Published on Thursday, July 11 2013 06:12
August 4, 1924 – June 28, 2013
Anne M. Sherwood, 88, entered into eternal rest Friday, June 28, 2013 at the Douglas Care Center in Douglas, Wyoming.
Anne was born August 4, 1924 in Boulder, Colorado, the third of four children born to Michael L. Stengel and Mary J. (Schott) Stengel. All of her siblings are deceased. She married Thomas R. Sherwood Sr. on September 20, 1950 in Cheyenne Wyoming. Tom preceded her in death on January 27, 2001. Tom and Anne are survived by three children, Deborah A. Simpson of Douglas, Wyoming, Thomas R. Sherwood Jr. (Connie) of Greeley, Colorado, and Kimberly C. Echols of Louisville, Colorado.
Published on Thursday, July 11 2013 06:05
June 11, 1940 – July 1, 2013
After thirty-seven years in Longmont, Frank M. Namesnik, age 73, passed into eternal life on Monday, July 1, following complications related to heart failure, while visiting friends and family in Warren, Ohio.
Frank was born June 11, 1940, in Warren, to Stephen I. and Magdalena Bahat Namesnik. He was very active in Newton Falls, participating in basketball and drama, as well as achieving Eagle Rank in Boy Scouts. In 1958, he attended
Published on Thursday, July 11 2013 05:02
Wow! Lyons certainly got its taste of what happens when there is a catastrophe. Something new to most of us! The hail last Friday night is said to have ruined about 80% of the roofs in town, nearly 650 homes. At 6 a.m., Saturday morning, the town was full of roofing contractors. The insurance companies have their own repairmen who do the work for the amount the adjuster states, plus your deductible. Then another roofing company comes by “So and so isn’t any good, you should use me.” Now the confusion! Which one do you use? Of course we want the best job done. I guess this is a
Published on Thursday, July 11 2013 05:29
It’s the time of year to spend more time each day outdoors than in. Eating meals outdoors on the patio or at the park is a great way to soak up the sun or relax in the shade and enjoy the season!
Reflexively, we may reach for the sandwiches, chips, pasta salad, juice boxes, and beer. But taking a moment to consider what our bodies might really want, and we just might find our perfect picnic looks completely different.
What is Paleo?
The Paleo diet, short for Paleolithic, is a dietary trend that is changing people’s energy, sense of vitality, digestive
Published on Friday, July 05 2013 07:42
The 37th annual Lyons “Good Old Days” are over and seemed to have gone pretty well, except the big hail storm Friday night. A near calamity to many who were caught all of a sudden with big hailstones pounding their heads. One of the carnival men was taken to the hospital, pounded by the hail, using his body to protect kids. Our thanks to you! Over one hundred were crowded together under the tent and were fearful of it blowing away. It has been years since we had so much hail! Following that hail everything was cancelled for Friday, but recovered on Saturday, and all had a great time.Read more: About Town - July 4, 2013
Published on Thursday, July 11 2013 05:24
With the school year over and summer officially here, kids are spending more time outdoors. Exposure to the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays increases skin cancer risk, which can be dangerous and even deadly. Suffering one or more blistering sunburns in childhood or adolescence more than doubles a person’s chances of developing potentially deadly melanoma later in life. However, skin cancer is highly preventable, and adopting a complete sun protection regimen can drastically reduce skin cancer risk. There are many things parents and caregivers can do to keep children sun-safe, whether they are at camp, the beach, or just in the backyard.
“Children are more sensitive to the sun, and the sun’s rays are strongest during the summer months, when children tendRead more: Keeping Kids “Sun-Safe”
Published on Thursday, July 04 2013 07:51
A Wall Street Journal article recently suggested a vacation to Chautauqua that can take you back to the 1899 era. What is Chautauqua (pronounced shuh-TOK-wa)? Two Methodist men started the “Chautauqua Movement” in 1874 when they searched for a summer school location for religion teachers. They called program the Chautauqua Lake Sunday School Assembly. They discovered a great location in southwestern New York State along the shores of Chautauqua Lake northeast of Jamestown.Read more: Experience A Chautauqua Vacation