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Rock Cesario

What truly keeps a business going for 22 years

Last month on May 10 we started our 23rd year in this journey that is Triple Play Records. I don’t normally like to “blow my own horn” so to speak. In fact, some of the past ...


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Kathy Jordan

Volunteers have maintained Potter’s Field for 15 years

Third in a series on the history of local cemeteries. It is possible that the present Potter’s Field, located across the road from the U.S. Department of Energy Compound and north of the ...


Dixie Burmeister

Healthy recipes just in time for Relay for Life

June: What do I think of besides warmer weather to help those tomatoes really grow after this cold spring? I think of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, which has become a ...


Steve Beauregard

Tit for tat: Keep your ink to yourself

So you’ve recently gotten a tattoo, huh? Congratulations! You seem real proud of it, showing it to all of your co-workers, unsolicited and all. Thank you for that. I think I speak for ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Rose bushes

I have a question about rose bushes. What should I use to seal the end of a branch that I just cut back? I’ve heard of a lot of things to seal them with and have tried a lot of them but ...


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Annie Payne

Ay, Chihuahua: Making room for new family pet

I broke one of the cardinal rules of marriage. Don’t get a new pet while your spouse is out of town. But this little Chihuahua/mini-pincher literally walked right into my life. I was at ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 30, 2010

Are you looking for things to do on this extended, three-day Memorial Day weekend? Here are a few suggestions for enjoying the holiday and remembering the servicemen and women it honors. Walk ...


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Sherida Warner

Italian cathedral’s tile designs floor quilter

The inlaid tile designs in the floors of the Basilica of St. Mark in Venice astonished a quilter from Santa Barbara, Calif. While tourists around her craned their necks to marvel at the mosaic ...


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Kathy Jordan

High water tables ruined early cemetery

Second in a series on the history of local cemeteries. Cemeteries must have been a profitable business in the late 1890s, when Grand Junction was still a hamlet. Mesa County records show that ...


052810 History-Gravestone
Kathy Jordan

High water tables ruined early cemetery

Second in a series on the history of local cemeteries. Cemeteries must have been a profitable business in the late 1890s, when Grand Junction was still a hamlet. Mesa County records show that ...


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