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Dixie Burmeister

Cranberry recipes set course toward Christmas

The Halloween candy is gone, except for two snack size Almond Joys hidden in the freezer by a certain coconut lover (my husband, Fred). Little pilgrims are appearing on the mantel now with ...


Steve Beauregard

Having issues with superiority of prehistoric men

After seeing the recent Reuters headline “New Book Claims Modern Men are Wimps” I was so outraged and offended I decided to call up the author to chew him out. Unfortunately, I got ...


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Annie Payne

Meet 4 Southern women with hospitality, manners

One of the most popular shows on cable television is “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” It is a reality TV show that follows the lives of five housewives from the Peach State. But ...


Sherida Warner

Battle of Saratoga revolutionizes quilting

“The British are coming! The British coming!” Yes, I’m writing about a British Invasion, and it’s not the Fab Four of 1960s fame (although I am a loyal Beatles ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Pruning roses

I have two 6-foot high, large rose bushes that have a weed cover at the base covered with medium-sized gravel. I would like to have a better-shaped and smaller plant. What do I need to do to ...


Rick Jussel

Broncos are growing up right before our eyes

It’s fun watching the youngster grow. As recently as two months ago, the Denver Broncos were an infant — gurgling and burping and badly in need of nurturing at all times. They ...


Rock Cesario

Good bands from the other side of the pond

By now, most of you should know how I feel about the Beatles. What you may not know is that I am a fan of an awful lot of British bands and their music. I am also a big fan of Scottish and ...


Steve Beauregard

Trick-or-treat ... Halloween never boring at any age

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, right behind “Punch a Prairie Dog in the Face Day” on April 12, which, admittedly, is not widely celebrated, despite my and my fellow ...


Rick Jussel

The road isn’t easy, but Denver should keep improving

Who’d a thunk it? The Denver Broncos start the season with six straight wins and, going into their bye weekend, have a 31⁄2-game lead over the San Diego Chargers in the AFC West. ...


Sherida Warner

‘Bag lady’ has penchant for place mats

Whenever I go shopping for table place mats, I’m usually looking for bright and unusual patterns. Not so I can set my dining room table in an aesthetically pleasing manner for a family ...


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