Published on Thursday, April 03 2014 11:59
Spring is here, and Spring Break. The weather is good, the crocuses (or is it croci?) are blooming, and the town is recovering. All seem to be doing fairly well.
Tuesday was April Fools’ Day, but this is certainly no joke. We say farewell to Mayor Julie, and Trustees Kirk Udovich and Sandy Banta who are retiring from the Town Board. They are invaluable, and will certainly be
Published on Thursday, April 03 2014 11:45
Debris has been removed, repairs are being made, piles of dirt are being moved, tickets are being sold, and the lineups are set. Things are slowing getting back to “normal” for the hardworking crew over at the Planet. Let the festival season begin!
Planet Bluegrass is proud to announce the complete single-day lineup for the 41st Annual Telluride
Published on Thursday, March 27 2014 08:38
By Mary Chase
This time of year I often hear the phrase, “I just want to get outside to workout. The gym is a winter activity for me.” I cannot tell you how much I love to run in the warm spring sun; however, there is another important factor to remember.
Published on Thursday, March 27 2014 12:18
Hi everyone! Spring has arrived. The Garden Club’s daffodils are popping up, and will be blooming soon (our thanks to that group of hard workers). They say most of the beds going east of town were washed out with the flood, and they have to start over. Send your donation to this group (P.O. Box 49) to help with their expenses. Volunteers to rebuild the stonewalls of the beds are needed. Contact: Lyonsvolunteers.org
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED SAT.
Lots of Volunteers are needed for this Saturday at 9 a.m. The Lyons Volunteers will be focusing on park clean-up. We have work to do in Meadow Park, Bohn Park and a LOT of work to do on the St. Vrain Trail between the Black Bear Hole and the
Published on Thursday, March 20 2014 16:53
Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundso
Sometime during the night, the waters calmed. Before retiring, Bob claimed he had no interest in seeing Guaymas. We’ve traveled in Mexico before so we made this trip mainly for the Dixieland Jazz music. My goal for this port was to find an Internet Café. The ship’s Internet was way too slow and expensive. I again dressed in the dark, had breakfast in the Lido, and
Published on Thursday, March 27 2014 08:46
By Dr. Sara Hart
It’s 2014, and unless you live in Oregon, Washington or Vermont, your insurance-based healthcare is not going to keep you well.
As much as I cringe at the analogy of our bodies being like cars, people inevitably think of themselves that way all the time. The squeaky wheel gets ignored until it’s a screaming or debilitating pain.
Published on Thursday, March 20 2014 14:55
By Ron Gosnell
The organizational meeting for the Lyons Lions Club’s “Adopt a Tree” flood recovery project (the tree planting will take place April 26) is off and running to a great start, thanks to enthusiastic and caring Lyons citizens.