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Erin McIntyre

Waiting on the brunt of the witch egg

Little did I know that the world of urban chicken farming would bring such surprise and superstition. It seems that chicken behavior and, well, anything associated with chickens has provided ...

Sherida Warner

Quilter designs alphabet patterns to the letter

Like mystery writer Sue Grafton, who titles each book in her best-selling series alphabetically — “A is for Alibi,” “E is for Evidence,” “T is for ...

David Goe

On the Goe: KAFM hopes to liven scene at Radio Room

For KAFM’s 15th anniversary year, the community radio station is wasting no time getting the celebration started. Cash Kiser, KAFM’s event and outreach coordinator, is kicking off ...

Steve Beauregard

Sorry. ‘My Little Pony’ just tackled the Broncos

I fondly remember a few years back, when my daughter was 1, and how patiently I tried to help her learn to speak. The way she mis-enunciated sounds was sweet and adorable and makes me wish I ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: Fly on the wall sees Peyton preparing for game vs. S.D.

It is dark in the hallway. Not a sound. But wait ... whirring, a low vibration. The tiny fly that hangs out on walls of this Dove Valley complex decides to check out the sound and a bit of ...

Rick Jussel

Broncos must stop Chargers’ run game

Ahh, yes, here we are smack in the middle of the frozen tundra that is National Football League playoff football. The first round of the playoffs gave us wintery conditions in Philadelphia (12 ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: Some musings during Denver’s well-earned playoff bye week

Bronco bits ‘n’ pieces with another week to prepare for ... ... the Indianapolis Colts (a nice piece of revenge), or those annoying San Diego Chargers (they somehow baffle Peyton ...

Sherida Warner

Local machine expert stays plugged in to quilting

Today’s digitized embroidery machines are so sophisticated that once you’ve programmed a design into them, they’ll stitch on their own while the operator tends to mundane ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Jan. 5, 2014

January has a tendency to lean toward blasé when it comes to color. Think back to November, a month that holds on to the last of autumn’s vivid gold and vibrant yellows, before ...

Erin McIntyre

Hawaiian islands transformed over time by a queen

In the valley between the Pacific Ocean and the Lawa’i Valley cliffs, on Kauai’s south shore, lies a garden treasure. This magical place is an ethereal jungle, carefully designed to ...

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