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Dennis Hill

HG: Homegrown Column October 04, 2008

I live in Colorado Springs and my quaking aspen trees have a fungus/mold called armillaria in the ground and it is killing all plants around the trees. What do I use to get rid of ...


Rock Cesario

OA: Rock Cesario Column October 03, 2008

If you read this column frequently you already know how I feel about The Beatles. If not, I will try and sum it up without using too many clichés. The Beatles were the only band in the ...


Ivy Parnasius

OA: Pollux Column October 03, 2008

The tunic style has been popular for a couple of seasons. Designers have taken this silhouette one step further and made it the most appealing, must-have item for fall. The tunic sweater ...


Rick Jussel

Rick Jussel Column September 28, 2008

Surely, you remember our credo: Never, ever, look a gift Bronco in the mouth. Yes, the Denver Broncos are living a charmed life. We all know that. And for that, we certainly should be ...


Sherida Warner

LS: Art of Quilting Column September 28, 2008

In the beginning, Linda Jenkins fussed over her quilting projects, worrying that she might not be able to make them as well as she wished. But her friend, Becky Goldsmith, continually ...


Ivy Parnasius

OA: Pollux Column September 26, 2008

Military jackets are back and hotter than ever. From subtle, double breasted jackets to shoulder epaulets with brass buttons, the easiest way to make a fashion impact is with a military-esque ...


Rock Cesario

OA: Rock Cesario Column September 26, 2008

In my humble opinion, Lindsey Buckingham’s newest CD “Gift of Screws” is without a doubt his finest release to date. The polar opposite of his last release, “Under the ...


Rick Jussel

Rick Jussel Column September 21, 2008

Thank you, Ed Hochuli. His botched call near the end of the Denver vs. San Diego game on Sunday at New Mile High was one for the ages. It turned out well for the Broncos, poorly for the ...


Sherida Warner

LS: Art of Quilting Column September 21, 2008

Deborah Snider’s love of sea horses inspired the art professor at Mesa State College to enter the real-life race to rescue the undersea creatures from possible extinction. Snider, who ...


Rock Cesario

OA: Rocl Cesario Column September 19, 2008

I usually write mostly about music, but big-time disc golf is coming to the Grand Valley and it has me distracted. Disc golf is a great and fun sport. It is also near and dear to my heart as ...


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