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Sherida Warner

It takes a happy village to raise a smile

I recently embarked on a vicarious vacation compliments of art quilter Karen Eckmeier. Her frequent travels abroad greatly influence her fabric creations. By paging through her instruction ...

Gary McCallister

Strength in numbers? You better bee-lieve it

Some people say that this is the “age of man,” but that is probably just because men get to say such things. If insects got to write newspaper columns, they would probably say this ...

Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Shady red flowers

I have an 8-foot wide by 3-foot deep rectangular-shaped indentation on the north side of my house, with two evenly spaced bubblers. This space is shady most of the day and has a row of ...

Rock Cesario

Darden Smith didn’t need a big voice to deliver powerful show

Darden Smith sings to you not at you, in a voice that most times is just above a whisper. I think that is what makes you really listen to his beautiful music. Smith’s music is as stark ...

Tess Furey

No shortage of help celebrating birthday

If you like being the center of attention, or if you just like something for nothing, I’ve got a couple of places for you. I had the occasion recently to mark another year on the planet. ...

Dixie Burmeister

For perfect Easter eggs, do not boil

National Egg Month always should be the same month as Easter, especially since 164 million eggs were purchased for Easter celebrations in the United States last year, according to the ...

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 ...

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