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Erin McIntyre

Send your old stuff to a new home

I’m desperately trying to un-stuff our house this year. We have too much stuff. Who doesn’t? In honor of Earth Day next week, I’m trying to find ways to reduce, re-use and ...


Dennis Hill

Late summer, fall is best for moving irises, but now is OK

When can I transplant my irises? I would like to move them, and would like to know when is the best time. — Sherry The best time to transplant iris is from mid-August into October. ...


David Goe

On the Goe: Record Store Day can restore industry soul

In ridiculous music news, have you heard about the release plans for the upcoming Wu-Tang Clan album? For its new, secretly recorded double album “The Wu — Once Upon A Time In ...


Rick Jussel

No playoffs, so Nuggets look to draft

The NBA regular season ends tonight. Playoffs will start Saturday and, in case you missed it, the Denver Nuggets will be vacationing as the San Antonio Spurs — won’t Tim Duncan ...


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Dave Buchanan

Springtime in the Rockies, and a splendid 
day at Edesia

A quick turn March 30 around Edesia 2014, which subtitles itself “A Palisade Culinary, Wine and Spirits Adventure,” revealed a lively crowd intent on making the best of a windy day ...


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Sherida Warner

Future is now for digitally printed fabrics

April Cobb, the owner of Modern Yardage in South Jordan, Utah, can see the future. And she’s not wasting any time in making her vision for the fabric industry a reality. Only one year ...


Tom and Tara Suplizio

Cranial cruciate ligament tear a common pet injury

Limping or lameness is one of the more common medical problems encountered by dog owners and veterinarians. Often, determining the origin of lameness poses a difficult and frustrating ...


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Erin McIntyre

Purple mustard may be a weed, but it’s a sure sign of spring

Since I first collected bouquets of purple “flowers” with grubby little-kid fingers, I’ve had a place in my heart for this weed. The harbinger of spring, purple mustard, ...


Dennis Hill

Growing peonies in valley not too tough

When I lived in Maryland, I loved growing tree peonies. I noticed they are listed in your nursery catalog. What special needs do they have in the Grand Valley? — A reader Tree peonies ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Corner is biggest need in draft for Broncos

The National Football League draft, usually a mid- to late-April event, has been moved back to May 8-10. The NFL says it was because there was a conflict in available dates for the Radio City ...


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