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Kathy Jordan

GJ founder looks over city from tomb on Orchard Mesa

When you travel south toward Orchard Mesa, you might see a small but imposing stone structure overlooking the city of Grand Junction as you top the Fifth Street Bridge. This structure is the ...

Steve Beauregard

No, I don’t want to help you move

When someone asks me to help them move, my answer is always the same: “You’re not coming in very clear on my cell phone. I’m driving through a tunnel right now.” But ...

Steve Beauregard

Ignoring your screaming baby, and other helpful parenting tips

Today we give all you soon-to-be dads out there important tips on how to become a helpful, responsible father. We’ll start with how to avoid diaper duty. This one’s fairly simple: ...

Steve Beauregard

Budget wedding? Try wedded bliss at Super Wal-Mart

I think my wife is turning into some sort of snob, because when I told her about the couple that got recently got married inside a Nebraska Wal-Mart, she didn’t think it was very ...

Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Winterizing artichokes

A couple of years ago you gave advice on growing artichokes here in Grand Junction. My plants are great now; how do I winter them? Artichokes are wonderful, semi-perennial herbaceous plants ...

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Annie Payne

Make your travel treasures part of home sweet home

If you follow my articles, you may remember a month back I wrote about having a yard sale to help pay for the souvenirs for our upcoming family vacation. We had a wonderful time at Walt Disney ...

Sherida Warner

Quilt show to unwrap wonders of art form

Most of us are encouraged at an early age to color inside the lines, but true artists know that all the fun happens when they venture beyond the designated borders. That’s the theory ...

Rick Jussel

Broncos ready to rumble to 4-0 start

If Michael Buffer was announcing, he would tap on the microphone a couple of times to make sure it was working. Looking perfectly grand in his tux, after reading a lengthy list of ...

Kathy Jordan

Aeroplane Restaurant attracted celebrity spotters

The old Walker Field Airport Terminal, built in 1949, had that 1940s classic feel to it. If you can remember when you wore dressy clothes to ride an airplane, you know what I am talking about. ...

Rock Cesario

Guy Clark’s latest, ‘Somedays the Song Writes You,’ could be among his best storytelling

As I have said recently, there is a lot of great new music that has just been released. This past week, it was Robert Earl Keen and Kris Kristofferson with new music. Robert Earl’s good ...

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