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Steve Beauregard

The truth about parents’ lies

A key to mastering parenting is the ability to lie to your children. Unlike adults, kids will accept your lies at face value. Because they are stupid. Here are parents’ top go-to ...


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Dave Buchanan

Wine Openers: Treat Dad to some great wine at North Fork Uncorked

Winemakers in Hotchkiss and Paonia will celebrate Father’s Day weekend in style with their annual North Fork Uncorked. The event set for June 18–19 features winemakers’ ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, June 5, 2016

They’re baaaaack. Last year at this time, I shared with readers the thrill of discovering a hummingbird’s nest in one of our backyard trees. We would often see a hummingbird ...


Gary McCallister

Debate over the definition of ‘alive’ is far from dead

At some point, “things become alive.”  It is fascinating to me that a stack of physical stuff can suddenly assume properties that we call being “alive.” Most ...


Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Excited for good summer music

In April, I wrote that Santana’s new album “Santana IV” could be the record of the summer. I should have said it could be one of the records of the summer, because ...


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Erin McIntyre

CREATURE 
CONTROL: Take care of wasp and hornet invasions before it’s too late

When I was a kid, we could earn extra money in the summertime by killing flies and wasps that came into the house. Each fly was worth a whopping penny. It wasn’t much, but it added up ...


Charlé Thibodeau

Joy of reuniting lost dog with a human companion

My daughter called me about 
4 p.m. last Friday at work. Normally, she is respectful of my work ethics and does not call unless something important has occurred. As I answered, she ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 29, 2016

It was a blood-curdling scream. Imagine the sound that might result from slamming your finger in the car door — the high-pitched wail of anguish as the shock wears off and the intense ...


Gary McCallister

It’s not just you: It really does take longer to get through the workday

I figure the state of Colorado owes me overtime. I retired from Colorado Mesa University in 2014. In May of 2012, the whole planet wobbled on its axis and slowed in its rotation. You probably ...


Dave Buchanan

2016 grape harvest may surpass 2015’s bumper crop

While this spring, with its abundant moisture and cool temperatures, has presented several challenges to grape growers, it also has set off speculation this year’s yield might top ...


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