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Sherida Warner

Slow down: Speed can spoil quilter’s journey

Never compromise quality for speed. It’s a mantra I struggle with when it comes to quilting. Knowing I’ll never accomplish all the fabric projects — large, small and in ...


Steve Beauregard

From A to Zzzzz: a review of the Olympic opening cere-monotony

Every four years I look forward to the 3 1/2-hour-long Summer Olympics opening ceremony, as it — at least for one night — both unites the world and saves me from having to take an ...


Rick Jussel

Don’t bet on Rox; let it ride on the Broncos

Bits ‘n’ pieces ... ■ I recently took to the road in search of the Holy Grail, or easy money, whichever came first. I found neither. Unearthed, however, was maybe the most ...


David Goe

On the Goe: Underground music showcase provides framework for GJ event

Following the coverage of last week’s Underground Music Showcase in Denver made me a little envious. Four days of live music, most of it from local bands, at dozens of clubs and music ...


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Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Fabric jewelry

It’s no secret that the best things in life are handmade, especially jewelry. You don’t have to be a jeweler to make interesting accessories. All you need is some fabric and a big ...


Steve Beauregard

Coupons save a pile of money on stuff you didn’t know you needed

Clipping coupons is a productive and enjoyable way to pay a lot less for things you never would have purchased in the first place. It’s also becoming popular in these tough economic ...


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Sherida Warner

Flower-laden quilt top pick at Mesa County Fair

This gardening season has been a dry and difficult one for many of us in the Grand Valley. But blistering temperatures and water shortages aside, some lush blossoms flowered inside the exhibit ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, July 22, 2012

Now where did I put it? I remembered storing the treasured book in a “safe” place several years ago, but I’d already scoured closet shelves, drawers and other areas, looking ...


Dennis Hill

The seven principles of xeriscaping

There’s been a lot of news and talk about the dry year we’re having and saving water. It seems like I’m hearing different recommendations from everyone and I’m getting ...


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Erin McIntyre

Watch sunflowers thrive in our well-suited climate

When I think of sunflowers, I think of ants. Baseball (the seeds). Van Gogh. Meadowlarks. And Tuscany. The first time I saw a field of bobbing-headed sunflowers and realized they weren’t ...


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