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Dennis Hill

Some favorites to consider for areas where it’s hard to grow

I have a strip of dirt about 4-feet wide on the southeast side of my deck. Grass doesn’t do well there (I’ve replanted twice). The strip is shaded most of the day by plums and pecan ...


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Erin McIntyre

Arcieri family continues flower tradition on Orchard Mesa farm

These hands bear the evidence of hard work. These hands are cracked at the fingertips — they are tiny fissures that sting and don’t quite heal in the wet weather, but the work has ...


Gary McCallister

Proof animals more interested in loving than fighting

It’s nearly June, which leads me to reflect on weddings.
I didn’t choose to reflect on weddings. It was forced on me by the cascade of articles and advertisements about ...


Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Each generation as good music (though we know whose is best)

Michael: Harold, don’t you have any other music, you know, from this century? Harold: There is no other music, not in my house. Michael: There’s been a lot of terrific music in ...


Steve Beauregard

Welcome, JUCO teams! Sorry we don’t have fans with timers

Dear JUCO fans, players and visitors, Welcome to the 58th annual JUCO World Series, brought to you by Alpine Bank, which reminds you that the free doughnuts offered on Saturdays at the Horizon ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Former pitchers haunt Rockies with good seasons elsewhere

Aaron Harang is one of the best pitchers in baseball this season. The 6-foot-7, 260-pound right-hander has a 4-3 record so far with a terrible Philadelphia Phillies team. The 37-year-old ...


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Dave Buchanan

Everywhere you turn in this wine country, signs proclaim ‘Save Lugana’

PESCHIERA D/GARDA (VR) Italy ­— From the 243-foot-high tower of San Martino della Battaglia just south of Lake Garda, a visitor can look across the softly rolling tablelands where ...


Charlé Thibodeau

Some dog breeds deserve a life beyond an enclosure

I have boarded my horse at my son’s acreage along the Colorado River for the past six months. It is a quiet area nestled back on a dead-end road. Every morning and evening as I go to ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 17, 2015

Have you ever been in two places at once? It’s quite easy to do. For instance, I can be folding piles of laundry at home on a cool, rainy afternoon, while in my mind, I’m on a ...


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Erin McIntyre

Hoophouses save the garden from havoc

There is nothing more frustrating than working hard on your garden, only to discover that something came in the night and ruined everything. I’m looking at you, stupid deer. Yeah, ...


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