May Peace Prevail On Earth

Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson

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.

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About Town -September 19, 2013

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!”

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Joan House

Joan House


July 9, 1927 – August 29, 2013

Joan Elizabeth House passed away August 29, in Greeley surrounded by her family.  Joan was born July 9, 1927 in Chicago, Illinois to John J. Kelly and Rosa Freund Kelly. Joan graduated from Lyons High School and Barnes Business College.

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Paddling To Alaska – Part VIII

By Kelly Yelverton
Editor’s Note: Lyons resident Kelly Yelverton recently graduated from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. To celebrate her accomplishment, she and a friend have decided to paddle their sea kayaks on a 1,200-mile journey through the Inside Passage to Alaska. She will be sending updates and photo of her adventure throughout the summer.

The day we left San Juan Island I received some words of advice. “Love the adventure for where it takes you.” This adventure has definitely taken us to some

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Poetry Talk September 5, 2013

Labor of:
passion, purpose, faith discipline,
Necessity, fear, need, want
Recognition of the abbreviated differential there in
Lies the conundrum of dreams reality and withholding
doing the right thing in order to provide
reside, and thrive??
Rescue mission of life wanders in concentric paths
Crisscrossing vertically integrated experiences
Are you lucky enough to be one of the chosen to know
That
Labor OF?
to pursue chase fathom gather and push
Onward toward that elusive goal
Labor OF
LOVE

By Martin Soosloff

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About Town -September 12, 2013

Aaaahh, cooler weather, and some rain. We can’t deny we enjoy that. We have had more than forty-seven days of  ninety degree weather this summer.  We will be happy to welcome fall and cooler weather next week.

CONGRATULATIONS TO LHS SPORTS 
The boys beat Yuma 23-14 in football last Friday, and on Saturday the cross-country team took second in the St. Vrain Invitational meet they hosted

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Do You Need A Retreat?

Do You Need A Retreat?

Roads Traveled by With Linda L. Osmundson

The definition of a retreat is taking time away from ordinary life, withdrawing from everyday concerns, places, and emotions. Writer friends seek a place with no interruptions like phones, family, TV, or even the Internet. They strive for a place to keep their thought processes moving and words flowing.

Where can one go on to get away? Perhaps you settle in an inner sanctum within your home; an

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