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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, July 1, 2012

It was my intention to slide in a thought or two, but Your Town’s thriving community clubs and organizations will be doing all the talking this week, leaving me just a little space to ...

Sherida Warner

Freedom common thread in quilted tributes to U.S.A.

As we look forward to this great country’s Independence Day on Wednesday, I want to share a couple of outstanding quilts that depict the 236 years of America’s freedom. “The ...

Erin McIntyre

It’s squash or be squashed with these bugs

“Isn’t it too early for squash bugs?” my husband asked the other day, mentioning that he smashed one he found in the garden. I shouldn’t have been surprised. It seems ...

Dennis Hill

Battling brown lawns

Help, our lawn looks awful! There are brown patches all over and they seem to be getting worse the past several weeks. What can we do? — Rebecca Well, Rebecca, you’re in good ...

Tess Furey

Tess on the Town: Junior Johnson moonshine revvs traffic

The closest I ever got to honest-to-God moonshine was on a ranch in Mexico. After an afternoon of horseback riding, our hosts offered us a choice of Coca-Cola, Tecate or some clear liquor in ...

David Goe

On the Goe: ‘Call Me Maybe’ is coolest

Judging by the Country Jam outfits I saw last weekend, it is officially summer. Forget about the summer solstice, nothing starts the season like being flat out drunk in a pair of cowboy boots, ...

Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: 10 summer trends

There is a lot to love about fashion this summer, so here are the top trends to follow. 1. Hi/low dresses ­— This hemline guarantees a dramatic appearance. 2. Neon — From ...

Steve Beauregard

Take me out to the beer line ... er ... ball game

There were a lot of entertainment options in Grand Junction last Saturday. Marie and I didn’t want to be one of those idiots roasting in 100 degree weather at Country Jam, so we decided ...

Sherida Warner

Entry into hall of fame caps quilter’s career

Quilt educator and living legend Eleanor Burns may be most known for her cavalier habit of tossing leftover fabric scraps over her shoulder while working at her cutting table. Thousands of ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, June 24, 2012

There was a time when phones were just phones, televisions had only three channels and using our imagination was how we spent our summers.  We’d play cars and trucks in the dirt, ...

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