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Sherida Warner

Former geologist thinks quilting rocks

Rock, paper, scissors is more than a game for Cheryl Phillips of Delta. It’s a way of life. Rock relates to her geology degree, paper to her use of circular graph paper, and scissors to ...

Annie Payne

Everybody loves a parade of homes

I’m an avid watcher of the TV show “Toddlers and Tiaras.” I often wonder how the judges decide one little girl is more beautiful than another. This week, when I had the ...

Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Pagoda tree, grinding stumps

We have a large, 45-year old-Japanese pagoda tree in our front lawn. For several years, the tree has dripped sap from a location where a large branch was cut away. The sap has burned a 2-foot ...

Tess Furey

Pro, amateur barbecuers move in different worlds

This past weekend, I breached the inner circle of the professional barbecue judges at the Colorado Pork and Hops Challenge. I was called on to be a judge for the amateur backyard entrants, ...

Rock Cesario

Grammy-winner Ryan Bingham stays on the rise with 3rd CD

There is more new music out there that deserves a listen than I can get to in one column, so here are the highlights. My opinion is formed by listening to these CDs repeatedly. Specifics are ...

Dixie Burmeister

Late summer food thoughts

I was in the midst of Palisade Peach Recipe Contest check-in frenzy when suddenly a man approached me. He seemed somewhat familiar, and he was holding his darling little ...

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Sherida Warner

Museum threads way through quilt evolution

Part of the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum’s mission is “to embrace the evolution of the art and craft of quilting.” Certainly, the staff and officials associated with the ...

Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Sick juniper tree

We have native juniper tree in our yard that is looking sick. The tree has a good sized limb that died. When you look closer, part of the dead limb has small bore holes, probably from ...

Gary McCallister

Beyond standardized tests: Intuitive knowledge comes from experience

There are those who think that ignorance is a finite quantity and as we relentlessly pursue knowledge of the material world the amount of ignorance will dwindle to nothing. We sometimes hear ...

Dave Buchanan

Fall colors: Grapes turn red, yellow

Late summer brings veraison to Colorado’s vineyards. This is the time when grapes change from green to red or yellow and develop their characteristic mature colors. It’s also the ...

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