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Dennis Hill

Old ash tree dying slowly, what are the possibilities?

We have a more than 20-year-old ash tree that has been slowly dying back for about six years. Originally, the tree was very plush and about 20 feet tall. Beginning about five years ago, the ...

David Goe

On the Goe: Coldplay’s ‘Ghost Stories’ has new insight

Due out this Monday, May 19, is one of 2014’s most hotly anticipated albums from one of music’s more reliable outfits, Coldplay. “Ghost Stories,” the band’s sixth ...

Rick Jussel

Mark it down: Ball will run Broncos back into Super Bowl

The draft is past. Free agency, for the most part, has passed. The die is cast. Denver’s Broncos, with the Johns at the helm, are on their way to being once again the best team in the ...

Tom and Tara Suplizio

Lyme disease among top concerns in increase of ticks

Tick populations appear to be on the rise, both here in Colorado and across the nation. Epidemiology experts have noticed a dramatic rise in tick populations in the last 10 years. ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 11, 2014

Mother, may I take you to lunch? Yes, you may. Can I buy you some flowers? Tsk, tsk. You didn’t say “mother, may I.” Darn. Mother, may I offer you this lovely knickknack ...

Dennis Hill

These wildflowers are worth hitting the road to see

I’m always reminded of car trips this time of year, when the wildflowers begin their gorgeous displays. When I was a kid, we didn’t have a DVD player in the car to entertain us on ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: Draft questions start at top

Drum roll, please. For your enjoyment, the National Football League draft — all three days of it. Yes, it’s two weeks later than usual, but better late than never and more ...

Dave Buchanan

Tasters barrel into spring at first part of limited event

A decidedly chilly spring weekend welcomed the first installment of the Grand Valley Winery Association’s two-part 2014 Barrel into Spring wine tasting. The second weekend, which already ...

Sherida Warner

Quilt artist extracts inspiration from the abstract

Are you familiar with the term “abstract landscapes?” Hmm. Sounds like an oxymoron, you say? That’s what Shirley Gisi thinks, too, yet she admires some oil paintings of the ...

Erin McIntyre

Amending dirt key for a healthy soil

It’s time you got the dirt on dirt. I mean, soil. The first rule about dirt is that gardeners call it “soil.” And achieving and maintaining a garden plot with beautiful soil ...

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