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Sherida Warner

Molecular biologist turned textile artist sold on cells

When you look at Sue Benner’s textile art, you often see a larger-than-life version of cells that exist inside the human body. Her education as a molecular biologist manifests itself in ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 15, 2011

High school graduation season starts this week in Mesa County. Unlike allergy season, graduation season shouldn’t cause stuffy/runny noses or sneezing, but it does, however, tend to have ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Emerald queen maples, broadleaf removal

I have three emerald queen maples planted in a lawn now for three years. One of them showed signs of iron problems last year. Should I be adding iron, and what way would be best to apply ...


Gary McCallister

Explaining the elephant in the room, or rather, the river

It’s May and the river is up. My friend Greg Trainor is a river runner and knows a lot about water. I’m not exactly sure what a river runner is. Personally I can’t even walk ...


Tess Furey

Pollo Azado all about the bird (and beans and rice, too)

The options are chicken, rice and beans. Or, rice, beans and chicken. Not a lot of choices await you at the newly opened Pollo Azado. Except, whether you want a quarter, half or whole bird, ...


Rock Cesario

Troubadour Club in West L.A. played huge part of music history

I just finished watching a DVD titled “Troubadours: The Rise of the Singer Songwriter.” It was narrated mostly by James Taylor and Carole King but also featured Jackson Browne, ...


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Dave Buchanan

Wind machines help fight frost

The spring storm blowing through the Grand Valley early this week may keep grape growers out of the vineyards, but at least it won’t keep them awake. Consider yourself lucky if a week ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 8, 2011

Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers in the Grand Valley. In honor of your day, I hunted down a couple of quotes that I hope will warm your heart and make you smile. Taken from ...


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Sherida Warner

Addressing fondness for green at Gettysburg

My favorite color is green in all its glorious shades. After a visit last fall to historic Gettysburg, Pa., the grass of a Civil War cemetery haunts my memory. It was dappled with early ...


Gary McCallister

Trying to understand fractions is risky business

I’m not very good with fractions. Oh, I do all right with things like one-half, one-third or one-fourth. But as soon as it goes any further, I get a little confused. For example, can you ...


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