Tells the stories of life and people in this unique area, especially focusing on religion, and home and garden topics.
Rachel graduated Brigham Young University with a bachelor of arts in journalism and English.
In addition to The Daily Sentinel, Rachel has been a reporter at The (Fort Smith, Ark.) Southwest Times Record, The (Colorado Springs) Gazette and The (West Palm Beach, Fla.) Palm Beach Post. She also taught English for about two years at a public school in northwest China.
For centuries, in every Christian tradition that observes Lent, pastors and philosophers have smiled brightly and … more
Reality! That most nebulous of concepts that has obsessed philosophers for millennia and distracted legions of … more
Leaf by hand-print leaf, the bare tree slowly blossomed in flamboyant color. … more
The image, posted Feb. 7 to the Garfield County Libraries Facebook page in English and Spanish, shows simple, … more
Honestly, it wasn’t much: three mediocre birds rendered in oils, flying through an insipid sky of puffy, … more
Officials with the Grand Valley Ranger District are seeking public comment about dogs on Nordic trails in Grand … more
Bring on the glitter! And the punch! And the plastic, ivy-wrapped columns of questionable balance! Bring on the … more
Who could refuse no less a dreamy-eyed romantic than John Keats? “Now a soft kiss — aye, by that kiss, … more
Let’s say, just for fun, that the mean of a set of five numbers is 3k. When a sixth number is added to the … more
Mike Reed first picked up a guitar almost 20 years ago, when he was 50. He’s 67 now and comfortable enough … more
I approached my poor, unsuspecting grandfather in the kitchen while he was innocently drying dishes. … more
Time has been kind to Johnny Castle. … more
Authorities have determined a Montrose sheriff’s deputy was justified in his use of force after fatally … more
There’s a scene in the film “Hidden Figures” in which Col. Jim Johnson (played by Mahershala Ali) … more
It’s one thing to have an idea for a business, the “Hey, wouldn’t this be cool? We could do … more
新年快乐, as they say in the Middle Kingdom! Happy new year! … more
Feng Ovak, bless his heart, is not the brightest or luckiest half-orc, half-human to take on an infestation of dire … more
On April 30, 1789, George Washington stood on the second-floor balcony of Federal Hall in New York City. Robert R. … more
Spooky has no official list of duties, but occasionally she can be bothered to do a little door greeting. If she … more
It’s a difficult thing to describe if you’ve never felt it, that sense of submerging between the covers … more