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Gary McCallister

LS: Speaking of Science Column October 20, 2008

Logo started out as a computer language but has ended up as an educational philosophy of considerable power. It also has proven a powerful way to expand children’s understanding of ...


Rick Jussel

Sports: Rick Jussel Column October 19, 2008

Tom Brady must be kicking himself right now. If the All-World quarterback from New England wasn’t feeling bad enough about missing the season because of a knee injury on opening day, he ...


Sherida Warner

LS: Art of Quilting Column October 19, 2008

I’ve had a fascination with horses since I was a child, and my family always had horses as I was growing up.     My dad taught me to ride at an early age, and I quickly ...


Rock Cesario

OA: Rock Cesario Column October 17, 2008

I received this e-mail on Oct. 13 from an educator who is as passionate about music as I am, if not more so. Brett Argo teaches band and music appreciation at East Middle School. Many of his ...


Ivy Parnasius

OA: Pollux Column October 17, 2008

Sweater weather is upon us once again. One of the key trends for sweaters this fall is semi-sheer sweaters that can be layered with each other. This style looks chic, and is very functional ...


Dixie Burmeister

FD: Dixie Burmeister Column October 15, 2008

Ghosts, goblins, witches and all those other scary and not-so-scary characters of all ages will be celebrating Halloween big time Oct. 31 because it’s on a Friday this year. The pumpkins ...


Rick Jussel

Rick Jussel Column October 12, 2008

Denver Broncos 16, Tampa Bay Bucs 13. Mirage or the real deal? Do the Broncos, all of a sudden, have a defense that can hold its own against more-than-respectable teams? Was last ...


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Sherida Warner

LS: Art of Quilting Column October 12, 2008

It’s probably the most significant alignment of stars since Fons met Porter. I became a true stargazer last month in the hamlet of LaVeta, nestled at the foot of Colorado’s famous ...


Dennis Hill

HG: Homegrown Column October 11, 2008

We have dwarf apricot and dwarf peach trees about 10 years old. The last couple of years the fruit has not been very sweet. We see that they are sprayed every spring and summer. Is there some ...


Rock Cesario

OA: Rock Cesario Column October 10, 2008

Thank you for all of the great response to last week’s column. I am going to print many of your responses, and it is going to take at least two columns. The first response is from Baron ...


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