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Sherida Warner

Art of Quilting Column May 24, 2009

Theirs is an elite sisterhood based on tattoos, totems and talents. The three women — award-winning art quilters all — met just a few years ago at the International Quilt Festival ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town Column May 24, 2009

The meaning of Memorial Day and its three-day weekend has become a bit muddled. Some see it as three glorious days of Junior College baseball and diets of ball park hot dogs and funnel ...


Annie Payne

Annie Payne Column May 23, 2009

I am so happy that summer vacation has started. It was getting harder with each day to wake up and get the kids ready for school. The alarm would go off, and I’d hit the snooze and ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown Column May 23, 2009

I understand you recommended Weed Free Zone for bindweed control. Could you give me any more info? — Frank from Montrose I really love this stuff. Weed Free Zone is a mixture of four ...


Ivy Parnasius

OA Pollux Column May 22, 2009

I admit that I am always on the search for the perfect handbag. I want something that is big enough to accommodate everything needed for a hectic day, yet more fashionable than a tote bag. At ...


Rock Cesario

Rock Cesario Column May 22, 2009

Back in 1991, fewer than 200 folks, including myself, were treated to what is still one of my all-time favorite concerts. My friend and former classmate, Ron Wilson of Sandstone Concerts fame, ...


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Kathy Jordan

History Here and Now Column May 22, 2009

An e-mail that a friend forwarded to me about the Starlite Drive-In Theatre gave me the idea for this column. A gentleman in Canada was restoring a Hudson car, and when he removed the seats he ...


Dixie Burmeister

Dixie Burneister Column May 20, 2009

As we look forward to a long weekend of cookouts, baseball (JUCO) and relaxation, let us not forget it’s Memorial Day weekend, a time to honor and give thanks for the men and women who ...


Gary McCallister

Speaking of Science Column May 17, 2009

It was clearly my wife’s fault that I sliced open my hand. If she hadn’t scheduled a party for 21 little girls at our house, I wouldn’t have been on the roof trying to get the ...


Sherida Warner

Art of Quilting Column May 17, 2009

The Ringling Brothers may have needed Barnum & Bailey to put on a show, but when it comes to quilt festivals, the Mancuso Brothers don’t require any help setting up their ...


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