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Yard decorations reveal your true personality

By Annie Payne

What do your yard ornaments say about you? Perhaps you remember at Christmas time I revealed that I have a very rare talent. Some might call it a gift. Others, the more incredulous, call it a cheap party trick, but I have yet to meet anyone ...


Aaachooo! Nasal neurons nothing to sneeze at

By Gary McCallister

I fixed a baked potato the other night when my wife was out of town, and it made me sneeze. It isn’t that I am allergic to them. It’s that I like a lot of pepper on them, and the pepper makes me sneeze. It strikes me that sneezing ...


Homegrown: Pond treatments

By Dennis Hill

We have a small pond (about 100 gallons of water)  with a small circulating pump, but would like to put in some kind of water plants, such as water lilies. In the past, algae has been a problem, and we are presently using chlorine tablets ...


Sustainability: Community gardening

By Adele Israel

Rob Breeden is one of a handful of people responsible for launching the new community garden at Canyon View Vineyard Church. For Breeden, the emphasis is definitely on community. “I have a passion for community,” he explained. The ...


Three years for man who dragged dog

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The man who dragged Buddy the dog to death last winter on Colorado National Monument will serve three years in federal prison and then a year of supervised probation. U.S. District Judge Philip A. Brimmer also fined Romero $500 and ordered ...


Religion Briefs, July 31, 2010

By Staff

Prayer, healing center has opened City Church Ministries has opened a prayer and healing center. Services include biblical counseling and hospital prayer and visitation. Prayer times are by appointment only. Call 270-4234 to schedule an ...


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McInnis still owes foundation $300,000

By Charles Ashby

Former congressman Scott McInnis still hasn’t paid the $300,000 he earned for his plagiarized “Musings on Water,” and the foundation that hired him is considering legal action to get it back. Drew Dougherty, executive ...


Suspect in wife’s murder hangs himself in jail

By Amy Hamilton

An inmate accused of stabbing his wife to death in March killed himself in his Mesa County jail cell Thursday night, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Octavio Vargas-Herrera, 25, was jailed on a first-degree-murder ...


E-mail letters, July 30, 2010

By Staff

Voters are done with Tipton and party hacks So, let me get this straight. While Bob McConnell is receiving national level endorsements including Sarah Palin, while he is being interviewed by Time and Red State, Scott Tipton’s campaign ...


Dead inmate identified

By Emily Shockley

Octavio Vargas-Herrera was found dead just before midnight Friday at the Mesa County Jail, according to a press release from the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Vargas-Herrera hanged himself in his cell, according to the release. He ...


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