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Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Privacy fence, cedar mulch

I want to create a living privacy screen. Our house sits high, so we can look over a 6-foot fence. What I need is something that would work on the east side that gets full sun most of the day. ...


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Sherida Warner

Success no trouble for Kansas quilt designer

The now-famous Kansas Troubles quilt block immortalizes the bad times prior to the Civil War. Yet it‘s meant nothing but good times for a native of the Sunflower State, Lynne ...


Gary McCallister

Too many e-mails, phone calls bad for your health?

Did you know that researchers at Microsoft have observed that when most people begin to answer an e-mail, they hold their breath for just a split second? That’s not a big deal if you are ...


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Kathy Jordan

Roller dam, irrigation system took a while

Whether driving east or west on Interstate 70, a traveler can’t help but notice the magnificent roller dam spanning the Colorado River about eight miles upriver from Palisade. This ...


Rock Cesario

Sir Paul on top of his game at recent Pepsi Center performance

My sister and brother-in-law, my wife and I and several of my friends were all lucky to be some of the more than 19,000 folks at the Pepsi Center last Thursday night to take in the Paul ...


Dixie Burmeister

Old Weber grill great for brisket

As I write this, I’m contemplating the effects of an unplanned shower of Miracle Grow in the face and all over the hair. Those screw-on bottles of liquid for a sprayer tricked me into ...


Steve Beauregard

I don’t want to go with the Flo

One day when I was in fourth grade, I got into a fight with a kid named Greg. That night I tried telling my parents how much I hated him, but they wouldn’t have it.     ...


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Annie Payne

Annual review: Feng shui, new job, same great vacuum

I recently celebrated two years of writing for the Home & Garden pages and three years overall with The Daily Sentinel. I appreciate all the feedback I’ve received from my fellow ...


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 ...


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