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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, April 14, 2013

This time of year, our meal menus shift from the hearty comfort foods that previously warmed us from the inside-out, to lighter fare that is more compatible with the shift to outdoor activity ...


Dennis Hill

Winter drought can sometimes cause spruce trees to brown

I have four blue spruce that are about 25 years old, and one seems to be stressed. I water them several times a year and especially in late fall. One of my trees has browning needles that we ...


Erin McIntyre

A plan for attack on alien plants

Coming to a yard near you ... plants that can blister your skin with their milky sap, grab onto your car’s undercarriage, and even use human clothing for transportation. Don’t ...


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Sherida Warner

Quilt ambassador makes sure it plays in Paducah

The story of Meredith Schroeder and her connection to quilts is a real page-turner. From a publishing company she and her husband, Bill, started in 1974 was born the now-famous American ...


Erin McIntyre

Surviving the holiday on our diminished food pantry

I survived our first potluck of the season, using only the resources we have and strictly adhering to the Armageddon Pantry Challenge rules. I resisted the urge to go buy some deli salad, plop ...


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Sherida Warner

The Art of Quilting: Creative punch boosts artist in battle against disease

Garnet Hoover is a fighter and her gloves rarely come off. A fabric artist who lives in Clifton, her opponents are not of the human variety. She battles instead the constant, throbbing pain in ...


Rick Jussel

Broncos’ draft strategy is anyone’s guess

Feeling a draft? Yes, the National Football League draft — annually the most anticipated event of the year with the obvious exceptions of Black Friday, the Super Bowl and Groundhog Day ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, April 7, 2013

I offered to help my mom last fall in hauling a load of discarded items and hazardous waste to the landfill. In all the years she’s lived in the Grand Valley, she’d never been out ...


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Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Headbands

Bows, blooms and jewels can turn the classic headband into a fashion statement. This accessory is so versatile that it is a must-have for spring. It can be youthful or sophisticated depending ...


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David Goe

On the Goe: Elephant Revival melds genres and culture

Living in Colorado we are reminded every day of our cultural heritage. It’s in the names of our city streets, such as Chipeta and Ute avenues. Look at the towns that populate the ...


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