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Erin McIntyre

Canning preserves my memories of mom

I come from hardy stock, pioneers who didn’t have much and wasted little. Survivors. My mother’s mother saved aluminum foil and plastic bags, washing them after each use until they ...

Tess Furey

Tess on the Town: Robust taste? Try torta ahogada

Torta ahogada (drowned sandwich in Spanish) is a favorite dish in the streets, stadiums and bodegas of Guadalajara, and the whole of Jalisco, Mexico. It is filled with spicy pulled pork, ham, ...

David Goe

On the Goe: Some music, politicians don’t mix

Nothing makes me happier during the political season than seeing candidates publicly humiliated. After nauseating months of political posturing, aka hypocritical half-truths and bold-faced ...

Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Fall jackets

Just as the leaves start to change, the best selection of fall jackets arrive in stores. This season the coats are better than ever. The colors are bright, the patterns are retro, but the ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: Blame SI for Broncos’ Monday night woes

The Sports Illustrated cover jinx strikes again. Yes, even the great Peyton Manning is not immune. Three interceptions in the first quarter Monday night in Atlanta prove that. And I believe I ...

Steve Beauregard

Penalties for not paying attention will be swift and severe!

Guys, the secret to successfully communicating with your wife is listening. Mainly her listening, but occasionally you should listen, too. And here I’m talking about setting aside time ...

Rick Jussel

Third down the only tarnish on golden start

We witnessed the second coming of Peyton Manning. And it was good. The Denver Broncos earned a hard-fought 31-19 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in a game that, cliché in hand, was ...

Sherida Warner

‘Walk in the Woods’ theme lets artists branch out

If you’re walking in the woods this time of year, no doubt it’s the lemon sheen of Colorado’s quivering aspens that enthralls you. Nature’s seasonal show eventually ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Sept. 16, 2012

Summer’s drawing to a close, and the final ANB Bank Farmers Market of the season happens this Thursday on downtown Main Street. While it might be common to see women browsing the market ...

Steve Beauregard

Football is back: a view from the belchers, er, bleachers

I’m aware there was life before the invention of football. I just can’t imagine it being any good. I don’t know what people did in, say, the 1300s, when you didn’t have ...

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