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Homegrown: Dividing spring, summer perennials

By Dennis Hill

I have two huge whirling butterfly plants and two lavenders that I need to either move or divide before next year. How and when should this be done? — Carolyn Late September through October is probably the best time to divide spring ...


The world can be as simple or complex as you think it is

By Gary McCallister

Physicists tell us that energy tends to become more random and disorderly. This increasing randomness is called entropy. The second law of thermodynamics deals specifically with energy. But because energy affects atoms and molecules, matter ...


Printed letters, Oct. 5, 2010

By Staff

Large wild horse herds endanger all resources As representatives of conservation districts in northwestern Colorado, we want to call attention to a serious natural resource problem in our state and across the West. The Bureau of Land ...


Denny photo

Retirement allows passion for photography to fly high

By Denny Herzog

Retirement,  the all-knowing “they” say, is when one turns in alarm clocks for no clocks, dress shirts for polo shirts, dress slacks for jeans, wingtips for sneakers, and vocation for avocation. In my case, it meant trading ...


Vote ‘No’ on Amendment 63

By The Daily Sentinel

Voters across the country are angry about Obamacare, and those in Colorado are no exception. So many people may be eager to vote for Amendment 63, which prohibits the state, either independently or at the behest of the federal government, from ...


E-mail letters, Oct. 4, 2010

By Staff

Ballot measures may cause federal intrusion As a local business person who has pondered Proposition 101, Amendments 60 and 61 with great intensity, I’d like to offer my own conclusions: In it’s basic logic it’s sound. That ...


Judge: No bond for teen held in friend’s shooting death

By Paul Shockley

A 16-year-old Clifton boy accused in the shooting death of his friend was ordered held without bond after a prosecutor today aired fresh allegations of drug use inside his family’s home, while suggesting the boy is enamored with firearms ...


Construction begins today at 23 and G roads

By {screen_name}

A portion of 23 Road south of G Road will be closed for the next three or four days as Grand Junction city crews complete a sewer construction project. Motorists should use Long Acre and Tall Grass drives as detour routes. 23 Road remains ...


Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results October 4, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - October 4, 2010 Triple Three - 9 Hole Winners 2nd and 3rd Flight 1st Lyn Fraser 2nd and 3rd Flight T2nd Dixie ...


100410 Cornes mojo

Former homeless student donates bowls to annual luncheon

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

At 34 years old, David Cornes one day found himself without a job or a home, plus no idea as to what to do next with his life. He had been working as a driver for a mining company in Gypsum, before he lost his job and things began taking a ...


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