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Dixie Burmeister

Here’s a family favorite for Cinco de Mayo

As my husband, Fred, was watching “Iron Chef” the other night,  the secret ingredient — chocolate — prompted the question, “who eats chocolate in main ...


Steve Beauregard

Beware of fans bearing e-mail pitchforks

One of the unpleasant realities of writing a newspaper column is that you occasionally have to interact with other human beings. Having your personal e-mail address published each week means ...


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Kathy Jordan

‘Robin Hood’ of Telluride lived quietly in GJ

This is fifth and final 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 ...


Dave Buchanan

Wineries unsure of year’s crop

Unruly stems shoot off in multiple directions, like lightning trapped in the veins of a plant. Normally, by this time grapevines are close-cropped and orderly, simply awaiting the hot days of ...


Steve Beauregard

Freedom is overrated — and flavorful

After a recent whirlwind international vacation, I could tell I was back on easygoing, laid-back American soil when my mother-in-law — a woman in her 60s with three grandkids — got ...


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Sherida Warner

Many set sights on Denver quilt festival

They’re not interested in fighting old battles, but members of the Mason Dixon Quilt Professionals Network look to serve as a valuable resource to quilters as they march to their own ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, April 25, 2010

The annual Spring Cleanup Program for city of Grand Junction neighborhoods begins this week. Homes on the north side of North Avenue will have trucks picking up piles beginning Monday and ...


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Kathy Jordan

Trio of robbers arrested, convicted of 1938 murder

This is fourth 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 a ...


Dixie Burmeister

All around, rumblings of ‘tomato thing’ can be heard

“It” started a few weeks ago as I was saying goodbye to my dentist. With my sparkling clean smile and clean bill of dental health, he wished me good luck. With what? Good luck ...


Steve Beauregard

Life observations from Panama Canal

SOMEWHERE OFF THE COAST OF BAJA,  MEXICO — Greetings from the MS Maasdam, where it’s the final night of our 14-day Panama Canal cruise. I’m on deck 6, staring at yet ...


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