Published on Thursday, February 09 2012 07:00
Wow, what a lot of good wet snow. Just what we needed! However, schools were cancelled. I think the School District has a few “snow” days planned, and we don’t want to endanger the students waiting for the bus or taking them to school in the early morning. We do have to say, Lyons is in the “Banana” Belt, not as much snow, not so cold, nor not much wind, and it melted fast.
Published on Thursday, February 02 2012 07:00
Here it is the first of February, the sweetheart month, sometimes the cold and snowy month. Let’s hope for the best. Lots of activities going on this month, so be sure to participate and join in. Have fun!
DON’T FORGET YOUR VALENTINE!
This Saturday is the Foot ‘n Fiddle Square Dance Club’s 50th Sweetheart Square Dance Ball at the 4-H building in Loveland. A Mr./Mrs. Valentine will be chosen, and Jim and Bonnie Pardy of Lyons (last year’s sweethearts) will crown them.
Published on Thursday, January 19 2012 07:00
A VACATION DAY to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, a pioneer for civil rights, parades, a day off, and all. We honor him. Another cold day, with more snow; although not a lot of snow, we are reminded that winter is still here. The days are getting longer though, so spring is just around the corner!
Published on Thursday, January 26 2012 09:47
It is supposed to snow again this week and again next week. Although not a lot of snow, it gives us some needed moisture. There is a drought in Texas and other states, so be glad when we get some snow. The winds of over 100 mph last week did damage to trees, fences, and roofs, etc. At least it got rid of all that ice, which is the most we can say for it.
Published on Thursday, January 12 2012 07:00
Another week gone by, and cold. Good ice skating weather. Rent skates from the Lyons Parks & Recreation and have fun. Have you made your resolutions for this year?
The Lyons High School was featured on Channel 9 News Monday morning, stating that even though small, Lyons was in the top 3% of the state. The story stated, the Lyons Lions have fewer than 300 students at the high school level, yet it scored an A+ rating from the ColoradoSchoolGrades. Over 80 percent of the students are involved in extra-curricular