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Dennis Hill

Homegrown Column July 18, 2009

I have what I call “wild roses” that leaf out and bloom just once. Then they send out these long shoots that interfere with the sidewalk. I would like to get rid of these and plant ...


Ivy Parnasius

OA Pollux Column July 07, 2009

By IVY PARNASIUS Special to the Sentinel If you want to make a bold fashion statement, one oversized bangle bracelet is the way to make that splash. Unlike the thin bangle bracelets worn in ...


Sherida Warner

Art of Quilting Column July 12, 2009

Some of us quilt like crazy because we’re crazy about quilting. But others among us have a special affection for crazy quilts, a Victorian stitching technique featuring odd-shaped pieces ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown Column July 11, 2009

I have a peach tree that is getting rust spots on the leaves. They then turn yellow and fall off. What’s up with that?  — Tom Sounds a bit to me like you have a fungal ...


Ivy Parnasius

OA Pollux Column July 10, 2009

By IVY PARNASIUS Special to the Sentinel The most overlooked items in anyone’s wardrobe are basics. From camisoles and tees to yoga pants, all the things that are worn the most get the ...


Rock Cesario

OA Rock Cesario Column July 10, 2009

It’s nice to be home. However, it was an incredible road trip. I came home with a tired body and a totally rejuvenated soul. To me, that is what a great vacation is all about. In fact, ...


Kathy Jordan

History Here and Now Column July 10, 2009

From 1909 to 1972, the 400 block of Rood Avenue was the location of three buildings that were beautiful architectural examples. Now, only one of these buildings remains. The Federal Building, ...


Sherida Warner

Art of Quilting Column July 05, 2009

Ouray County is often called the Switzerland of America, and a trip to the historic town of Ouray convinces many a tourist that an authentic yodeler is right around the corner. The rugged San ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Our Town Column July 05, 2009

I picked my first tomato of the season last week. I wasn’t sure what to do with just one tomato, so I diced it for tacos that evening. There are a few more tomatoes on the vine, but they ...


Annie Payne

Annie Payne Column July 04, 2009

The largest house in America is in Asheville, N.C. It boasts 4 acres of floor space, 250 rooms, 34 bedrooms, 43 bathrooms and 65 fireplaces. It was constructed over six years and completed in ...


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