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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 ...


Erin McIntyre

When it comes to being connected 
to your food, you can’t be a chicken

I came home from a trip to find one of my favorite chickens not acting quite right. Kata, who is usually the friendliest of the flock and eagerly comes when I call her, had her head cocked at ...


Dennis Hill

Dike could keep excess water from tree’s roots

Seven years ago, we bought a flowering crabapple tree and planted it. Two sides of it are next to a farmer’s irrigated hay field. The ground around the tree has now settled, making a ...


Gary McCallister

At least 65 percent of this column isn’t true

I can honestly say that at least 10 percent of every column I write is true. Quite often, the truth exceeds even that. I tried writing a column once that was 100 percent true, but it was so ...


Steve Beauregard

Sometimes the perfect Father’s Day gift is nothing

“What do you want for Father’s Day?” she asks. It’s a question without a good answer. You can’t tell her the truth: “A guys’ weekend in Vegas,” ...


Rock Cesario

There’s plenty to see and do this summer for music festival fans

As much as I love music, I have to admit I am not much of a music festival guy. Even though I am a big fan of The Allman Brothers Band and the Grateful Dead, I haven’t attended any ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Rox could be buyers, not sellers at MLB trade deadline

Some things you may care about — or not — as summer gets ready to debut. ■ CarGo and Tulo have made strides recently for the Colorado Rockies, with Carlos Gonzalez climbing ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, June 14, 2015

YOUR TOWN A SAMPLING OF WHAT’S GOING ON IN THE COMMUNITY Perhaps you’re familiar with Sneak Some Zucchini onto Your Neighbors’ Porch Day (SSZOYNPD), that is celebrated each ...


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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