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Transition outdoor living space from summer to fall and winter

Autumn is upon us, with summer a memory and Old Man Winter not far away. Now is a perfect time to spruce up the garden for fall and beyond. 61 more words

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Stolen gun selfies lead law enforcement to Colorado smash-and-grab thief

H/T The Denver Post.

It is a shame this dumb-ass could not get any more time due to his stupidity. 

Viet Trinh faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted on federal gun charges.

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End of summer propagation projects: save seeds, take cuttings

As August winds down, many gardens are revved up. Now is an ideal time to collect some seeds for next season and take some cuttings to propagate over winter. 133 more words

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Orange flowers juice up any garden

When your garden needs a fresh pop of color, consider adding orange flowers.

Orange and green are complimentary colors on the color wheel, meaning that they contrast with one another perfectly. 116 more words

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A Voice of Colorado No. 220 Version 5.0:

In June 2017, nine people were laid off from THE (DENVER) POST, including five in management. One Human Resources employee who had been with the newspaper thirty years was dismissed, as was a mailroom employee hired in 1972. 145 more words

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A Voice of Colorado No. 96 Version 5.0:

While writing the substantial post about the actions, behaviors, and choices of a now-former employee of THE (DENVER) POST there was concern on my part as to the response it might receive. 245 more words

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Indy 500 Champ Sato 'Respects' Denver Post's Firing Of Writer

NEW YORK (AP) – There is no rest for Indianapolis 500 champion Takuma Sato, and that’s OK.

Still ecstatic on Tuesday at his new place in history as… 519 more words

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