Gary Wayne Walker

Gary Wayne Walker
August 19, 1951 – April 25, 2013
Former Lyons resident Gary Wayne Walker passed away in Hay Springs, Nebraska on April 25, after a three-month battle with cancer. He was sixty-one years old.

Gary was born August 19, 1951, and raised in Springfield, Virginia. He was preceded in death by his parents Virginia Lee and Norman A Walker Jr., and his ex wife Lissa Walker. He is

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Governor’s Invitational Art Show And Sale

Roads Traveled With Linda L. Osmundson

A  Wall  Street  Journal article on Friday, April 19, 2013 discussed the rising prices of women’s art. When thinking of women artists, most people remember Georgia O’Keeffe’s (1887-1996) paintings of landscapes, desert, and especially close-up flowers. Few people realize women

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“A Rather Abrasive Topic”

Ask the Handywoman!

By Kheli Mason, The Handy Woman LLC

Lately I’ve been doing a lot of work with wood. Knotty pine to be exact. Hundreds of board feet of it, making baseboard and door and window molding. It takes a lot of busy work to sand and stain and sand and seal all of this wood, but the results are definitely worth the effort.

You have a lot of time for musing when you are doing this type of task. You have to pay attention and keep an eye on what you are doing as you sand each board with one and sometimes two different grits of sandpaper and maybe even a third in between stain and sealer coats. As I was going about this task, I started thinking about what life was like without sandpaper. I couldn’t

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Preventative Medicine = Affordable Healthcare

Preventative medicine is the key to affordable healthcare.  The more we can work to keep ourselves well, the greater contributors we our to our community.  Many states in the U.S. have taken the steps to license Naturopathic Doctors in order to establish their place in the medical world.  Most primary care doctors are licensed as an MD, which means they have completed medical education within the conventional

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Blessingway

By Janelle Boyington, RM, CPM

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About Town - May 2, 2013

Yesterday was May Day! In the olden days, folks would leave a flower on your doorstep, ring the door bell, and run.  If you caught them, you got a kiss. It would be nice to do that again!

More snow is on the way. However, we have had lovely weather and warm sun to make the flowers bloom.

CONGRATULATIONS to Lyons Middle/Senior High and Peak to Peak Charter School who are among the top schools in Colorado, according to U.S. News and World Report. Peak to Peak was ranked first in the state, with Lyons at 16th.  They said sixty-two percent of the seniors took AP

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Help Protect Our Native Birds

By David Rahbany

In spite of the recent snows, spring has arrived in Lyons!  One clear sign is the return of colorful bluebirds and finches to our town.  Unfortunately, these birds are under threat from some nasty neighbors.

House sparrows and starlings are non-native, invasive species that kill and out-compete native birds like the Mountain Bluebird.  Please help keep native songbirds coming back to Lyons by

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