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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, ...


Gary McCallister

A simple man tries to avoid complexity this week

It’s all pretty simple, really. ... ..—.—. .-.. . is the word “simple” in Morse code. Note there are only dots and dashes. Simple, huh? One can make almost ...


David Goe

On the Goe: Remaining Lowlands members resurrected as Ruby Horsethief

Last time we checked in on the band Lowlands, it was playing a farewell show at Sabrosa in downtown Grand Junction. The band’s lead singer and guitarist Jeremy Rizer was on his way out ...


Steve Beauregard

Serving up kale at the Golden Arches? That’s 
a big Macstake

I’ve always loved McDonald’s. As kids, peering through the window of our family’s station wagon as it pulled into the parking lot, my brother and I would shout with ...


Tom and Tara Suplizio

It could be food allergies causing your pet to scratch, lick

Nothing bothers a pet owner more than a cat or dog that is constantly scratching, licking and shaking its head. In fact, skin problems are the No. 1 reason owners seek veterinary care. Many ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 10, 2015

Happy Mother’s Day! I celebrate 30 years as a mother this year and, looking back over the years, I realize there are regrets and realizations, and apologies for things I could have done ...


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Erin McIntyre

It’s better to thin garden than leave it alone

One of the hardest things about gardening, for me, is forcing myself to decide what stays or goes. Sometimes Mother Nature does it for me, and I’m grateful. But other times, I have to ...


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