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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Feb. 5, 2017

Oliver (a.k.a. “Ollie”), was recently diagnosed with a feline thyroid issue that involves twice-a-day medication in the form of a very small pill. Perhaps you are familiar with the ...

Dennis Hill

Best grass types to use in desert, with little water

We have one acre at East Orchard Mesa and no irrigation. What would be the best grass seed to use if we’re only watering with moveable sprinklers? Someone mentioned pasture grass. Is ...

Gary McCallister

The validity of alternative facts in science

ALTERNATE FACTS — I’ve been intrigued by the recent interest in “alternative facts.” For there to be a set of alternative facts, there must be another set of facts from ...

David Goe

Colorful cookbook lifts lid on creative process

Cookbooks typically don’t explore the deep connection between art and music and their effect on food. Even though a chef’s surrounding social environment influences every ingredient ...

Steve Beauregard

Child rearing costs make me long for 1800s

When I heard on CNN that the average cost to raise a child these days is $233,610, I laughed. We spend more than that each year on Legos. It breaks down to about $13,000 a year to raise your ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Jan. 29, 2017

Dear Advice Columnist: There’s some new cookies in town that keep hitting on me. They said they’d be around a couple of months, but are wanting me to hang with them now. They ...

Charlé Thibodeau

Some dogs need some quality leash time

Taking advantage of a warm January day, my daughter and I picked up my granddogs and daughter-in-law for an afternoon outing. The three dogs rushed out the door to greet us, intuitively aware ...

Erin McIntyre

Mushrooms spring to life in Colona

COLONA — In the shadow of the San Juans, near the Cimarron Mountains lies a secret, one that won’t be kept for long because it’s growing so fast. At nearly 7,000 feet in ...

Dennis Hill

Make sure dwarf mistletoe doesn’t kiss tree goodbye

Love your column! The other day my husband and I noticed some mistletoe-looking stuff on our pinyon. Very unattractive stuff — did not inspire any kissing. I know it’s not mistletoe ...

Gary McCallister

Mysterious shift from being a ‘thing’ to being ‘alive’

At some point, “things” become “alive.” No one knows for sure what life is exactly, but only in extreme circumstances do we have trouble telling something that is alive ...

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