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Rock Cesario

Bands have changed, but Southern rock stays popular

When you think of the term Southern rock, what comes to mind? Most folks my age are going to say the Allman Brothers Band or Lynyrd Skynyrd. Some might mention Little Feat. Yuppies might say ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: Football, sort of, is back in Broncoland

The news dribbled across the ESPN ticker Sunday at 5 p.m., saying, “Tonight’s scheduled game between the Green Bay Packers and Indianapolis Colts has been cancelled due to concerns ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Aug. 7, 2016

School may be starting Wednesday, but summer is far, far from over. The late summer busyness is evident — big time — in this week’s community happenings. ■ The Grand ...

Erin McIntyre

Get rid of your weeds, get a gift card

As if there wasn’t enough reason to eliminate noxious weeds from your yard, Mesa County is offering an incentive to get rid of them once and for all. So here’s your chance. If you ...

Dennis Hill

Make sure it’s a fungus first, then here’s how to get rid of it

I was wondering if you could tell me how to get rid of fungus in our grass. Thanks for your help! — Linda The first thing is to make doubly sure that it’s a fungal disease ...

Gary McCallister

Scientists are the true adventurers, always starting by asking a question

Experimentation is the heart of science. Faith is the heart of experimentation. To conduct an experiment, one has to first have faith that: the world is real, there are universal laws that have ...

David Goe

In the face of wrongdoing, GJ community makes things right

If there is one truth about being part of a music community, it’s that musicians take care of each other. There’s an unwritten code musicians abide by. For example, if someone ...

Steve Beauregard

Smiling at memory of one of ‘The Greatest’

On April 4, 1917, veterans of the Civil War were still settling into retirement. Women did not have the right to vote. And in two days, America would formally join the fight against Germany in ...

Dixie Burmeister

In advance of Palisade festival, chefs share recipes, tips about juicy fruit

Does it get any peachier than this? That was my thought as I found myself at Palisade’s Riverbend Park surrounded by peach-passionate area chefs. Kristin Seltzer, Jon St. Peter, Lee ...

Charlé Thibodeau

Raising Boer goats both challenging and rewarding

I have a friend who calls on me when she and her husband leave town. They have a large menagerie of critters that need daily feeding and watering. I enjoy the quiet splendor of their property ...

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