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September Yard of the Month

By Staff

Homeowner: Marc Cadez. Address: 2603 Partridge Court. Walk around the yard: The landscape of the September Yard of the Month, the final winning yard of the 2011 season, is meticulously maintained by Gary Wuster and his daughter Julie ...


Drip: Oct. 15, 2011

By Staff

OUTDOOR FAUCET LEAK CHECK: Now is the time to check your outdoor faucets for leaks. Fix them now before freezing temperatures force more extensive repairs. The Drought Response Information Project (DRIP) is a collaboration by the ...


Sustainability: Oct. 15, 2011

By Adele Israel

Research is essential to every aspect of developing greener, cleaner alternative vehicles. “Basic research is what feeds the innovation pipeline,” said Eric Isaacs, director of the Argonne National Laboratory in ...


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Winterize your garden to be ready for next year

By Rachel Sauer

Like the people who plant them, every garden is different, a living organism with personality and heart. And, at this time of year, drooping eyelids. Winter is coming. It’s time for gardens to sleep. And it’s time for home ...


Homegrown: Oct. 15, 2011

By Dennis Hill

I have a severe infestation of flea beetles on my tomatoes and potatoes. I spray with Sevin and also with an organic spray called Pyola, which seems to slow them down for a while but doesn’t really do anything about getting rid of ...


For the record: Oct. 15, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS Delta County Memorial Hospital Timothy and Alisha Buchser, Austin, a son, Sept. 25. Wayne and Crystal Sharkey, Delta, a daughter, Sept. 30. Luis D. Huerta and Euella Barajas, Delta, a son, Oct. 1. Raymond Calhoun and Katrina ...


Seriously, science?  Why do you have to stress us out like that?

By Staff

Science takes itself entirely too seriously. I have not figured out if that is because the study of science makes people serious or whether serious people study science.      Either way, everyone in science is way too ...


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GJ’s Weinberg moves easily into No. 1 singles final

By Staff

DENVER — Naturally, Spencer Weinberg did his thing, keeping his cool while delivering one pinpoint shot after another. And although Grand Junction’s doubles teams experienced an up-and-down ride during the second day of action ...


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Dennis’ strong all-around game helps Grand Junction defeat Montrose

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Montrose had Grand Junction in a corner Friday night, but the Tigers came out fighting. The Indians, ranked sixth in Class 4A, made several plays to keep themselves close, but it wasn’t enough against the top-ranked team in Class ...


Prep volleyball scores, Oct. 14, 2011

By Staff

Fruita Monument 3, Montezuma-Cortez 1 Friday at Cortez Fruita def. Cortez 25-17, 19-25, 25-23, 25-14. Team highlights — Kills: FM— Teddi Larson 13, Eiley Durham 7. Blocks: FM— Ashley Martin 4, Jordan Eatwell 3. Assists: ...


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