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Rock Cesario

Heartfelt acts of kindness always come back to reward

When you do something good for someone and it comes from your heart, it will come back to you many times over. It is easier to give of yourself when you don’t feel obligated, and it is ...


Dixie Burmeister

New recipes from the Senior Fair

This column fulfills a Senior Fair promise to include the recipes for new ideas served at the event. And I hope you’re ready for another pumpkin recipe along with my new twist on a ...


Steve Beauregard

Seeking role model athletes? You don’t have to look too Favre

If you ask me, professional athletes get a bad rap. Sure, many of them ingest steroids, drive drunk and assault women (sometimes all in one day), but for the most part, they are decent, regular ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Oct. 31, 2010

I clearly remember the first horror movie I watched on television. I was 8 years old and my family had traveled on a summer vacation to visit friends in Arkansas. One night during our stay, ...


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Sherida Warner

Buckeye State barns sprout quilt blocks

Two staples of American life — farmers and quilters — planted a seed a few years ago that has resulted in a bountiful harvest of quilt barns. On a recent road trip through ...


Gary McCallister

The shocking news behind electricity

There’s electricity in the air. It’s mostly from electronic sensors that set off electrically generated blood-curdling screams and electric, flashing, blue lightning, shining on ...


Rock Cesario

In keeping with the season, here’s a sampling of my politics

Are you tired of all of the political ads yet? I sure am, and I know that a lot of those in the local media are as well. Don’t get me wrong, they like to have those ads for the revenue ...


Tess Furey

Mondo vino, good for what ails you

Physical therapist Mike Chariton has devised a little therapy of his own. Just over two years ago he opened his own specialty wine shop, Planet Wines, and now he’s doing what he ...


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Dave Buchanan

Hybrid grapes stayed strong through last winter’s frosts

HOTCHKISS — One of the last bright-fall days of October was spent harvesting Chambourcin grapes at Leroux Creek Vineyards near Hotchkiss. Or near Austin, depending whether you drove in ...


Steve Beauregard

This year’s treat? Trick-or-meat

You don’t have to glance at the calendar to know the scary day is quickly approaching: There’s the sight of frightening-looking freaks everywhere, people dressing up and pretending ...


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