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Dennis Hill

Grown at Home, Honeysuckle vine

I have a honeysuckle vine that starts out vigorously each spring, but then the aphids come and it never fully recovers. What is the best way to stop the aphids? — Sharon The key to ...


Tess Furey

More than 100 vendors offer variety of goodies at farmers market downtown

Farmers are beating a path to the American National Bank Farmers Market, followed closely by Bugs Bunny and nearly 5,000 other carrot-nibbling wascally wabbits. But the downtown Grand Junction ...


Dixie Burmeister

Pick your meat, then celebrate Father’s Day, 4th of July

Why not be adventurous this year for Father’s Day and for the Fourth of July by raising the bar a bit on the meats that take center stage. Then add sweet corn, a huge dark green salad, ...


Steve Beauregard

World Cup soccer: Ain’t that a kick?

Soccer’s World Cup is in full swing, with an estimated global television audience of over 1 billion. And although it doesn’t always get the respect it deserves here in the United ...


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Sherida Warner

Recession can’t unravel quilters’ upsurge

The numbers are in, and the powers that be in the quilting industry could not be happier. A Quilting in America 2010 survey shows that quilting enthusiasts spend almost $3.6 billion annually ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, June 13, 2010

It’s still two months before the Answer Book will be published and inserted in your Daily Sentinel, but now’s the time to send in your club or organization’s information to be ...


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Annie Payne

Splish, splash! I was doing the dishes

“Who cut their hair on the couch?” “Why does the dog have one blue paw?” “Where did all the kitchen chairs go?” These and many more questions like these ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Aspen trees

We planted aspen trees several years ago and they have done well. We started with three trees and they now number 30 or so. We are now threatened by tiny little “eggshells” on some ...


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Kathy Jordan

Orchard Mesa site contains 9 cemeteries

Fourth in a series on the history of local cemeteries. In 1888, after the completion of the bridge over the Grand (now Colorado) River allowed easy access for horse and buggy travel to Orchard ...


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Tess Furey

Beignets the star of brunch mune at 626 on Rood

Mmm. Doughnuts. Think in bizarro world for a moment. If Homer Simpson were French, would he eat beignets? Soft pillows of fried dough, sprinkled with powdered sugar. D’oh! Of course he ...


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