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Charlé Thibodeau

Owning a horse requires compassion, responsibility

I received a very nice email a few weeks ago while we were experiencing the desert’s onslaught of summer heat. I appreciate this gentleman’s compassion toward an animal’s ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, July 12, 2015

IT IS COMMON KNOWLEDGE THAT WHEN ONE TYPES IN ALL CAPS, THEY ARE SAID TO BE SHOUTING. Sorry, I know how annoying that can be to read, but I wanted to give a shout-out to one of my faithful ...

Gary McCallister

Why yardwork is dangerous to your health

My wife thinks I should do some work in the yard. I don’t deny that there is work in the yard to do. I question the wisdom of doing it. It is far more complicated than just one ...

David Goe

On The Goe: A wild DJ wedding experience at Wild Bunch Ranch

With the snow-capped San Juan Mountain Range in the background, the reception was picturesque. Snatched right out of the pages of a Colorado wedding magazine, the Wild Bunch Ranch was the ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: To win in daily fantasy baseball, bet against Rockies

I was sitting at the bar (imagine that) and struck up a conversation with the guy seated next to me. It had to do with baseball because we were watching Mike Trout trying to make contact ...

Steve Beauregard

A road trip less spoiled

Summer vacation is designed for parents to enjoy that period of time from the end of the school year to the start of the next one, which, in the case of District 51, is five days. Many of you ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, July 5, 2015

Snap! Crackle! Pop! Echoes of last night’s fireworks? The noise coming from your Sunday morning breakfast cereal? Nope, its just my bones and joints as I crawl out of bed during a very ...

Gary McCallister

Enjoying your own rockets’ red glare

“O say can you see, by the dawn’s early light, What so proudly we hail’d at the twilight’s last gleaming, Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous ...

Erin McIntyre

Get rid of garden problems before they grow

When July arrives, my garden reaches a crossroads. If things have gone well and I’ve kept on top of maintenance, after the intense furnace-blast heat dies down a little, the garden is ...

Dennis Hill

Best way to get rid of grass is with a herbicide

I have a 15-foot by 30-foot area of grass I would like to convert into a vegetable garden next season. What is a safe and effective way to get rid of all that grass? Is rototilling that whole ...

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