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Charlé Thibodeau

Although beautiful, beware of Colorado’s deadly flowers

When my father retired from his career in Denver, he purchased the land in Peagreen that my family homesteaded when they came West in the early 1900s. It was a period of time for dad to step ...


Dennis Hill

Plants could be suffering from winter drought

We are fairly new to the valley and are having a problem with some boxwoods we planted next to our house a couple years ago. Our home faces south but we have two globe willows that shade the ...


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Erin McIntyre

Slugs taking over in Seattle-like weather

It’s nice to see what it’s like to garden in the Pacific Northwest. Lately, that’s what it has felt like in the Grand Valley, with all the rain we’ve received in the ...


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Gary McCallister

Fascinating study of knowing what you don’t know

Humans engage in some fascinating activities. Most of them make no sense, but I guess that is what makes them fascinating. Like the health industry. What are we trying to do? What is health but ...


David Goe

On the Goe: Tips to enjoy weekends of music

Coming off the high that was the Grand Junction Off Road and Downtown Art + Music Festival, I’m more excited than ever to see what the summer holds for live music. June alone is ...


Steve Beauregard

A drop in the bucket (list) can draw ire

We all have something we wish to accomplish before we die. I’m talking about a bucket list that may include, for example, running a marathon, or visiting a beautiful wonder of the world, ...


Dave Buchanan

North Fork Uncorked a neat treat

This spring, I seem to have been traveling around with a gray cloud overhead. It’s not that I’m depressed or troubled by anything, but it’s hard for even me to stay ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, June 7, 2015

Today we are revisiting last week’s topic that focused on “taking a stand.” For me, it wasn’t about feeling trendy or wanting to get healthy. I was tired of sitting and ...


Erin McIntyre

Don’t fall for that bad gardening advice

One of the things about being a master gardener that annoys me is the vast amount of terrible gardening advice that exists. I didn’t anticipate this. It’s especially bad on the ...


Dennis Hill

Wet, humid weather hits sycamore with anthracnose

We have a big old sycamore tree in our yard, and it just looks awful this spring. There are hardly any leaves, and the ones that were coming out are drying up. Did the tree freeze this spring, ...


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