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Rock Cesario

In keeping with the season, here’s a sampling of my politics

Are you tired of all of the political ads yet? I sure am, and I know that a lot of those in the local media are as well. Don’t get me wrong, they like to have those ads for the revenue ...


Tess Furey

Mondo vino, good for what ails you

Physical therapist Mike Chariton has devised a little therapy of his own. Just over two years ago he opened his own specialty wine shop, Planet Wines, and now he’s doing what he ...


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Kathy Jordan

Mesa summer theater a boon to tourism

With a grandfather who ran a medicine show and a father who worked in a Charleston, W.Va., opera house, it seems inevitable that William S. “Bill” Robinson would end up in show ...


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Dave Buchanan

Hybrid grapes stayed strong through last winter’s frosts

HOTCHKISS — One of the last bright-fall days of October was spent harvesting Chambourcin grapes at Leroux Creek Vineyards near Hotchkiss. Or near Austin, depending whether you drove in ...


Steve Beauregard

This year’s treat? Trick-or-meat

You don’t have to glance at the calendar to know the scary day is quickly approaching: There’s the sight of frightening-looking freaks everywhere, people dressing up and pretending ...


Gary McCallister

3 Halloween stars don’t stand up to scrutiny

I feel it’s important to note that most of the Halloween myth makes no scientific sense. Ghosts can’t walk through walls. It isn’t the passing through walls that is the ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Oct. 24, 2010

Class. Class! Class!? Now that I have your attention, it’s time to close your textbooks and take out a pen and paper. Don’t panic. This is an easy assignment. Joseph Tourtellot ...


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Sherida Warner

On the whole, fabric art pieces sensational

Patchwork be darned; these women decided to make fabric art pieces from whole cloth. No cutting into small pieces,  then sewing them together in the traditional methods of quilt ...


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Kathy Jordan

Cameo: An isolated coal-mining town

Cameo pioneer Isabel McCall Thomas described the company coal-mining hamlet across the Colorado River in the De Beque Canyon as being a “a vast nothingness” when she stepped off the ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Lilac plants

Years ago, I transplanted about 10 lilac plants from the sandhills of eastern Colorado. Around late August, they all turned brown around the edge of the leaves and then the leaves died. But ...


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