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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, July 18, 2010

Is it hot enough for you? Today’s Your Town is brought to by the letter T, as in iced-cold with a squeeze of lemon while lounging in front of the blasting air conditioner. It helps if ...


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Sherida Warner

Quilters make their case for pillow charities

Among many quilters’ circles lately, conversation turns to pillow talk. Not so much about sweet nothings whispered between sweethearts in bed, but about the fabric slipcoverings for ...


Gary McCallister

Babies’ neurons firing on all cylinders

I just returned from meeting my newest granddaughter, 3 weeks old. Babies don’t know anything. Prior to birth their whole lives have been wet, warm, quiet, almost weightless and dark. ...


Rock Cesario

Two underappreciated singer/songwriters have good new CDs

Two of my favorite new releases of this summer are Jimmy Webb’s “Just Across the River” and “Patch of Blue Sky” from Kevin Welch. Webb was, in my opinion, one of ...


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Kathy Jordan

Westwater cattlewoman rode with the Wild Bunch

The country in eastern Utah around Westwater is rugged and not for the faint of heart. But it was not too rugged for Florence Harris Fuller, who became a legend as one of the best-known and ...


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Annie Payne

Tips for enjoying the rest of summer

July 4 marks the peak of summer. From there, it’s just a hot, slow descent to the first day of school. I can’t let the summer slip away without offering some tips to make it a ...


Dave Buchanan

Light reds, whites best for summertime refreshment

What wine are you drinking this summer? With temperatures in the Grand Valley soaring and early forecasts calling for near triple-digit temperatures, the heavyweight reds are going to stay ...


Steve Beauregard

Summertime means grills gone wild

Even our senses can verify that the summer outdoor grilling season is in full swing: There’s the sight of a thick, juicy steak sizzling on the grill, the smell of delicious barbecue ...


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Kathy Jordan

Grand Junction pioneer contractor’s work still stands all around us

When John J. Lumsden and his partner, J.H. Ackerman, came to Grand Junction from Colorado Springs in 1883, there were no buildings on Main Street and only a few tents housing businesses on ...


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Sherida Warner

Utah quilter leads ‘most interesting’ life

A popular beer commercial airing on television these days touts the exploits of the “world’s most interesting man.” Well, I have a nominee for the world’s most ...


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