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Rick Jussel

Third down the only tarnish on golden start

We witnessed the second coming of Peyton Manning. And it was good. The Denver Broncos earned a hard-fought 31-19 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in a game that, cliché in hand, was ...


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Sherida Warner

‘Walk in the Woods’ theme lets artists branch out

If you’re walking in the woods this time of year, no doubt it’s the lemon sheen of Colorado’s quivering aspens that enthralls you. Nature’s seasonal show eventually ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Sept. 16, 2012

Summer’s drawing to a close, and the final ANB Bank Farmers Market of the season happens this Thursday on downtown Main Street. While it might be common to see women browsing the market ...


Steve Beauregard

Football is back: a view from the belchers, er, bleachers

I’m aware there was life before the invention of football. I just can’t imagine it being any good. I don’t know what people did in, say, the 1300s, when you didn’t have ...


Rick Jussel

Tough test awaits Broncos in Atlanta

Bits ‘n’ pieces: ■ You can continue to revel in the Broncos’ win over Pittsburgh for another few days, but then it’s back to reality and the next tough task at ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Broncos should start Manning era with win over beat-up Steelers

You’ll remember the last time the Pittsburgh Steelers visited the Denver Broncos. It was just one more chapter in the book that made Tim Tebow a household name — a first-round NFL ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Sept. 9, 2012

Mmmm. The smell of barbecue is still in lingering in the air, hours after the Colorado Pork and Hops barbecue competition and festival has ended. There’s no doubt we like our food and ...


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Sherida Warner

Scent of quilting overpowers nose for numbers

Laura Pedge may have a head for numbers, but her fingers gave up calculator keys for needles and threads. This rural Grand Junction resident took her first quilt class in 2005, soon decided to ...


Tom and Tara Suplizio

Take confusion out of pet food labels

As a follow up to an earlier article on pet obesity, I want to discuss pet food labels to help you make an informed decision when you shop. How do you know if the food you buy is any good or ...


David Goe

On the Goe: Great expectations for new music

Intelligence. Beauty. Ambition. Style. Substance. Honesty. When I’m on the hunt for new music, these are the six traits I look for. It’s the difference between me purchasing an ...


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