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Gary McCallister

3 Halloween stars don’t stand up to scrutiny

I feel it’s important to note that most of the Halloween myth makes no scientific sense. Ghosts can’t walk through walls. It isn’t the passing through walls that is the ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Oct. 24, 2010

Class. Class! Class!? Now that I have your attention, it’s time to close your textbooks and take out a pen and paper. Don’t panic. This is an easy assignment. Joseph Tourtellot ...


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Sherida Warner

On the whole, fabric art pieces sensational

Patchwork be darned; these women decided to make fabric art pieces from whole cloth. No cutting into small pieces,  then sewing them together in the traditional methods of quilt ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Lilac plants

Years ago, I transplanted about 10 lilac plants from the sandhills of eastern Colorado. Around late August, they all turned brown around the edge of the leaves and then the leaves died. But ...


Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Shawn Mullins perseveres to cast off the one-hit wonder label

I really like Shawn Mullins’ new CD “Light You Up” and it’s only been out for a week. Mullins is, in my opinion, one of the best and most interesting singer/songwriters ...


Steve Beauregard

Stop the burning itch of cam-pain ads

The other night I came up with a brilliant campaign strategy. Granted, I was drinking heavily at the time, but it still sounded reasonable the next day, so hear me out. We’ll have a ...


Dixie Burmeister

Boo! Here’s plenty of pumpkin for you

Boo! To you! Yes, my favorite time of year is here. As I write this, I am totally stuffed with pumpkin stuff. I experimented with one of my favorite Halloween recipes; Libby’s ...


Gary McCallister

Complex problems often have simple solutions

I watched the bird flock sweep across the sky. Suddenly they veered left in unison, as suddenly darted to the right, and then swooped downward toward the ground only to rise upward and circle ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Oct. 17, 2010

You have to give credit to the chrysanthemum for waiting until autumn to add its brilliant color to the changing palette of the season. The deep maroons, sunny yellows and fiery rusts in the ...


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 ...


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