More than 114 runners and walkers recently participated in the 8th Annual Allenspark Run Like the Wind 5K.
Jonathan Mucci and Lily Tomasula Martin won the Distant Harbors Award, presented to the top finishers in the men and women’s category.


Identity theft. Just the phrase is scary. But there are easy and practical things you can do to make it less scary, and much less likely to happen to you. That is why  next Wednesday, July 27, at 6:30 p.m., the Lyons Regional Library is offering a one-time program on how to avoid identity theft, recognize fraud and

The Internal Revenue Service announced that the publicly available data on electronically filed Forms 990 will now be available for the first time in a machine-readable format through Amazon Web Services (AWS). The publicly available data does not include donor information or other personally identifiable information. Today’s launch of this effort marks an important step forward in access to this important public data.

For centuries before the photographic camera was invented there was the camera obscura (Latin for “dark room”). The camera obscura is an optical device that consists of a box or room with a lens or a hole in one side allowing light from the outside to pass through projecting the outside scene onto a surface


By Linda L. Osmundson

In the past, women have conquered many obstacles and succeeded in their fields of choice. Women artists were no different. In order to sell their works in the early days, they seldom signed their own names. They used a made-up name or their husband’s. Why? Because women were not accepted as artists. A daughter was expected to


As we enter into this year’s summer traveling season, Colorado Byways is celebrating its twenty-seventh year of providing a good option for highway travelers who want exceptional scenic, historical, cultural, and recreational opportunities. Uniting communities under a common project, the byways continue to bring people together (both locals and travelers) and connect them with the land. In addition, eleven of Colorado’s twenty-six byways are


Winter can be an especially perilous time to be on the roads. Snow, ice, fog and longer nights present challenges to drivers that can lead to crashes.

People do less driving in winter, yet we have more crashes per mile driven. Some 10,780 people were killed in car crashes

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