Published on Thursday, March 06 2014 08:55
Another week gone by. Cold, icy, and now nice. That is Colorado. We can be lucky we don’t live back east. Time for LHS track and baseball so we need some good weather.
THE FLOOD: The only good thing I can think of about the flood, is that it helped us get acquainted with our neighbors, with others about town, with FEMA folks throughout the world (such as Maryland, Puerto Rico, Oklahoma), with state and county folks, with those from neighboring towns, with volunteers groups, etc. It has brought people together,
Published on Thursday, March 06 2014 08:51
By Mary Chase
In recent years yoga has become very mainstream and incredibly popular. There are numerous emotional and physical benefits to stretching that can benefit your cardiovascular, resistance training, and general physical wellbeing. So what are they, and why should you jump on the stretching/flexibility bandwagon?
The American College of Sports Medicine recommends at least one flexibility workout per week. Now there are people who practice yoga and stretching more often than that,
Published on Thursday, March 06 2014 08:31
By David McIntyre, Lyons Bluesologist
I recently sat down with my favorite musical couple, Taylor and Bonnie Sims. There was so much going on in their collective careers that I wanted to get it straight from their lips.
Let’s start with how they arrived on the local music scene. In 2003 Taylor relocated from Texas to Gunnison Colorado to work on a ranch there. He and Alex Johnstone and Chris Elliott started playing music together and a bond began. They moved back to Texas and with Jessica Smith recorded their first CD there as Spring Creek bluegrass band.
Published on Thursday, March 06 2014 08:32
The Lyons Garden Club is now moving forward with plans to begin cleaning-up and restoring of some landscape areas in town that were damaged during the flood. While some planting areas were severely damaged, there are others, which can be returned to their former beauty with just a little T.L.C., and the help of volunteers.
Published on Thursday, March 06 2014 08:29
Although the ship anchored near Loreto around 7:30 a.m., Bob and I put off going ashore until after an early lunch. Other passengers chose the beach, the aquarium, a clambake, or the daylong trip to San Javier Mission. We planned to meet our private guide outside the oldest mission church of Baja California for a tour of a resort community eight miles away.