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Rick Jussel

Jussel: Lack of stars doesn’t mean Nuggets can’t win in NBA

Because every step taken and every throw made by a certain Hall of Fame-bound quarterback has been so thoroughly chronicled and because ineptitude by a certain baseball team has been impossible ...

Steve Beauregard

Turning off ‘Cinderella’ is slipper-y slope

It’s movie night, and the request is for “Cinderella.” Why not?” I grumble to myself. We may have missed something during the first 57 viewings. So a recap of the Disney ...

Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Cozy sweater

The one way to describe the plethora of sweaters this fall: granny chic. Far from frumpy, this season’s sweater crop will keep you looking cool but feeling toasty warm. The most popular ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Oct. 14, 2012

This time of year my email inbox fills rapidly with requests to inform readers about warm clothing drives, food drives and donations for various charities. Soon, various toy drives will be ...

Tom and Tara Suplizio

Boo! Holiday sweets aren’t so sweet for pets

Halloween excitement is nearing and the kids are making their costume plans. Thinking about this, I realized that veterinarians see holidays in a different light than most people. While there ...

Dave Buchanan

Low-moisture grapes darker in color, more intense in flavor

PAONIA — As you might expect, given the time of year, a crystal-bright October morning found winemaker Eames Peterson and his son (and assistant winemaker) Devon working industriously in ...

Sherida Warner

Tornado season adds to whirlwind tour of museum

I knew my visit to the International Quilt Study Center and Museum in Lincoln, Neb., would be memorable, but I never expected the high-pitched “whooop, whooop, whooping” of its ...

Dennis Hill

Leaving dahlia bulbs in ground late into season key for success

When should I dig my dahlia bulbs, and how can they be safely stored throughout the winter? — Ila The longer your dahlias are in the ground curing, the more fully developed the tubers ...

Erin McIntyre

Tearing down garden tough, therapeutic

I might have jumped the gun a little on cleaning up my garden. I just couldn’t stand to look at the droopy, lifeless former jungle, emaciated after the hard frost. In a way, tearing down ...

Tess Furey

Tess on the Town: Get your roasted peppers

If you want to get fresh-from-the-field roasted chiles this season, you better start hustling. Temperatures are flirting with freezing, and the local crops won’t last much longer. Of ...

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