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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town: Dec. 21, 2014

Christmas, 1981, was difficult at best. It was the year Curly went missing. Curly was a little white ball of fluff I brought home one day, hoping Mom and Dad would let me keep him. And keep ...


Dennis Hill

Cut that tree’s trunk and put it in a stand

What’s the best way to handle my cut Christmas tree? — Bob Once you’ve gotten your cut tree home, cut 2 inches off the bottom of the trunk to allow the tree to take in more ...


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Erin McIntyre

Grandma’s vintage jewelry tree full of memories

I think everyone should have a leg lamp for the holidays. You know, the one from “A Christmas Story?” The glowing, disembodied leg adorned with fringe that Ralphie’s dad ...


Gary McCallister

No amount of scientific predictability can account for miracle of creativity

We all know that life is pretty unpredictable. While some people like surprises, personally, I think unpredictability is highly overrated. It’s often inconvenient and can make one late ...


Steve Beauregard

I’ll keep the change, you can have my dignity

“No, thank you,” I tell the cashier, “I do not want to round up my change to save homeless orphaned animals with breast cancer who are illiterate.” She doesn’t ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Oh, those running Broncos!

Strange, but true … The Dallas Cowboys are 6-0 on the road. They are 3-4 in their glitzy, state-of-the-art home. Losers of 16 games in a row over two seasons, the Oakland Raiders have ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town: Dec. 14, 2014

I didn’t realize how much I detested blinking icicle lights until I hung a small string of them on my front porch last weekend. Designed to replicate the beauty of winter’s chill, ...


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Tom and Tara Suplizio

‘Tis the season to keep an extra eye on your pet

The Christmas season is upon us and with it comes the potential for serious and potentially life-threatening hazards for our pets. Christmas trees, plants, lights, ribbons and other ...


Gary McCallister

Boredom a prerequisite for being a good scientist

The first requirement for being able to do science is time when you have nothing much to do. Free time eventually creates in the human mind a feeling of boredom, and you know what they say ...


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Dave Buchanan

Alfred Eames Cellars enjoying a little family time, a time of transition

PAONIA — The holiday season began quietly at Puesta del Sol and Alfred Eames Cellars, the vineyards and winery south of Paonia on the flank of Mount Lamborn. Here, Eames and Pam ...


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