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  • Pet of the week: Clyde

    Name: Clyde Owner: Anne Weekley Clyde's story: He is 20 years old. He has been more like a dog as he fetches his toys and sits up and begs and is awake all day and by your side, which are not cat traits. He had a sister Bonnie who went to Cat Heaven this past January. He is full of life and fun!! 
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  • Around the House: Moisture if trouble for walls

    Dear Ken: My house is 85 years old and the basement walls are crumbling. What can I do about this? By the way, we installed gutters several years ago. - Carey Answer: That would have been my first suggestion. The concrete walls in these older houses are challenging. First, the concrete mixture was probably short on cement and long on sand....

  • Host first holiday party like a champ

    Hosting your first holiday party can be similar to public speaking and going to the dentist - anxiety-provoking. There are so many bits and pieces to consider that forgoing the whole kit and caboodle might sound like a better idea. "I realize how nervous people get," said Michelle Talarico, owner of Cravings Five Star Events. "I can throw 30...

  • Looking for gardening gifts? Here are some ideas sure to grow a smile

    Poinsettias or amaryllis plants often come to mind as holiday gifts for our gardener friends, but what about something more interesting or practical? Independently owned, local nurseries are a great resource for unique garden treasures. There are several outstanding garden centers in town that carry gift items to delight the gardener. Here...

  • Bargain-hunting can lower renovation costs

    FORT COLLINS - I've never visited the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel in Denver, but I can pretend. That's because I have a stainless steel soaking tub in my master bathroom that's made by the same company that built the custom tub for the Four Seasons spa. It's not that I have a limitless budget, but I temper my expensive taste in bathrooms...

  • Give your pet something unexpected over holidays

    et owners looking to launch the next Internet sensation or simply longing for a new view of their dog's dashing and digging won't have to shop for long to find the perfect holiday gift. Wrap up a dog harness that holds GoPro's durable cameras and watch Frisbee fetching, lazy lap naps and every memory in between come alive. The Fetch dog...

  • Holiday gifts for the home and garden

    Gifts for the home and the home gardener are handier, speedier and more efficient than ever. Not only that, they're more colorful and often just plain cute. In the kitchen, coffee makers grind and brew whole bean blends in one operation and George Foreman grills now have removable grills for cleaning. And how cool is this hot idea: TEMPerfect...

  • LED lights the next big thing in holiday lighting

    hursday might say Thanksgiving on the calendar, but it's also unofficially known as "the national it's OK to turn your lights on day," said Brian Zakavec, owner of High Altitude Holiday Lighting. That gives you five days to locate the boxes of lights, unsnarl them, check that they work and string them along the rooftop and trees. It also...

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