Published on Thursday, December 05 2013 11:04
By Lyons Bluesologist, David McIntyre
It was 2002 when Dale Katechis had one of his best ideas to date. No it wasn’t moving to Colorado and opening Oskar Blues, or marrying his lovely wife. It was something everybody in the beer industry told him he couldn’t do, and it wouldn’t work; put good craft beer in a can.
Published on Thursday, December 05 2013 10:57
Thanks to the ministries for the Thanksgiving Dinner at Rogers Hall. It was delicious, well attended, filled with the Thanksgiving spirit. Yes, Lyons is grateful for the wonderful dinner and those that brought it to us! Thanks for the use of Rogers Hall, and to Pastor Mickey, Rev. John Ross and co-horts for making the arrangements.
Published on Thursday, November 28 2013 14:34
By Ali VanLeeuwen
Twas the night before services came on, and all through the hood...
Not a sink was dripping, it was 10 weeks of no good.
Published on Thursday, December 05 2013 09:50
I spend a lot of time helping people understand how much money they will need to meet their retirement goals. Many people rack their brains and do lots of research trying to come up with assumptions for inflation, rates of return on investments, and many
Published on Tuesday, December 03 2013 09:27
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 beef is featured in the Colorado Meatballs recipe.
The cattle industry is Colorado’s largest agricultural sector. Colorado ranks 10th in the nation for cattle numbers, with 2.6 million
Published on Thursday, November 28 2013 14:29
Today as I arise I am thankful for so many things in Lyons Colorado. I am thankful that so many in our beautiful little town will be able to enjoy Thanksgiving in the town and home we love. I think after the flood that will forever change us, but not define us, I am aware of how blessed we truly are in overabundance of family, friends, and community. Ironically