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Sherida Warner

Pushing her own buttons easy for fabric artist

If you think buttons are useless without buttonholes, you’re not thinking the way quilt artist Virginia Robertson does. She’s worked in the fabric industry for 30 years, and one of ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, April 11, 2010

There is a correct way to prune roses and it’s certainly not the way I do it. When my young sons were in needed of a haircut, I’d gather up the do-it-yourself clipper set, drape ...


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Kathy Jordan

Three murders in 2 years prompted public outcry

This is the second in a series about a web of violence and vice in Grand Junction, or as some called it, “Little Chicago,” that came to a head in the late 1930s with the formation ...


Tess Furey

Il Bistro Italiano not your grand papa’s restaurant

Don’t expect to hear Frankie Sinatra crooning “Fly Me to the Moon” over the sound system. Or a cave-like room decorated in red and black. No dusty Chianti bottles. No ...


Steve Beauregard

Fast food makes for slow people

Restaurant food portions are getting out of control. It’s getting to the point where one of these oversized, calorie-infested plates of excess cholesterol is going to wind up killing some ...


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Kathy Jordan

‘Barbary Coast’ was early crime neighborhood of GJ

The is the first in a series about a web of violence and vice in Grand Junction, or as some called it, “Little Chicago,” that came to a head in the late 1930s with the formation of ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, April 4, 2010

The Easter Bunny stopped by with a large festive basket that was overflowing with scrumptious, low-calorie and fat-free community news, and I thought I’d share some it with you. Happy ...


040410 2c The Quilt Show
Sherida Warner

Quilt show depicted in cloth mesmerizes viewers

As quilters, we enjoy nothing quite so much as admiring fellow stitchers’ entries in quilt shows, large and small. We look forward to such events, even planning family trips around them ...


Annie Payne

The mysteries of Easter

Christmas is the most anticipated holiday, Valentine’s Day is the most romantic, and Easter is the most mysterious. Easter is shrouded in questions, some of them have answers, some of ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Honeysuckle, daffodils and spruce

We have three honeysuckle vines that are about 20 years old. They are getting very leggy and spindly. I’ve tried pruning, but that only makes the tops bushier. Can I cut them way back ...


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