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Charlé Thibodeau

Frightened pets not celebrating loud popping sounds on Fourth

Turning the calendar over to July brought the notion of midsummer realization to mind. Early July seems to mark the turning point of hot summer days, because we know that this unrelenting heat ...


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Rick Jussel

Nuggets may have more deals on the way

Just sitting around waiting for the dust to settle, and upon checking, I’ve discovered it’s settled enough to pound on a keyboard. Observations as the dog days sneak up ...


Gary McCallister

Understanding comes from actions, not words

When I was young my grandfather told me he could talk to the bees. He would lean over the hive and in a real breathy voice say, “Hello, bees.” The hive would buzz real loud back at ...


Rock Cesario

Steve Earle’s new ‘Outlaw’ album among his best yet

“Gotta keep rockin’ why I still can I gotta two pack habit and a motel tan.” — Steve Earle, “Guitar Town” I have been a fan of Steve Earle’s music ...


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Steve Beauregard

An excuse to re-create the family road trip

It was my parents’ wedding anniversary, and since it was their 50th, my brother and I thought we should do something very different for them this year, such as acknowledge it. My ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, June 25, 2017

I recently celebrated a birthday. It was just a plain ol’ birthday, nothing milestonish about it, but it had me stopping the car, so to speak, stepping out onto the pavement and standing ...


Gary McCallister

Thanks to scaling, smaller can be better

I became fascinated with the microscopic world when I was very young. This probably happened because I couldn’t see much of anything unless it was about 3 inches from my face. I was ...


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Dave Buchanan

Nothing wrong with California cabernet — except the price

I encountered Rick Rozelle working the wine aisles at Fisher’s Liquor Barn last week, which wasn’t completely surprising because that’s where I usually find him, dispensing ...


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Erin McIntyre

Master gardener clinic can diagnose problems

The vegetable garden seems so perfect at the beginning of the summer. The perfectly spaced plants flourish, full of promise. Gardeners dream of that first tomato in July and harvesting all the ...


Dennis Hill

Be careful with weed and feed

I was thinking of using a weed and feed for my lawn, but have heard that I have to be careful around my trees and shrubs. Is there a problem with that? What do I need to do? — ...


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