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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 ...


Gary McCallister

‘Please pass the myoglobin,’ or the science of Thanksgiving

Is turkey gravy a colloid or an emulsion? I’ve always wondered about that. But I only remember to think about it at Thanksgiving when I am too sleepy to think straight. Because turkey ...


Rock Cesario

Newest Springsteen release takes me back 32 years, and I’m glad

In the summer of 1978, I was a confused kid, a 20-year-old knucklehead working for the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad between college semesters. I was living in a four bedroom, two ...


Tess Furey

Food websites can be helpful, but use caution

Today’s Internet has been called a “cult of amateurs,” but who better to decide what we like and what we don’t like than “we the people.” In the realm of ...


Steve Beauregard

Splendor is cruising for a legal bruising

Every once in awhile you’ll hear about a group of average, ordinary people who, facing adversity, bravely unite in that “can do” spirit of survival and tackle their challenges ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Nov. 14, 2010

A rake in hand, a yard full of crunchy leaves and time spent remembering how you used to playfully romp through the piles instead of grudgingly rake them to the curb. Here’s to autumn ...


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Sherida Warner

Coloradans stitch prize winners in Hoffman challenge

When Colleen Harvey of Nederland set out to create her prize-winning quilt “Dragonfly Garden,” she plucked more than the usual tried-and-true cottons from her fabric stash. Of ...


Gary McCallister

Electron estimators filled with uncertainty

In response to a recent column on the electric company, I have been besieged by questions from readers wanting to know how to tell if they are being resold the same electrons as last month. ...


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Annie Payne

Daring to dine with color

I am the type of person that doesn’t need to be talked into color. I need to be talked out of it. If I had my way, it would look like Rainbow Brite painted my house. In our last home, I ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Jupiter’s Beard, Chinese trees

We have red Jupiter’s Beard growing in our backyard that has one white flower growing from a red one. After the flowers quit blooming I cut them back and they flowered again. My question ...


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