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Sherida Warner

Fiber ‘explorer’ revels in her creative journeys

Mary Hertert of Fruita is an explorer ... of fabric art as well as outdoor terrain. She and her husband, Doug Van Etten, moved to the Grand Valley last spring from Anchorage, Alaska. ...


Erin McIntyre

West life: A place in the closet

This time of year, when it’s not quite time for spring cleaning, and it’s not warm enough to leave the front door open, I start to get a little itchy for order in the house. We all ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Dry winter? Trees may need water

I have read that one should water trees in the winter. In Rangely, it is very dry and we have had about zero snow this winter at present time. I have trees located on the north side of my house ...


Gary McCallister

Think your first love makes you squirm? Try being enchanted with nematodes

They say one never truly gets over a first love. Wait! No! Honey, I didn’t mean that. I am completely over what’s-her-name. Honest! I was speaking metaphorically, or something. ...


Dixie Burmeister

On Food: Super Bowl worthy grub

Ready for more Big Game Platter Chatter for the event that captures the “heart” of every football fan, even the once a year football fans? Yes. And although we are saddened by our ...


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Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Skinny belts

Wide belts have been in the spotlight for several seasons adding shape and interest to everything from summer dresses to winter coats. Wide Belts continue to be trendy, but the newest styles ...


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Sherida Warner

Artist transforms garbage bags into ‘eco chic’ designs

I have a few of those reusable market totes, the ones that look really small but fold out into a spacious conveyance that’s kind to the environment. Most of mine were promotional ...


Dennis Hill

Mice, drought, or beetles may harm junipers

I have some Tams Junipers about 30 years old that have various branches that die every year. Is this normal and can I do anything about it? — Paul There are several possibilities. One ...


Gary McCallister

There are no insignificant numbers when the grocery bill’s tallied

Why is it that when you ask someone the time, they always tell you the time to the minute? People used to just round things off to the nearest five minutes, or even the quarter hour.  Is ...


Tess Furey

Comments about coffee, salt spark interest

After last week’s column, in which I wrote about food trends for 2012, I received emails from readers who thought I should expand on the topic of home roasting coffee beans and mention ...


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