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Sherida Warner

Museum opens doors to Reilly’s fabric life

History is on display at Vermont’s Bennington Museum, but I came away with a lasting impression of the work of a modern-day fabric artist. Judith Reilly of Brandon, Vt., shared space in ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Catalpa bunga tree, irrigation silt

I bought a catalpa bungei tree about five years ago and would like to try to control its size. I was told I could trim back all the branches in the spring about one-third of the way. Does ...


Gary McCallister

Wake up! Here’s some important news about yawning

Yawn. Nice nap? After Thanksgiving dinner, I mean. This holiday got me to wondering about why we yawn. And guess what? We don’t know. Yep, the whole yawning thing appears to be a big ...


Rock Cesario

Music of Hendrix, Springsteen make gifts you can’t go wrong with

When it comes to gift-giving, I prefer to give someone something that they can’t or won’t buy for themselves. Everyone in our family usually gets a jar of homemade salsa, a bottle ...


Tess Furey

Las Palmas has fare from ocean-bordering states in Mexico

There’s something you’ve got to like about a place that reminds you of the Baja or the Bay of Campeche. Sipping a margarita and eating seafood is especially sweet when the ...


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Kathy Jordan

Fairmount Hall built in 1922 as a meeting place

Fairmount Hall, that small building directly south of the Ale House on 12th Street, has been an important part of the Fairmount Community for 88 years. The idea for a meeting place for ...


Dave Buchanan

That special bottle, or box, of wine

Looking out the kitchen window, I realize the weather outside really is frightful. Which must mean it’s time to find that special bottle of wine for the holidays. Since there is no such ...


Steve Beauregard

Your guide to an eel-egant Thanksgiving

At last. We’ve been waiting for it for awhile now, and tomorrow it’s finally here. Yep, the Saints are taking on the Cowboys. It’s also Thanksgiving. A day when we gather ...


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Sherida Warner

Medical center quilt salutes women veterans

In what could be called a “band of sisters” at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Grand Junction, seven employees made it their mission to stitch together a quilt to honor women ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Hydrangeas in Rangely

How well do hydrangeas do in Rangely? Are they easy to care for? Will they last through the minus 20 below weather? My neighbor got one from a funeral and she planted it this summer in her ...


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