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Bob Dylan’s ‘Christmas in the Heart’ tops the ‘interesting’ list

Many of you have been in Triple Play Records looking for some “different” Christmas music. For some reason, you think we should have it. Well, I like traditional Christmas songs ...


Kathy Jordan

Streets named for settlers

Griffith has cancer surgery LOS ANGELES — A representative for Melanie Griffith says the actress has had surgery to remove early stages of skin cancer from her face. Spokeswoman Robin ...


Dixie Burmeister

Gingerbread creations a big hit with Palisade holiday celebrants

As I write this, I still have visions dancing in my head of whimsical and artistic gingerbread houses, a carrousel, village, church, gingerbread men ice fishing, trucks, radio station, ...


Steve Beauregard

If the kid is laughing, it must be an ice day

The morning starts at 2:17 a.m., when your baby’s loud shrieks fill the cold house. “This is going to be a good day,” you mutter as you get up and help your wife attempt to ...


Sherida Warner

Partnership leads quilt fans around Gee’s Bend

Those acclaimed black quilters of Gee’s Bend, Ala., are making news once again. The women became famous in 2002, when an exhibition of their bold geometric quilts premiered at the Museum ...


Rick Jussel

Psst… Wanna know the secret(s) to beating the Colts? Read on

Whatever happens in Grand Junction stays in Grand Junction. I am now going to reveal to you the secrets to beating the Indianapolis Colts, by my figuring, three secrets. And whatever you do, ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Getting rid of mint

How can I get rid of mint? I planted it in a pot in a raised bed about five years ago. I have taken the pot out and dug it up. Unfortunately, it is now stronger and more widespread than ...


Annie Payne

What your Christmas tree says about you

I have a rare talent. Some might call it a gift. Others, the more incredulous, call it a cheap party trick, but I have yet to meet anyone who can do what I do. I am a Christmas Tree ...


Kathy Jordan

1920s Garmesa was Quaker Oats ranching experiment

A casual traveler coming upon the cement foundations, sunken silos and large cement box-like structures in the desert about 15 miles north of Fruita on 16 Road might stop and wonder what had ...


Gary McCallister

Artists, scientists alike seek to understand world

Science is concerned with physical things. Science is born of questions such as: How many are there? Why do apples fall down? How does a falling thing fall? What shape is it? How big is it? How ...


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