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Kathy Jordan

LS: History Here and Now January 23, 2009

Second in a four-part series on the history of local skiing. In 1940 Dr. Waldapfel and Dr. R.A. Paige started promoting the Mesa Creek Ski Area, which was also called the Grand Mesa Ski Area ...


Dixie Burmeister

FD: Dixie Burmeister Column January 21, 2009

As promised, I am continuing this week with soup tips, hints and a few of our family soup recipes with, of course, crock-pot recipes in spite of the fact there was a featured article with ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

LS: Your Town Column January 18, 2009

I’ve written previously about being lyrically challenged. I usually sing the wrong words to a song, because I rarely understand what they are saying. “Does Anybody Really Know ...


Sherida Warner

LS: Art of Quiting Column January 18, 2009

When quilters and other needle workers put their collective hands together to raise money for their church, the women’s good fortune began to multiply like the biblical loaves and fishes ...


Dennis Hill

HG: Homegrown Column january 17, 2009

I have two beautiful flowering crab apple trees in my front yard that produce a lot of crab apples. The apples stay on one of the trees until spring, which the returning robins feed ...


Rock Cesario

OA: Rock Cesario Column January 16, 2009

In the Jan. 2 issue of Out & About, I wrote about the movie “Cadillac Records.” In that column, I mostly wrote about the movie and in the process related a story about ...


Ivy Parnasius

OA: Pollux Column January 16, 2009

The color yellow has taken hold of the fashion world for spring. Longer days and warmer temperatures seem to be a long way off, but the bold color may infuse some life into gray days. While ...


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Kathy Jordan

LS: History Here and Column January 16, 2009

First in a four-part series on the history of local skiing. In 1935 when you strapped on your boards for skiing, it was an uphill climb all the way. There was no ski lift, not even a rope ...


Dave Buchanan

FD: Wine Column January 14, 2009

Mid-winter is the time to slumber. As bears hibernate, my garden is buried under a foot of snow, flowers and vegetables awaiting the warm spring sun. The same is true in the cellars of most ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

LS: Your Town Column January 11, 2009

Now is not the time to worry about global warming — especially with 5 inches of ice and snow still piled up on the north side of the house. With just a touch of envy, I raise an ...


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