Published on Thursday, March 26 2015 14:06
Priscilla Cohan and Cathy Rivers, the driving forces behind the community mosaic art project known as The Clarifier Project, are moving forward toward a finished product, and together with David Bailey of Urban Oasis Designs presented their progress, goals, and a conceptual site plan to the Board of Trustees at last week’s workshop.
Published on Thursday, March 26 2015 13:50
Opal B. Bryan, 87, of Lyons passed away on Friday, March 20, at Life Care Center of Longmont. She was born May 20, 1927 in Guthrie Center, IA to Ellis and Minnie (Hoepner) Brady. Opal married Melvin N. Bryan on February 17, 1951 in Audubon, IA. They moved to Longmont, in 1952, and then to Lyons, in 1955. Opal was a member of the Lyons Methodist Church.
Published on Thursday, March 19 2015 10:08
Roads Traveled by Linda L Omundson
What comes to mind when considering a trip to Utah, The Great Salt Lake, Mormon Temple, and national parks? We’ll look here at some Utah attractions. Let’s say you can only visit Salt Lake City; consider these sites within the city or nearby.
We lived in Salt Lake City from 1983 to 1985. While there, I served as a docent at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts on the University of Utah campus. The museum offers a permanent collection of art objects from classical to contemporary including its signature piece, Walking Buddha. It holds fifteen special exhibits each year. One year they exhibited
Published on Thursday, March 19 2015 10:15
It’s that time of year again, Spring, which means it’s time for the yearly Lyons 9Health Fair!
This year’s fair will be held on Saturday, April 18, from 7 a.m. to noon, at the Lyons High School gym. This will be our seventh year bringing this event to Lyons, and each year we offer more screenings and information regarding your health. All the medical screenings are free, and if you choose to have blood tests done that day, there is a minimal charge; usually less than your insurance co-pay! We will
Published on Thursday, March 19 2015 10:05
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. Her opinions are hers, and do not necessarily reflect those of the entire Board of Trustees.
Hi you all! It was St. Patrick’s Day on Tuesday, and I celebrated by a “Wearin’ of the Green.” We should all be proud of our Irish ancestry and celebrate with the Celtics at Oskar Blues. This is the day to remember the fight the Irish had; why they came to America; how thousands of those who had a small infraction were shipped to Australia. Yes, read the