Letters To The Editor

A correction

Dear LaVern and the Lyons community,
I noticed in your “About Town” column in the Lyons Recorder of May 5, you wrote, after commenting on the grant writing workshop, that “now what we need are people with time on their hands, who will write a grant on a

Login to read more: A correction

Purchase A Subscription: A correction

Lucky if I find an empty ball field

A couple of weeks ago, there was a letter to the editor voicing opposition to the addition of a softball field at Bohn Park.
As a town resident and someone who voted in the survey a few years ago, I would like to show my support for this proposal by the PRC.

Login to read more: Lucky if I find an empty ball field

Purchase A Subscription: Lucky if I find an empty ball field

One Slip Backwards Can Kill The Whole Deal

Dear Community,
It takes only one slug, one rotten spot in a pumpkin to kill the entire fruit of the seed planted. From that moment on there is no return to the value placed in planting the seed, its embodied positive energy and promise. Yet the green bean has the ability to become rotten here & there without infecting the rest of the plant. Its isolated attack between two beans can be sliced for remaining parts in a favored recipe, enjoying a garden-to-table meal like no other. You may get the impression this is about food, seeds, gardening.

Login to read more: One Slip Backwards Can Kill The Whole Deal

Purchase A Subscription: One Slip Backwards Can Kill The Whole Deal

A faraway thank you for Lyons

Dear warm-hearted and wonderful people in Colorado,
Thank you so much for sending me such a generous amount of money. It was such a heart warming moment to receive your positive thoughts and action. It has been 47 days since the earthquake and tsunami.  It was really hard for me and all the people around me to

Login to read more: A faraway thank you for Lyons

Purchase A Subscription: A faraway thank you for Lyons

Jenlo Farm, Where are you going? Lyons, Where are you going?

Dear Lyons Community,

JenLo Farm sits directly across from Cemex, on Ute Highway. Before it was a highway, it was a country road, and before that a wagon trail and before that, a trail—a Ute trail from winter campgrounds here where we live, to summer campgrounds in the mountains west of Lyons.

Login to read more: Jenlo Farm, Where are you going? Lyons, Where are you going?

Purchase A Subscription: Jenlo Farm, Where are you going? Lyons, Where are you going?

Page 20 of 29

Go to top