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Kathy Jordan

LS: History Here and Now Column February 20, 2009

Second in a four-part series about Josephine Dickey’s family history in Grand Junction. In the early to mid-1900s, the Mesa County sheriff would meet every black that came to town, ask ...


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Dave Buchanan

Viva Italian wines Italy showcases its wine in effort to capture, keep Americans’ attention

NEW YORK — Snow-covered streets turning to gray mush under endless traffic were forgotten under the warm Mediterranean glow spreading through New York’s Palace Hotel. It was the ...


Dixie Burmeister

FD: Dixie Burmeister Column February 18, 2009

Just when you thought “Matters of the Heart” were over for February, I must remind you, it’s American Heart Month. The American Heart Association chefs developed some ...


Sherida Warner

LS: Art of Quilting February 15, 2009

Roses are red;                  violets are blue. What could be sweeter thanValentine postcards for you? I know it’s corny, but in ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

LS: Your Town Column February 15, 2009

I can’t get used to the empty spaces left behind by the clearing of buildings between Ute and Pitkin avenues and Fifth to Eighth streets. In time, workers will lay foundations and put up ...


Rick Jussel

Sports: Rick Jussel Column February 13, 2009

Bits ’n’ pieces … It’s hard to believe after weathering months of being cooped up indoors, only to escape on occasion to shovel snow, but it’s time for pitchers ...


Ivy Parnasius

OA: Pollux Column February 13, 2009

1. Colors — Look for a tropical influence such as citrus lemon, popping pistachio and juicy papaya. 2. Chunky necklaces — Make a statement this spring. 3. Boyfriend jeans ...


Rock Cesario

OA: Rock Cesario Column February 13, 2009

Paul McCartney released a new album and, in my humble opinion, it is the best thing he has done since “Venus and Mars” and “Band on the Run.” OK, I know it is not ...


Dave Buchanan

FD: Legislature to honor local pioneering winemaker

Nearly seven months to the day after he died, pioneering winemaker Doug Phillips continues to make his mark on Colorado’s wine industry. Phillips, founder and co-owner (with his wife ...


Sherida Warner

LS: Art of Quilting Column February 08, 2009

Twoscore and nine years ago, I first learned of the Gettysburg Address. As a fourth-grader, I was expected to memorize and recite that famous speech by our 16th president. My class also was ...


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