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Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Honeysuckle, daffodils and spruce

We have three honeysuckle vines that are about 20 years old. They are getting very leggy and spindly. I’ve tried pruning, but that only makes the tops bushier. Can I cut them way back ...

Tess Furey

In praise of the hot cross bun and a place to go

Being of the Southern persuasion and, apparently, far removed from my Anglo-Saxon roots, our Easter dessert table usually consisted of ambrosia, banana pudding and red velvet cake. Only when I ...

Rock Cesario

For some great rock ‘n roll bands, change has been good

Outside of the Allman Brothers, I can’t think of any other band in rock ‘n’ roll that has gone through as many changes both in style and personnel over the years than ...

Rick Jussel

Broncos’ Marshall plan not easy to translate

Just sitting around, waiting for the Brandon Marshall situation to resolve itself one way or the other, thus allowing the Denver Broncos — and the rest of us NFL freaks — to get on ...

Steve Beauregard

This tooth shall pass

It was about 3 a.m. the other night when I came up with the perfect birth control method: We’ll round up any couple out there thinking about engaging in unsafe sex and we’ll make ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, March 28, 2010

Nessie our dog is helping rake the backyard this spring. It’s a perfect arrangement — she rolls around in the brown grass, leftover dead leaves, and shrubbery and then tracks it ...

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Sherida Warner

Spring show cure for winter doldrums

If you’re at wits’ end after the winter we’ve had on the Western Slope, the Basket Case Quilt Guild of Delta has the perfect cure. Members are planning their Spring Fling ...

Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Onion suggestions

I’m wondering what suggestions you have for the best onions to plant in Grand Junction. I’m looking for a medium to large onion that will keep for a while during the winter on an ...

Tess Furey

If you’re a locavore in Junction, you’re in luck

If you prefer to know where your food comes from, you might be a locavore. If you like to know that your food was produced in a natural and humane way, you might be a locavore. If you want ...

Rock Cesario

Before the Beatles landed, D.C Five was rocking the USA

Many folks, me included, thought the Beatles were the first English band to tour the United States, therefore starting the British Invasion. First off, no one knew that it was an invasion at ...

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