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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Jan. 24, 2010

On days when the heavy white snow clouds drape the length of the Grand Mesa — like a fluffy white cotton bath robe, wrapped snug and warm, to ward off the winter chill — it makes ...


Kathy Jordan

Perry’s Auction was a Saturday social gathering

For years Tony Perry held an auction every Saturday at Eighth Street and Pitkin Avenue. It seemed that everyone in Grand Junction went there at one time or another, if not to sell, then to buy. ...


Rock Cesario

Numerous people, changes involved with ‘Acoustic Sunday’

Sometime in the fall of 1989 when Triple Play Records was not even 2 years old, Jim Spehar, then the owner of radio station KKLY, asked me if I would host a show on his FM station. This show, ...


Steve Beauregard

More fodder from the blotter

Today we’re going to recap some more actual entries taken from The Daily Sentinel’s police blotter — this is an important part of our never-ending efforts to both monitor ...


Rick Jussel

What’s in store for Broncos in offseason?

This is the best time of year in the National Football League:  playoff shockers galore, coaches on the hot seat, rumors and mock drafts. With the Broncos, where do we start?  Sure ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Jan. 17, 2010

Normally the drive to work each day is quite uneventful — red light here, merge there, turn here — all while blasting the heater in an effort to warm my frozen fingers and ...


Rock Cesario

Can you remember the first records that you purchased?

Can you remember the first 10 long-playing (LP) records that you bought? Dan Miller, a good friend and fellow music freak, recently asked me that question. Depending on your age, that could ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Goldfish in winter

This is the first time we’ve had goldfish in our pond, and I’m not sure of the best way to treat them over the winter. I’m assuming we can’t just let the surface freeze ...


Sherida Warner

Book turns new page on quilting art world

What do the Grim Reaper, nudes and groovy old purses have in common? No, they’re not part of the plot in Quentin Tarantino’s latest movie. All three subjects serve as inspiration ...


Steve Beauregard

Brought to you by the letter H

Little kids sure have a lot more TV options these days. Back when I was toddler, all we basically had were Big Bird and Cookie Monster. In other words, we learned our basic life lessons from a ...


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