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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Nov. 4, 2012

This week, and in the weeks to come, the Your Town column will be heavily laden with bullets. No, I’m not referring to the bullets that make an impact during hunting season, and I ...

Sherida Warner

Old church a blessing for quilt aficionados

When does our devotion to quilting become a religious experience? It happened for me when I walked into a quaint quilt shop housed in a former Lutheran church in Newton, Iowa, about 30 miles ...

Tess Furey

Tess on the Town: Cookbook satisfies cravings

My editor ran across a book a few weeks ago that combined two of my favorite things: literature and food. Have you ever read a book and imagined the taste of the food described? Consider ...

Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Chevron

It’s no secret that stripes are a must-have pattern this year. Even more popular, though, is the chevron stripe, an inverted V shape. It is fresh, eye-catching and best of all, ...

Rick Jussel

Playoffs: Denver vs. Dolphins?

Bits ‘n’ pieces: ■ Tell me you saw this coming: If the National Football League playoffs were to start today, the Denver Broncos would be the fourth seed in the AFC and would ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Oct. 28, 2012

Souptober. That’s what this month should be called. There’s something about the seasonal temperatures that begs for a steaming bowl of warm broth, spicy chili, or a concoction of ...

Rick Jussel

Quick start will be key to outscoring New Orleans

This one might make Woody Hayes turn over in his grave. Three yards and a cloud of dust? Perish the thought. Why waste time trying to gain a few yards via Pony Express when we can advance the ...

Sherida Warner

Fabric cookies a real treat for Halloween, other holidays

When it comes to confections, old-fashioned sugar cookies with icing are one of my faves. A plate full of them caught my eye the moment I walked into Inspirations Quilt Shop in Fort Morgan. It ...

Erin McIntyre

Boo! Plenty of cool Halloween decorations

One of my most vivid memories of trick-or-treating as a child is a dinner for the dead at Dr. Orr’s old house on Aspen Avenue in Fruita. Mrs. Orr decorated her front room with the scene, ...

Dennis Hill

Nut trees can thrive in valley

We are thinking of adding a few nut trees. We understand that walnuts, pecans and pistachios will grow here in the valley. Do you know if that is factual? Any information would be ...

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