Hunters Reminded to Plan and Scout Flood-affected Areas

Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) and the United States Forest Service (USFS) are reminding hunters to do their homework in advance of the 2014-15 hunting season.  Due to the September 2013 flood, many areas of the forest in the northeast region of

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Quatour Des Ciels Lumineux

On Sunday, March 16, at 2 p.m., in the Stanley Hotel concert hall the fabulous Quatour des Ciels Lumineux will perform for the first time with the Estes Park Music Festival.

Currently in pursuit of a Masters degree in violin performance at the University of Colorado at Boulder, violinist Nina Fronjian is an active performer and teacher in the Greater Denver area.

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A Last Minute Guide To The Health Insurance Deadline

By Steve Kleiner
All uninsured individuals must apply for health coverage by March 31, 2014, to be in compliance with current health care laws. For applications submitted by March 15, your plan effective date will be April 1. All other

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About Town - March 13, 2014

Another week gone by; a spring snow came last Thursday night and it is now rain and snow this week. It is getting very scary how much snow is in the high country; with hopes that it stays cool this spring and it comes down gradually. Everyone is very skittish and concerned.

VOTE IN THE LYONS TOWN ELECTION!
You can vote in the Town election if you still have your Lyons address or P.O. Box. You should get your ballot by mail in a couple of weeks.  If not, contact Debbie Anthony at the Town Hall.

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About Town - March 6, 2014

Another week gone by. Cold, icy, and now nice. That is Colorado. We can be lucky we don’t live back east. Time for LHS track and baseball so we need some good weather.

THE FLOOD: The only good thing I can think of about the flood, is that it helped us get acquainted with our neighbors, with others about town, with FEMA folks throughout the world (such as Maryland, Puerto Rico, Oklahoma), with state and county folks, with those from neighboring towns, with volunteers groups, etc. It has brought people together,

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Volunteer Tour Guides at the Agricultural Heritage Center

Do you love history? Do you enjoy talking to people? Then Boulder County Parks and Open Space needs your help! We are now accepting applications for volunteer tour guides at the Agricultural Heritage Center in Longmont.

Volunteers teach visitors about life on a Front Range farm between 1900 and 1925, a period of transition

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Get your Stretch On!

By Mary Chase

In recent years yoga has become very mainstream and incredibly popular. There are numerous emotional and physical benefits to stretching that can benefit your cardiovascular, resistance training, and general physical wellbeing. So what are they, and why should you jump on the stretching/flexibility bandwagon?

The American College of Sports Medicine recommends at least one flexibility workout per week. Now there are people who practice yoga and stretching more often than that,

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