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Dixie Burmeister

Fall into seasonal recipes

Ahh, consider the beautiful fall colors: the rich deep oranges of butternut squash, pumpkins and yams; the pear shades of red, gold and greens; and the rich browns of ... pot roast, potatoes, ...


Steve Beauregard

Aliens, welcome to Earth. No, we can’t explain Lady Gaga

If it bothers you that 600 million America taxpayer dollars are given to the United Nations each year, please know that your money is being spent on only the most vital and necessary programs, ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Dividing spring, summer perennials

I have two huge whirling butterfly plants and two lavenders that I need to either move or divide before next year. How and when should this be done? — Carolyn Late September through ...


Gary McCallister

The world can be as simple or complex as you think it is

Physicists tell us that energy tends to become more random and disorderly. This increasing randomness is called entropy. The second law of thermodynamics deals specifically with energy. But ...


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Sherida Warner

Life is just a bowl of thimbleberries

I can’t fathom the quilting industry over the past two decades without Lynette Jensen of Thimbleberries fame. Dare I compare her influence to that of Oprah’s on daytime TV?   ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Oct. 3, 2010

With local Oktoberfest activities behind us, it’s time to ship the dirndl (dress) and lederhosen (shorts) to the cleaners and find room in the closet for the oversized alpine horn. If ...


Annie Payne

Fall is perfect time to revisit your home’s wardrobe

Fall is my favorite time of year. I love pulling my sweaters and jackets out of storage and giving my wardrobe a fresh new look. The change of the seasons also is the perfect time to take ...


Rock Cesario

KAFM winding down fall fund drive and needs your support

There is an incredible resource here in the Grand Valley that not everybody knows about. In my opinion, it is taken for granted at times. Right now, it could use our help. KAFM Community ...


Tess Furey

If you’re on Grand Mesa, don’t leaf Mesa Lakes Lodge unvisited

If you’re leaf-peeping this weekend on Grand Mesa, you might run into a rustic little place called the Mesa Lakes Lodge. That’s assuming you take lots of twisty roads and right ...


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Kathy Jordan

Kids paid 5 pounds of rags for an airplane ride

Dr. Robert “Bob” Rigg, a Mesa County native, ophthalmologist and flying enthusiast, grew up in the 1930s and 1940s, along with western Colorado’s developing flight ...


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