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Kathy Jordan

‘Painter of horses’ sought solace on Pinon Mesa

High on Pinon Mesa, tucked alongside a draw, surrounded by aspen and spruce trees and a carpet of mountain grass and wildflowers sits Harold Bryant’s cabin. Bryant, a local artist who ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, July 4, 2010

Happy Independence Day! This year more than ever, I have a great appreciation for what independence means to our country. Allen and I spent a week touring historic sites and memorials in ...


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Sherida Warner

Teacher to spell out ABC’s of creativity

If you’re like me and find yourself drifting at times toward the creatively challenged zone, don’t despair. I have a solution to beckon that wandering muse back to your artistic ...


Tess Furey

High-end restaurant opens at Gateway Canyons Resort

It might be considered a war of the chefs. Executive chef Larry Pirner, who cut his teeth in Manhattan before heading west, opened his premier new restaurant this week at Gateway Canyons ...


Steve Beauregard

‘Bring Daddy another beer’ and other phrases to teach your child

Every proud parent can be annoying at times, especially when they start unrealistically bragging about how their child is supposedly the smartest kid in the history of the world. In my case, ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Russian olive trees

We have a huge Russian olive tree in our backyard. No one has ever said specifically to us that we need to get rid of it, but I have heard people talking about them being a noxious plant or ...


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Sherida Warner

American Indian culture inspires quilt artist

Nothing fires the imagination of one Grand Junction quilt artist more than her affinity for this region of the West and a fascination with American Indian lore. Susan Strickland likes to ...


Gary McCallister

Simply science: Quit fidgeting and read this column!

(Attention readers: To get the best effect from this article, you should read it as quickly as possible and jiggle one knee while reading.) Quick! I’m in a hurry! What’s the most ...


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Kathy Jordan

Historic train depot full of memories

The historic Grand Junction Depot holds fond memories for many people in Grand Junction, and during the open house sponsored in May by Friends of the Grand Junction Depot, several people ...


Rock Cesario

There were plenty of great songwriters before rock came along

Many times in this column I have expressed my opinion that Bob Dylan is the world’s greatest singer/songwriter. There also have been several times when I have expressed my opinion about ...


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