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Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Response big to all-time favorite local bands

In my last column, I gave a brief recollection of local bands from the 1970s to the present, and then I asked you to let me know who your favorite local band is. I had no idea that I would get ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Teams, fans deserve better from the NFL

Monday night’s fiasco at the end of the Seattle-Green Bay National Football League game might be the straw that breaks the camel’s back. The ball is up in the air on the Hail Mary ...


Rick Jussel

It’s time for Broncos to be beasts

If the Denver Broncos are again to be relevant in the National Football League playoffs on a regular basis, they are going to have to again become beasts at home. That’s what John Elway ...


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Sherida Warner

Quilt trail leads to structures in Mesa County

It may be too late to close the proverbial barn door now that the American Quilt Barn Trail has made its way into Mesa County. Barns that display large, colorful quilt patterns painted on ...


Erin McIntyre

Parade of Homes a chance to play MASH

Now I know why I never participated in the Parade of Homes. I’m suffering from a severe case of house envy, and I have only myself to blame. Apparently, I have champagne taste and a beer ...


Dennis Hill

What to do with an apricot sprout to prepare for coming winter?

I have been nursing an apricot sprout that came from my compost. I know it was from my neighbor’s wonderful, huge old tree. It almost died out over the winter, but came back this summer ...


Dennis Hill

Hang in there: Plants can struggle when they’re young

I’m stumped. I have a house in Whitewater. I looked up recommended climbing roses for this area and CSU Extension indicated Altissimo and Don Juan. Excellent, two of my favorites. So I ...


Erin McIntyre

Canning preserves my memories of mom

I come from hardy stock, pioneers who didn’t have much and wasted little. Survivors. My mother’s mother saved aluminum foil and plastic bags, washing them after each use until they ...


Tess Furey

Tess on the Town: Robust taste? Try torta ahogada

Torta ahogada (drowned sandwich in Spanish) is a favorite dish in the streets, stadiums and bodegas of Guadalajara, and the whole of Jalisco, Mexico. It is filled with spicy pulled pork, ham, ...


David Goe

On the Goe: Some music, politicians don’t mix

Nothing makes me happier during the political season than seeing candidates publicly humiliated. After nauseating months of political posturing, aka hypocritical half-truths and bold-faced ...


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