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 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 20 2014 14:37
By Alexa DiSalvo
You can board a plane and vanish
Pack a small suitcase and say
“I’ll be back before you know it”
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 20 2014 14:07
WE CELEBRATED ST. PATRICK’S DAY by wearing green, going to Oskar Blues, eating corned beef and cabbage at the Lyons Senior Center with The Community/Methodist Church serving the meal, and declaring us all as Irish. I am part Irish, which makes me a crusader and out-for-action. The Irish have had a hard life, and are still having trouble with
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.
Published on Thursday, March 20 2014 10:37
By Kayann Short
The micro winery and test vineyard at Stonebridge Farm CSA, 5169 Ute Hwy, Longmont, Colorado, announces the planting of six new cold-hardy wine grape varieties: Chambourcin, Chancellor, Corot Noir, DeChaunac (reds), Brianna, and Frontenac Gris (whites). All the wine