Georgetown Bighorn Sheep Festival Promises Fall Fun

Few animals evoke Colorado’s rugged and unforgiving mountains like the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. Yet the vertical terrain that keeps sheep safe from predators also limits opportunities for Coloradans to view and appreciate Colorado’s state animal. 

A happy exception for wildlife watchers is Georgetown, where the Town of Georgetown, the Georgetown Trust and Gateway Visitor Center, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) are finalizing preparations for the 8th Annual Georgetown Bighorn Sheep Festival.  The festival is timed to coincide with

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Peppers Plentiful in Colorado

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, Colorado peppers are featured in the Colorado Jalapeno Rockets recipe. 

Peppers are plentiful in Colorado, especially in the Pueblo area where they are celebrated each year during the Pueblo Chile & Frijoles Festival, which will occur September 20-22, 2013. In

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About Town - October 10, 2013

WOE IS ME.  I AM HACKED AGAIN!  I hope you are all ignoring the fact that the hackers  hacked me again!  Please do dot send money, I am not in the Phillipines! When are they going to get tired of doing this! I have had email from folks that             were hacked, too. Very disgusting.  I have changed my password several times. Two insurances to avoid this

COMMUNITY UPDATE MEETING this Thursday, October 10, 7 p.m., at the LifeBridge Church. See you there!

THANK YOU!  It was a very heartening moment last Thursday evening at the public meeting when the Town Board received a standing ovation for their work on the September 2013 Flood. Thank you.

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About Town -October 17, 2013

Woe is me (us)! A month ago Lyons was forever changed. Its people (2047) were upset with flooding waters, rousting us out of our homes up to the school and church on to higher ground. All 2047 of us were told we had to leave town; no services, no sewer, no water, no electricity, no gas, and no

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Old Friend

By Alexa DiSalvo

Crushed mascara
Pollen ground by river stone
To dye dark the cotton threads
You perch your body
Precariously within

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Fun Ideas For Halloween

Roads Traveled with With Linda L. Osmundson

Fall is in the air. If the wind doesn’t strip the trees of their colorful leaves, clumps of rust, gold, green, and brown will continue to dot the landscape. Fall brings to mind Halloween and other holidays. Decorations of witches, ghosts, cats, and goblins appear in yards and porches in October. They wait to

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Invert To Survive

With Lee Hall & Bob Gilson

Lee: What was the first thing you did after you evacuated Lyons?
Bob: Sat down on a toilet that did not require I fill it with water before use. Didn’t even need to share a flush with someone.
Lee: Ahh, simple pleasures.
Bob: But it didn’t last. The reading rack included an article on inverters.
Lee: Do we really want to hear about this?

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