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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Feb. 6, 2011

I look forward to Super Bowl Sunday and its feast more and more each year. Today’s menu features a simmering crock pot of chili, nacho chips with two different homemade salsas, sizzling ...


Gary McCallister

Regional science fair can be springboard to scientific career

They say diamonds are a girl’s best friend. I once gave my wife a beautiful Brazilian beetle embedded in plastic. I think she might have preferred a diamond. She apparently didn’t ...


Tess Furey

Taste of the Grand Valley all about grazing

It’s the ultimate in grazing. Even if you only have a few bites and sips at every booth, nobody walks away with an empty belly. With 28 restaurants preparing food and drinks, this ...


Rock Cesario

My favorite band? You can ask, but ...

Who is your favorite band? That is a question I have been asked a lot in my 22-plus years at Triple Play Records. If I had a dollar for every time ... well, let’s just say I have been ...


Dixie Burmeister

Satisfy your snack hunger with recipes from Coca-Cola

As the big day approaches, is there more talk about the game or what will be served before, during and after the game? Super Bowl Sunday is one of the biggest snack food days of the year, and ...


Steve Beauregard

Parting shots—and a fond farewell—in this final column

One day when I was speaking to a third grade class, a little girl asked, “How long does it take to write a column?” “About a six-pack,” I told her. “Maybe a Jack ...


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Sherida Warner

Give a hand to practitioners of needle arts

Last week, I wrote about the popularity of computerized machine embroidery. I’m on the opposite end of the spectrum today — preserving and practicing the art of hand embroidery in ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Jan. 30, 2011

For six years of my childhood I lived in Silverton, and during that time my dad was the sole representative of the power company. Among other projects, he had the task of walking from house to ...


Gary McCallister

Taking the measure of a man — or a clod of dirt

I used to help my grandfather in his garden, at least until he got tired of my help and sent me home. In the garden he had a screened, wooden frame with quarter-inch mesh wire on it. Every day ...


Tess Furey

Terrible towels, cheeseheads and pub grub

I’m taking sides. I don’t know which side yet, but watching the Super Bowl without a team is no fun. With the Broncos out — way out — I don’t care in a serious ...


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