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Gary McCallister

Odds are that readers will be intrigued by this column

I’m telling you, I am extremely lucky. I just read that the odds of dating a supermodel are 88,000 to 1. Heck, I’m married to one! I assume that I am married to such a good-looking ...


Dennis Hill

Wait, see with ‘sick’ evergreen

We have a “sick” arborvitae on our property. It’s brown at the top and down on the south side. What’s going on and what can we do about it? — ...


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Charlé Thibodeau

If done right, crate training for pets is far from cruel

Visiting a friend the other day, I couldn’t help but notice her outside feline friend curled up inside of a pet carrier situated on the back porch. The sun rays reflecting off the ...


Rock Cesario

Rodney Crowell’s new album release hits on several themes

I first heard Rodney Crowell in 1978 shortly after the release of his debut LP, “Ain’t Living Long Like This.” I was already familiar with the title track and “Leaving ...


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Steve Beauregard

No shoes, no shirt, no children

There’s this snobby restaurant in Mooresville, North Carolina, that recently implemented a “no children” policy. As the parent of 8- and 5-year-olds, you can imagine my ...


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Dixie Burmeister

Butter me up! You can use nutty-tasting brown butter

I recently took a trip with my daughter, Julie, to San Luis Obispo, California, to visit my granddaughter, a student at Cal Poly. While there, we visited some small beach towns and walked the ...


Gary McCallister

Finding my place in an unsettled time

It is always a little dangerous to mix science and politics. This is because science is the study of the material world and, hence, has concrete, verifiable answers. Whereas politics is the ...


David Goe

New initiatives offer appetizer for tech-starved area

When I was a kid growing up in Grand Junction, the idea of being a web developer, or a filmmaker, or a sound engineer was an impossible dream. Those people were like magic to me. Whatever ...


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Steve Beauregard

A poker game, a story and a glass that’s always half-full

My daughter is drinking grape juice out of my special cocktail glass. It’s the one I stole from the Bellagio casino, although let’s not get hung up on the word “stole.” ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, March 26, 2017

An ode to Kmart. My dear friend … we go way back. We met in the summer of 1980. I was new in town and lived a few blocks away. I had just started my new job in The Daily Sentinel ...


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