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Tom and Tara Suplizio

Cranial cruciate ligament tear a common pet injury

Limping or lameness is one of the more common medical problems encountered by dog owners and veterinarians. Often, determining the origin of lameness poses a difficult and frustrating ...

Erin McIntyre

Purple mustard may be a weed, but it’s a sure sign of spring

Since I first collected bouquets of purple “flowers” with grubby little-kid fingers, I’ve had a place in my heart for this weed. The harbinger of spring, purple mustard, ...

Dennis Hill

Growing peonies in valley not too tough

When I lived in Maryland, I loved growing tree peonies. I noticed they are listed in your nursery catalog. What special needs do they have in the Grand Valley? — A reader Tree peonies ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: Corner is biggest need in draft for Broncos

The National Football League draft, usually a mid- to late-April event, has been moved back to May 8-10. The NFL says it was because there was a conflict in available dates for the Radio City ...

Steve Beauregard

Anyone have a beverage I can enjoy?

It’s Day 32 without alcohol, and I’m doing perfectly fine. My mental state is calm, peaceful and — I TOLD YOU NOT TO BOTHER DADDY WHEN HE’S ON THE COMPUTER! Sorry about ...

Erin McIntyre

It’s time to take the trash test

Ah, spring. Birds chirping, forsythia bursting into golden bloom, bright green willows leafing out, violent wind ripping shingles off the house, and ... spring cleaning. Where did spring ...

Sherida Warner

Goal to compete in full bloom with ‘Heralds of Spring’

Whorls of golden daffodils trumpet the message, tulips,  crocuses and irises echo the announcement and delicate lilies of the valley, too, proclaim that the season of rebirth has ...

Dixie Burmeister

Honey heaven: Get ready for Palisade’s International Honeybee Festival

Trees are blooming, honeybees are busily buzzing as visions of local fruits, vegetables and sweet honey come to mind. It is nearly time for the Palisade International Honeybee Festival, which ...

David Goe

On the Goe: The Knew caps trifecta of good food, craft beer, live music

There is an episode of “Seinfeld” in which George Costanza goes for the trifecta: a combination of his three favorite things — television, food and sex — in one ...

Sherida Warner

Series of creative events boosts artistic expression

I once created a series of small art quilts based on the same theme — a dragonfly — but each was made with a different element of design, perspective, border treatment or specialty ...

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