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David Goe

Here’s to hoping community takes advantage of The Local

Navigating the local music scene can be hard to do for the completely uninitiated. There are dozens of bands in Grand Junction that go unheard by the masses simply because it’s hard to ...


Rick Jussel

Take heart: Super Bowl L is all Broncos

The 49th version of the Super Bowl will be played Sunday in Glendale, Arizona, on the outskirts of Phoenix. Opera star Renee Fleming will sing the national anthem, jets will fly overhead, and ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Feb. 1, 2015

Are we there yet? Is it just me, or does January seem like a long, drawn-out car ride from your childhood, somewhere on the lonely back roads of Kansas and Nebraska? January drags on ...


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Erin McIntyre

Plant catalogs help you map out your garden

Dew-dropped, undulating shapes beckoned to me from the glossy pages. Jewel-toned silhouettes bulged with juiciness, begging to be touched, tasted and smelled. Staring at these ripe, sumptuous ...


Dennis Hill

Yes, you can grow in this clay soil area

I’ve recently moved to the Western Slope (Montrose) and am wondering if I can start a vegetable garden in this clay soil. How do I start and what should I plant? — Matt Welcome to ...


Dave Buchanan

Wine Openers: Nancy Lewis’ pastel painting chosen at reception for Colorado Winefest

A record turnout and a record number of artists gathered Friday at the Blue Pig Gallery in Palisade for the Colorado Winefest Art Reception, the much-awaited kickoff event for the 2015 Colorado ...


Rick Jussel

Rockies singing same old tune

Shilo, the wonder dog, and I walk every morning, temperatures in the 20s. Many afternoons this particular January, I play golf, temperatures in the low 50s. The ball doesn’t travel very ...


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Erin McIntyre

DESERT DREAMLAND

PHOENIX — It seemed strange to have my head fill with rhyme without reason in the middle of this bizarre landscape. Staring at these whimsical, twisted and thorny plants triggered ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Mulberry tree problems may fix themselves after a while

I’m worried about my mulberry trees. The base on some of them is deformed. What can I do to help this? — Tim The deformity is evidence of some sort of wound heal. The good news ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town: Jan. 25, 2015

It was mid-October last year when I harvested the last of the green tomatoes from the various vines I had growing in my small garden. Nighttime temperatures were dipping and I didn’t ...


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