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Tammy Gemaehlich

LS: Your Town Column November 09, 2008

You can teach an old dog new tricks. Nessie turned 8 this year, yet she’s still very puppylike. In her earlier years, a “welcome home” greeting after work was the ...


Annie Payne

HG: Annie Payne Column November 08, 2008

An indicator of lack-luster job performance or a genuine gift of time, Secret Agent Man, my husband, called a cleaning company to come over and give us a bid on cleaning our home. Secret Agent ...


Dennis Hill

HG: Homegrown Column November 08, 2008

I’m knee-deep in apples. What’s the best way to store them so we can eat them long into the winter? I’ve already dried them and made applesauce to freeze, so now I’m ...


Rock Cesario

OA: Rock Cesario Column November 07, 2008

Bob Dylan’s newest CD release, “The Bootleg Series, Vol. 8: Tell Tale Signs, Rare and Unreleased 1989–2006,” is incredible. It is a testament to the man that this is ...


Ivy Parnasius

OA: Pollux Column November 07, 2008

This fall, birds of a feather do flock together, at least where fashion is concerned. Feathers of ostrich and pheasant are adorning both accessories and clothing, creating a rich, bold ...


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Kathy Jordan

LS: History Here and Now Column November 07, 2008

The first Grand Junction railroad depot was a simple log structure, which was replaced, in early 1884, by an impressive Queen Anne-style wooden station. This structure served the railroad and ...


Rick Jussel

Rick Jussel Columnn November 06, 2008

The Denver Broncos, even though they still lead the AFC West by one game, are toast. Adios. Farewell. Sayonara. It’s wait ’til next season for the Broncos. You know it and I ...


Dixie Burmeister

FD: Dixie Burmeister Columnn November 05, 2008

This issue of The Daily Sentinel is packed with election results, and this column is not an exception. Here are some ballot results you’ll not see anywhere else. As promised, here are ...


Gary McCallister

LS: Speaking of Science Columnn November 03, 2008

Humans use the brain for many fascinating activities: solving algebraic problems, writing symphonies, making legal judgments, reading, designing buildings and writing poetry. Yet these ...


Rick Jussel

Rick Jussel Column November 02, 2008

Welcome, Denver Broncos, to your crossroads. Look to your left and it’s a quarter-mile drag strip, a smoking, rubber-burning start, followed by parachutes opening and neck-jarring ...


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