Published on Wednesday, October 08 2014 13:20
Each month, the Colorado Department of Agriculture features a different commodity to highlight the variety and quality of products grown, raised or processed in the state. This month the recipe features cabbage in the Dutch Oven Sauerkraut recipe.
On average, Colorado produces more than 110 million pounds of cabbage each year. Good quality cabbage should be well-formed, fairly even colored and heavy for its size. Cabbage leaves should be very compact and fairly smooth. Cabbage is fat
Published on Thursday, October 02 2014 13:15
The upcoming art show at The Stone Cup/Rise & Shine Bistro titled “rep.e.ti.tion” will feature recent paintings Lyons artist Jake Pinello, which combine paint and burnt cardboard on stretched canvas,
Published on Thursday, September 25 2014 08:14
Another week gone by. A nice week. A time to go to the high country to see the change of colors, and to relax before winter comes. I love the fall!
The papers states that fifty percent of those who voted for marijuana, now wish they hadn’t. The Lyons
Published on Thursday, October 02 2014 12:25
Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson
You can purchase pumpkins from several different sources but the most family fun is to visit a Pumpkin Patch. You may have to drive some distance but the trip will be well worth it. Besides fields of pick-your-own pumpkins, farmers offer mazes, corn stalks, gourds, hayrides, and produce stands.
Published on Thursday, September 18 2014 12:28
By Bonnie DiSalvo
Published on Thursday, October 02 2014 10:53
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. The opinions expressed in this column are hers, and hers alone and do not necessarily reflect those of the Town of Lyons Board of Trustees.
Life is strange; it was thirty-one years ago in October, that Walt Kinderman, the editor of the Lyons Recorder, kept roasting Mayor Virgil Rigdon. His wife, Fern, was writing the local news, and
Published on Thursday, September 18 2014 12:08
Roads Traveled by Linda L. Osmundson
When you think of grape growing or wine tasting, California’s Napa Valley comes to mind. But, did you know Colorado hosts over ninety wineries with more than thirty on the Front Range? And, the state’s winemaking began over a century ago? Or, some Colorado climates rival California’s grape growing regions?