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Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Mystery plant, paulownia trees

I have a plant I potted that I need help identifying. It grows like a reed with dark green stems that are hollow in the middle. The stems are kind of three sided and topped with a thick cluster ...

Rock Cesario

Raul Malo covers a lot of ground in ‘Saints and Sinners’ CD

Raul Malo has a brand new CD out for our enjoyment. It is called “Saints and Sinners” and it is another of my new favorites. Malo, who gained fame with his outstanding band the ...

Tess Furey

Sly fox spirit alive and well in Palisade bistro Inari’s

Inari, in both Shinto and Buddhist beliefs, is a fox spirit, a messenger between the earth and heaven. It is said in Japan to be the deity for rice and patron of prosperity for farmers and ...

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Kathy Jordan

Moyer’s generosity also his downfall

Although William Moyer wasn’t a character in one of Horatio Alger’s “rags to riches” stories, the longtime Grand Junction businessman and leader had as colorful a story ...

Dave Buchanan

Allow wine to help bridge gap between summer and winter

These early fall mornings, crisp as biting into a Gala apple, remind me that all is not Sauvignon Blanc. Sauvignon Blanc is my go-to summer wine, especially the minerally, bright-acid wines ...

Steve Beauregard

An Early Good Morning to You Today, America

Channel surfing the morning network news shows: *Click* Host: Hello, and welcome to The Good Morning America Early Today Show. I’m your white, middle-aged, nonthreatening-looking host, ...

Gary McCallister

Answers can be found under rocks—and scurrying around at 2 a.m.

I used to trap mosquitoes. Some people think that sounds strange. We set our traps to catch adult mosquitoes so we could count how many mosquitoes were out, what kinds, and where they were. ...

Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Watering in the fall

Earlier in the season, I was advised that we should be watering our lawn/trees two times a week for 45 minutes, which was very good advice. Now that fall is here, how should we scale down our ...

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Kathy Jordan

Death of man in 1938 part of string of unsolved crimes

Early on the cold morning of Jan. 4, 1938, Grand Junction police officers discovered the car of Arthur Beardsley on the old Main Street bridge that went over the Colorado River, out to the ...

Tess Furey

Daring to order from the ‘what’s-that?’ portion of some Grand Valley menus

Offal or awful? After years of looking at Mexican restaurant menus, my curiosity got the best of me. What exactly are the tacos with lengua, cabeza or buche, and why do most Anglos find them ...

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