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Tess Furey

Purple Haze garlic has rich western Colo. history

One of the world’s favorite flavors is being harvested as I write this. Technically a vegetable — kin to the onion, leek and shallot — garlic is native to central Asia. China, ...


Rock Cesario

It truly is popular demand that brings LaFave back to GJ

Texas singer-songwriter extraordinaire Jimmy LaFave is making a highly requested return engagement to the Roper Music Ballroom on Thursday, Aug. 25 at 7:30 p.m. When I called Jimmy earlier this ...


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Sherida Warner

Too many tools can threaten our creativity

At times, I come close to information overload. From quilting experts and magazines, I’m bombarded with the newest rulers, rotary cutters and gadgets to improve my skills and the latest ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Aug. 14, 2011

“No, thank you” is an extremely difficult thing to say, especially during harvest time. Coworkers have an abundance of fruits and veggies from their gardens this time of year, and ...


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Dave Buchanan

Local wines cropping up across Colorado

The wrap-up of an intense three-day workshop in Boulder found several of us searching for a dinner place open on Sunday night, a task that can be fearsome in early-closing Grand Junction but ...


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Sherida Warner

Former Montrose man fashions colorful career

Nick Coman may have graduated from Montrose High School, but his artistic yearnings eventually drew him to a more glamorous life in Hollywood Hills, Calif. Now, he excels in a career that he ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Aug. 7, 2011

They’re baaaack. Those cuddly, cooing, soft bundles of love are returning to print. After reconsidering its stance on the issue of confidentiality, St. Mary’s Hospital has ...


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Sherida Warner

86-year-old retains love of quilting by hand

When the judges saw the hand-quilting on the king-size Cathedral Windows quilt entered in the recent Mesa County Fair, they were impressed. More and more quilts these days are made with ...


Rock Cesario

Welch says he discovered how personal his early writing was

This is the second part of my great interview with Kevin Welch, who will perform Saturday, July 30 at 7:30 p.m. at the Roper Music Ballroom with special guest Dustin Welch. Tickets are ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, July 24, 2011

Zoom in closer, closer, closer. Crash! That might be too close. Macro and close-up photography will be the program at the monthly meeting of the Thunder Mountain Camera Club at 7 p.m. Tuesday ...


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