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Dixie Burmeister

FD: Dixie Burmeister Column March 18, 2009

Traditionally, I request a later deadline for my “after the health fair column” so I can include your reaction to my yearly new health fair recipe. It’s not that I ...

Sherida Warner

LS: Art of Quilting Column March 15, 2009

Bernie Madoff may not have made off with everyone’s personal fortune, but a fair number of folks these days feel as though someone absconded with their disposable income. Lost jobs, ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

LS: Your Town Coulmn March 15, 2009

If you’ve ever walked or biked the Riverfront Trail, you know about sharing the road. This time of year trails are full of walkers, inline skaters, leisure bikers and speedy road bikes ...

Dennis Hill

HG: Homegrown Column March 14, 2009

I have a question about rose bushes; our trees have grown and shade the rose beds too much. Are there any shade-tolerant rose varieties that you could recommend for Grand Junction? Please give ...

Annie Payne

HG: Annie Payne Column March 14, 2009

Easy ways to get your children working •  Start early.  If they can dump out a box of toys, they are old enough to put them all back.  •  Be mindful of the ...

Rock Cesario

OA: Rock Cesario Column March 13, 2009

Last week in this column we talked about a new release from Van Morrison. Well, it looks as though two more of my musical heroes, Bob Dylan and Neil Young, are both releasing new CDs. The ...

Ivy Parnasius

OA: Pollux Column March 13, 2009

Fashionistas everywhere will be singing the praises once again for gladiator sandals. If you have passed on the trend in previous seasons, this may be the year to purchase. No longer are ...

Kathy Jordan

LS: History Here and Now Column March 13, 2009

This is the first in a series of columns about the history of The Daily Sentinel. People have always wanted to know what is happening, and Grand Junction was no exception when its first ...

Dave Buchanan

FD: Wine Column March 11, 2009

Meteorologists are calling it unseasonably warm weather, but it’s not quite warm enough to break a sweat on grape growers. A sweat not from exertion but from anxiety as some of ...

Dave Buchanan

GJSENTINEL.COM BLOG: WINE OPENERS Fresh and Wyld in Paonia features organic, local foods

Posted by Dave Buchanan at 3:50 p.m. on March 2 The Hostess and I spent Friday skiing the steep but not-so-deep of Telluride, a lovely day of confused weather (blowing snow and cold, cold wind ...

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