Published on Thursday, February 20 2014 10:50
Gary and Sandra Secrest of Los Alamos, New Mexico, visited Lyons over the weekend, but were disappointed to have missed the last basketball game of the season, thinking it would be Friday, but was held on Thursday night. Gary, a great sportsman while in school (class of 1969), is the third son of Lloyd and Betty Secrest, who operated Lloyd’s Barber Shop for forty-one years (1950-1991), while
Published on Thursday, February 20 2014 10:44
Hope you had a Happy Valentine’s Day! It was nice that Mayama furnished babysitting for parents so they could have the “night out.” A great gesture ($20 per child with fun, snacks, and good care); so thank you. Ken Wajda had some good movies at the Lyons Cinema &
Published on Thursday, February 13 2014 13:24
IN MEMORY OF MERLE DEAN JOHNSON, March 29, 1930-February 10, 1999, by his family: Wife-Dorothy (Schlagel) Johnson, Children-Michael & Shari (Tennant) Johnson, children Sara and Keifer; and Pam and Andy Maestas, children AJ and Angela and Chris Hale of Aurora and one great grandson, Jack..
We fondly remember Merle, long-time area surveyor; a 1948 graduate of Lyons High School, with classmates-James Brodie,
Published on Sunday, February 16 2014 08:18
Taylor Radio Headlines In The Tree House! Sat., Feb. 15, 7:30 pm
Spirit Hound Distillers, 4196 Ute Highway (66), 303-823-5696
Comida Food Truck will be serving their tasty eats & we will have a new Lover's Punch that will keep you warm from head to toe!
And always, on Thursdays we host Open Mic Night & Potluck starting at 7 p.m.
Published on Thursday, February 13 2014 10:47
Chilly outside? Nothing warms like a steaming bowl of soup. If thoughts of a cozy and comforting pot of soup make you hungry, here is a recipe that's short on time, but long on flavor and satisfaction.
Forget about a tedious ingredient list and lots of simmering time.
Published on Thursday, February 13 2014 13:25
Another cold week gone by. Around five to ten degrees below freezing. Several have had their pipes freeze. Be sure to let the water drip a little. Doesn’t take much, but you need some water circulating. We have had a hard winter, and on top of the flood. Woe is us! (Editor’s note: grammatically, I believe “Woe are we” is correct)
Published on Thursday, February 13 2014 10:43
Smiling with glee at the tickle of a toe, flying paper airplanes in the wind and jumping rope in the schoolyard are all signs of a happy and healthy childhood. Yet millions of children worldwide lack access to the nutrients