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Steve Beauregard

A visitors’ guide to Grand Junction roads

It’s always interesting when your out-of-town guests — arriving in Grand Junction for the first time — call you from their cell phone, asking for directions: Visitor: Hi! ...

Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Xeriscaping, butterfly bushes

We are in the process of xeriscaping our 1-acre property with red shale, gravel, pea gravel and trail mix. The backyard faces west and behind our 130-foot fence is approximately 10 feet of ...

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Sherida Warner

Fabric yo-yos go UP, down in popularity

I’ve always liked yo-yos. I don’t mean the wooden ones that do “walk the dog” tricks. I didn’t play with them as a kid, mostly because I never understood the ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Aug. 29, 2010

Reunions, picnics and open houses — oh my. The cooler weather of September makes the perfect setting for outdoor social events. I have received a plethora of notices and reminders ...

Gary McCallister

Variety the spice of life when it comes to honey

I had honey on my toast this morning. It wasn’t just any honey. Mine was made by my own bees that live in my backyard. This was my early honey, taken back in June of last year. It is ...

Annie Payne

Jump back into school using the (safety) Net

Whether you couldn’t wait for school to start or you wanted summer to linger longer, the new school year has begun. Here are a few websites to help your family jump in with both ...

Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Q&A with singer/songwriter Jimmy LaFave, who’ll be here Sept. 4

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Jimmy LaFave, who will perform at the Roper Ballroom on Saturday, Sept. 4. Through this interview, I was better able to get to know this ...

Tess Furey

Dining out: Peach is king these days in area restaurant kitchens

Everything is coming up peaches. With the Palisade peach harvest in full bloom, restaurants are grabbing bushels while the grabbing is good. Menus around the Grand Valley are flush with peach ...

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Kathy Jordan

‘Horsey set’ frequented Orchard Mesa stable

In the 1920s through the 1940s, Grand Junction’s elite “horsey set” had its own riding stables — Sunny Knoll. The horse ranch was owned by the Biggs and Kurtz families, ...

Dave Buchanan

Wine tasting at guv’s mansion to include Colo. contest winners

If you’re headed to Denver today and have the evening free, you might grab the last $50 in your wallet and head over to the Governor’s Residence at the Boettcher Mansion, 400 East ...

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