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Gary McCallister

It’s cool to learn more about the sun

It’s sure hot! I haven’t seen any evidence that the sun is cooling down, although I am told that it is only a matter of time before it burns out. How long that will take depends on ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: White moths, sumac shrubs

I noticed small white moths in my lawn and some type of spider webs. Is there anything I can do about them? — Catherine Those small white moths are usually the adult form of sod ...


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Kathy Jordan

Texans had big plans with rotating Sun Building

When two Texas oil and uranium men, Lucien Cullen and Wellborn Foreman, unveiled their concept of a $7.4 million Energy Center in 1954, they were 56 years ahead of their time. Their 1954 ...


Rock Cesario

American dream can be lived if you add hard work to the mix

I often have been asked how I know so much about music. Well, music has been my “job” for more than 22 years. More importantly, music has been my life for well over 40 years, ...


Steve Beauregard

Show off your unintentional fashion style

Forget about the economy or the Gulf oil spill, we have a greater challenge to tackle — namely, getting men to wear their baseball hats normally. It was several years ago when you first ...


Dixie Burmeister

Palisade-grown peaches secret to winning at annual contest

What is the secret to a prize-winning recipe in the Palisade Peach Recipe Contest? Ask the judges, contestants and those who enjoy the sample sales after judging, and they’ll tell you ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Aug. 1, 2010

One of the tasks assigned to me as the community news coordinator is the honor of putting some of life’s milestones in print. That includes babies being born at local hospitals and ...


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Kathy Jordan

Life in Calamity Camp had its ups and downs

For over one hundred years, the cliffs high above Gateway have been home to carnotite mining.  Carnotite is a radioactive mineral that contains the elements radium, vanadium, and ...


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Sherida Warner

Helping others natural pattern of behavior

Two weeks ago, I wrote about the popularity of pillowcases — specifically dresses made from pillowcases that are being sent to little girls in Africa through a program called Little ...


Annie Payne

Yard decorations reveal your true personality

What do your yard ornaments say about you? Perhaps you remember at Christmas time I revealed that I have a very rare talent. Some might call it a gift. Others, the more incredulous, call it a ...


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