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Rick Jussel

Jussel: Offensive line key to Broncos beating Chargers

The Denver Broncos were 4-0 and on top of the world going into their Oct. 13 game in San Diego against the Chargers. The Chargers were 1-4, and head coach Mike McCoy was in danger of being ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Oct. 20, 2016

A most interesting thing happened recently. Somehow, in an instant, I was magically transported to a world with no election drama, no violence, no crime, no hate and no division. It was a ...


Gary McCallister

Scientists can be the life of the Halloween party

Scientists can be really interesting people. No, really, I mean it! I know we kind of have a reputation, but we’re just misunderstood. Did you know that we are especially popular at ...


David Goe

Museum tour crystallizes Motown founder’s legacy

A couple weeks ago I found myself in Detroit touring one of America’s great music destinations, the Motown Museum.  The home of Motown from 1959 to 1972, Hitsville is a must visit ...


Gary McCallister

A toast to the appetizing practice of appertising

My wife’s been “appertising” again. Appertising is the original name for preserving food by sealing out oxygen. Today we call it canning. However, it was called appertising ...


Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Time to turn up the volume at KMSA

KMSA 91.3 FM is sounding better than it has in a long while. Having been a listener since its inception, I am still partial to the 1970s version. However, this current version is giving it a ...


Charlé Thibodeau

Attack on Dad proves the value of a dog’s bark

The stranger’s voice on the other end of the phone instantly raised uncertainty. The number displayed on my phone was from my father, however, it was not his voice speaking through the ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Oct. 16, 2016

I haven’t much time to tap out a note to accompany this week’s Your Town column. I’m smack dab in the middle of harvesting the ripened tomatoes and peppers from my brick ...


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Erin McIntyre

End-of-year sampling crowns best of tomato crop

All good things must come to an end. And sadly, that includes sandwiches made of homegrown tomatoes. I’m a sucker for tomato sandwiches, the only vehicle for mayonnaise I will allow to ...


Gary McCallister

The best way to learn is to do

If structure does dictate function, which is one of the central mandates in the study of anatomy and physiology, then my function must be to mostly sit around. I have tried explaining this to ...


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