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 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
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 Thursday, February 13 2014 09:22
The inaugural Art on the Green fine art festival will come to historic downtown Lyons, Colorado, on the weekend of July 12 to 13. More than seventy-five intriguing artisans will fill Sandstone Park with their creative and original artwork. A portion of the proceeds from Art on the Green will benefit the Lyons Community Foundation.
The most talented and engaging artists from around the country have been invited to