Published on Thursday, October 03 2013 18:05
At the time my husband retired from a position that required weekly travel, understandably, he wanted to stay home rather than hit the road again. However, that eventually changed. Now he wants to attend Dixieland Jazz festivals and go on a cruise once a year.
Published on Thursday, October 03 2013 18:01
By David J. Rothman
Listen my children and you shall hear
Of a cold, wet day in a hot, dry year,
Of the twelfth of September, in 2013.
Listen and learn what it can mean
Published on Sunday, September 22 2013 02:33
Published on Thursday, September 26 2013 11:06
By Lyons Bluesologist, David McIntyre
Not to state the obvious, but what a mess. I am one of the lucky ones living on higher ground in Lyons. There are so many friends and peers in Lyons in very bad shape it continues to tug at my heart.
Published on Thursday, September 19 2013 07:51
Every morning whether I need to get up or not, my eyes pop open at 7 a.m. This morning I discovered light rain still clouds the air one week from when the rain started. Like many others I pray for all those devastated by the Colorado floods and those in Lyons surrounded by impassable roads and flooding waters.
Lyons deserves a peace pole. The Youth Art Peace Pole Project aims to create fifty poles in fifty states by the September 21, 2014 International Day of Peace.
Published on Thursday, September 26 2013 10:45
Hi Everyone: This has truly been a sad week to see our town battered like it was.
And more disheartening to realize that one person died, the many buildings and homes and land lost, but we are thankful we all made it outin the middle of the night! It seems to us that things are moving slowly, but the infrastructure of our town is the most important.
Published on Thursday, September 19 2013 07:36
Hi all. Compliments to the Lyons Recorder for finding a place (Bob Gilson’s brother in Longmont) to produce the Lyons Recorder. We need a paper, to read after we get our wits back in order, and as a way to preserve this history, which we will remember as “’The Worst Flood Ever!”