Published on Thursday, December 19 2013 16:10
By David McIntyre, Lyons Bluesologist
If you haven’t figured it out yet, I love all kinds of music, and this weekend’s line up at Oskars is a perfect example of that. I should clarify that. I don’t really like bebop or heavy metal; metal hurts my ears, and I cannot follow or understand
Published on Thursday, December 19 2013 16:04
High Street Concerts friends and volunteers have been working hard in our beloved Town of Lyons this fall, as we recover and rebuild from the devastation of the Great Flood of 2013. Many of us have suffered great loss, and all have been
Published on Thursday, December 12 2013 13:24
What a cold week! Thirteen degrees below zero! Wow, I hope you kept your water running, your cupboard doors open, your heat up, and continue this days past this freezing weather, as the warmth then drives the cold down to the pipes. Do not let
Published on Thursday, December 19 2013 15:25
Mental Health Partners opened a Drop-in Help Center in Lyons last week to aid residents there who are coping with emotional distress related to the September flooding. This site was selected because Lyons was extremely hard hit by the September flood. In addition, the Lyons facility is near surrounding mountain communities that were also impacted by the
Published on Thursday, December 05 2013 14:38
By Chrystal DeCoster
When the leaping rivers swelled here and serpentined there, neighbors jumped in to help neighbors. On Apple Valley Road, Bertha alone may have saved a number of homes.
All summer she’d sat in the shade behind the garage, semi-retired but still there when needed. But on that infamous night, as the
Published on Thursday, December 12 2013 13:37
Phone Shield Screen Test
Will you engage with me
when we make eye contact?
Or scramble quickly to check out
Published on Thursday, December 05 2013 11:04
By Lyons Bluesologist, David McIntyre
It was 2002 when Dale Katechis had one of his best ideas to date. No it wasn’t moving to Colorado and opening Oskar Blues, or marrying his lovely wife. It was something everybody in the beer industry told him he couldn’t do, and it wouldn’t work; put good craft beer in a can.