Published on Tuesday, February 10 2015 08:19
The Internal Revenue Service today announced the launch of a new, online public directory of tax return preparers. This searchable directory on IRS.gov will help taxpayers find a tax professional with credentials
Published on Monday, February 09 2015 07:39
The Tibetan Association of Colorado (TAC) and the University of Colorado Boulder will co-host a campus visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Oct. 20 and 21, 2015, both groups announced today.
A schedule of events at CU-Boulder is still being finalized. The schedule and ticket information will be
Published on Thursday, February 05 2015 16:40
Nearly one hundred interested residents filled Rogers Hall last Saturday morning for the Lyons Housing Collaborative workshop. On hand were the Trestle Strategy Group, Boulder County Housing, Habitat for Humanity, local architects, contractors, and landscapers, planning students from CU-Denver, the Mayor, and nearly every member of the Board of Trustees.
Published on Monday, February 09 2015 00:00
The following Town of Lyons departments are now located in the Town Hall Annex Building (437 Main St., yellow building behind the Barking Dog, accessible from Broadway) beginning Friday, February 6:
Published on Thursday, February 05 2015 15:05
Boulder County residents ages fourteen to seventeen can now apply for summer jobs with the Boulder County Youth Corps. Boulder County is also hiring adults to be team leaders. Boulder County is especially in need of female Corps members and leaders. The deadline to submit youth applications is Friday, March 27. Other positions are open until filled.
Published on Thursday, February 05 2015 17:28
The Boulder police department has received numerous complaints from people regarding money card scams, which are also known as “Green Dot” scams. Green Dot cards are reloadable debit cards, which can be purchased in many places such as drug stores, grocery
Published on Thursday, January 22 2015 11:45
The normal Monday night meeting for the Board of Trustees (BOT) was held on Tuesday this week to accommodate the legal holiday celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday. A full agenda got considerably thinner when two applications for business licenses for medical and