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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Dec. 5, 2010

The needs are many — a family with three or four children who lost everything in a fire; a mom and her toddler, just coming out of a domestic violence relationship and needing everything ...


Gary McCallister

The true cost of Christmas indulgence

Scientists routinely come up with new ideas for products, procedures and technologies. But they almost never acknowledge the true costs. Of course they calculate prices, the price being what ...


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Kathy Jordan

Grand Junction’s first newspaper chronicled a booming town

There is no better way to catch the excitement of the rapidly growing infant Western town of Grand Junction than from its newspaper. And the Grand Junction News, the first newspaper in Grand ...


Steve Beauregard

Down to the wires: installing your flat-scream television set

Remember when getting a TV was a big deal? You’d save for one, or make monthly payments, or wait for a wealthy relative to pass away and give you theirs. Then the big day would arrive ...


Dixie Burmeister

Recipes tap pomegranate benefit, taste uniqueness

Since my stuffing/dressing column, I learned Southerners also call dressing stuffing and Northerners have dressing and stuffing recipes. Judging the reactions of my readers, this issue ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Nov. 28, 2010

Earlier this month my husband and I joined other family members in assisting my father-in-law during doctor appointments at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Denver. Everywhere my ...


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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 ...


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