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Sherida Warner

Fictional Elm Creek Manor comes to life

Fictional characters often can become bigger than life. Think of Scarlett O’Hara in “Gone With the Wind,” poor orphaned Oliver in “Oliver Twist” and J.K. ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Feb. 28, 2010

Hope. Very soon, tulip, daffodil and crocus plants will emerge from the ground, offering a hope of spring. The American Cancer Society Daffodil Days are March 15-20, a symbol of hope that ...


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Steve Beauregard

Canucks in an Olympic muck

Well it’s been a wildly successful Winter Olympic games thus far, except for perhaps that one teeny-weeny little error that occurred when the International Olympic Committee decided to ...


Dave Buchanan

Two Colorado vintners bag invitations to Paris tasting

It might not have the lasting impacts of the first Judgment in Paris, but two Colorado wineries are headed to France next week in what might the longest trip any local winery has taken to show ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Feb. 21, 2010

It’s probably best that we stop talking about the winter weather. If you ignore it — like the pesky door-to-door salesman — it will go away, right? There are a few things we ...


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Sherida Warner

Quilting helps Iraq war veteran heal wounds

Army veteran Juliet Madsen stitches fabric these days, but not long ago she was in Iraq, stitching together wounded soldiers, prisoners, even civilians. As a paramedic traveling with the 82nd ...


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Annie Payne

His, hers, ours

Thirteen years ago tomorrow, on a beautiful warm day in San Diego, Secret Agent Man and I joined our lives as husband and wife. Every day since, we have marched lock-step together on our ...


Dennis Hill

‘Rogue’ roses, and other reader questions

I really enjoy your column in The Daily Sentinel. I have been having trouble with my roses “going rogue” on me. After a couple of years, small branches with small leaves start ...


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Sherida Warner

Men flex their quilting muscles

Women far outnumber quilters and fiber artists who happen to be men, but it’s only fair that this small segment of talented fellows be given their “props” from time to ...


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Kathy Jordan

Former toll road now a trail in the monument

The Gordon Ferry and Toll Road to Pinon Mesa wasn’t a superhighway in its day. In fact, it was said to be an extremely rough road. Nor was it the only access to Pinon Mesa. Some other ...


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