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Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Cutting back, early edible tomatoes

Is this the right time to be cutting back a blue mist spirea and a butterfly bush? Both are just beginning to leaf out. — Donna Now is the time to cut back plants, such as your ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, April 3, 2011

There’s excitement in the air on baseball’s opening day. The smell of popcorn, sizzling dogs on the grill, the crack of the bat, cheering the runner’s effort to “touch ...

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Sherida Warner

Fabric chef’s cuisine tantalizes taste buds

When I walked into Jeannie Martin’s Grand Junction kitchen last week, my mouth immediately began to water. Everywhere I looked, baskets overflowed with tantalizing loaves of French ...

Gary McCallister

You’re not getting older, you’re getting ... who knows?

I recently had a birthday. My family made guesses as to my age, and their estimates were ... interesting. As I considered some of their guesses, though, I began to notice an intriguing ...

Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Spring style

Everything is starting to bloom, including the hottest fashions for the season. Here is a must-have shopping list for spring. 1. Shades of red — From honeysuckle pink to crimson, this ...

Rock Cesario

New releases, live shows in GJ put excitement in music scene

It sure looks to me like April is going to be a great month for music both live and recorded. There are some excellent new releases on the way and there is also some exciting live music ...

Tess Furey

Decision to go into cheese making proves to be a winner for downtown business

Although it’s not officially part of the title, Lil’ Ole’ Winemaker could add “and brewmeister and cheese maker” to the name. It was the “we now sell ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, March 27, 2011

Spring brings out the crazy, lightheartedness in those of us who have been hiding under numerous layers during the winter months. The dark and cold days slowly give way to warm, sunny days, ...

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Sherida Warner

Barnstorming tour rolls into GJ, Hotchkiss

Those zany Buggy Barn ladies are coming to town, and they’re bringing plenty of their trademark “crazy” quilt patterns with them. The two sisters, Pam Soliday and Janet ...

Gary McCallister

A recipe for scientific discovery: seaweed and Jell-O

When I was late for dinner as a boy, my mom would put the food on my plate and set it on the table until I came home to eat. I didn’t mind cold food so much, but the hot food on the plate ...

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