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Steve Beauregard

Need advice? Ask the holiday expert

It’s that time of year when the Holiday Expert takes time out from his busy schedule of surfing the Internet for naked pictures of Angelina Jolie to answer your holiday-related ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Ash tree disease

I’m wondering if I should I invest in an ash tree with the ash tree disease I have read about? What can you tell me about them? — Thank you, Laura I think maybe what you’ve ...


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Sherida Warner

Folk art carvings honor quilting roots

Unmistakable in their style, the folk art figurines of sculptor and painter Jim Shore pay tribute to his roots. The artist grew up in South Carolina, where his grandmother, a master quilter, ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Dec. 12, 2010

What’s your favorite activity during the Christmas season? Is it stringing the lights on the tree or seeing the twinkling homes around the neighborhood? Baking cookies and decorating ...


Gary McCallister

It’s a bird ... it’s a plane ... it’s a super snowstorm

Here in Colorado, we have all watched a rainstorm across the street leave us completely dry. It can rain heavily in one part of the valley, but not in another. Like my dad always said, ...


Tess Furey

Grand Junction a prime rib kinda town

On Christmas Day, most Americans feast on ham, roast beef or, yet again, on turkey (yawn). The two birds the president pardoned from a “shellacking” — Apple and Cider — ...


Rock Cesario

Texas musician’s ‘Marathon’ CD demonstrates his early talents

I caught up with legendary Texas singer-songwriter Darden Smith this past week and talked with him about his new CD, “Marathon,” which was released in October and is available ...


Steve Beauregard

When summoned, stick with your convictions

The square, blue piece of mail arrived in November. You’ve probably gotten your share of them over the years: JURY SUMMONS. I arrive early at the crowded third floor room at the Mesa ...


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Annie Payne

Annie Payne: The more the merrier

A year ago I wrote a story titled, “What does your Christmas tree say about you?” The column brought me instant fame and glory ... in Manitoba, Canada. It also acquainted me with ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Schefflera plants, mugo pines

I have a schefflera houseplant that has been growing in low light and has only a few branches that are stretched out. I would prefer to have a fuller-looking plant. I have read that you can ...


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