Published on Thursday, September 18 2014 14:31
By Joseph Lekarczyk
It’s always an ominous sign when the sheriff comes to your door unexpectedly, and that was certainly the case at Monday night’s Board of Trustees’ (BOT) meeting. Instead of the usual report to the Trustees by Lyons Substation Supervisor Sgt. Nick Goldberger, Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle,
Published on Thursday, September 18 2014 14:24
The Rocky Mountain Sakya Center is starting a Buddhist meditation group on the first and third Thursdays of the month. The group will be meeting at Lyons Yoga and Wellness (310 Main Street) at 5:30 p.m., starting October 2. Meetings will include some meditation, some reading of participant
Published on Thursday, September 18 2014 14:11
The Boulder County Resource Conservation Division is allocating $50,000 for its 2015 Zero Waste Funding Program and applications are now being accepted. Proposals must be received at the Resource Conservation Division office by Monday, November 3, 2014 at noon to be considered. Project funding will begin in January 2015.
Published on Thursday, September 18 2014 13:39
New one-page Reconstruction Updates have been produced by Larimer County Engineering for the Pinewood Springs and Big Elk Meadows areas. The newsletters are located on the Larimer County Engineering page at: http://larimer.org/engineering/ and the Larimer County Flood Recovery page, http://larimer.org/flooding2013/, under Roads and Construction.Read more: Reconstruction Updates For Big Elk and Pinewood
Published on Thursday, September 18 2014 13:22
Last September, Lyons resident and CU professor Nick “Space Cowboy” Schneider and a team from the university celebrated over a decade of work with the launching of a Mars orbiter called MAVEN, which will collect vital data about the Martian atmosphere and perhaps give some insight into what happened to ninety-nine percent of the water on the planet.
Published on Thursday, September 18 2014 13:09
Dear People of Lyons,
During this past weekend we, the people of the greater Lyons community, had opportunities to reflect on the flood one year ago. We heard speeches about what has been done, what will be done, and what needs to be done. No matter if you attended events at Planet Bluegrass, Bohn Park,
Published on Thursday, September 18 2014 12:58
By David McIntyre, Lyons Bluesologist
Innovative and fresh, the Nouveaux Honkies are a must see band. Their sound and style cannot be categorized, so they call it “nouveaux honk.” It is an eclectic mix of rockabilly, blues, country and soul. Lyrical in nature, soulful in presentation, and hypnotic in mood, it will immediately turn you into a
Published on Thursday, September 18 2014 12:08
Roads Traveled by Linda L. Osmundson
When you think of grape growing or wine tasting, California’s Napa Valley comes to mind. But, did you know Colorado hosts over ninety wineries with more than thirty on the Front Range? And, the state’s winemaking began over a century ago? Or, some Colorado climates rival California’s grape growing regions?
Published on Thursday, September 18 2014 11:26
Founded in 2013, the Rocky Mountain Flood Mud Volleyball Tournament, formally named Flood Mud, originated after the September 12 flood. The goal for the first year was to rally together and raise funds for the mountain communities that were affected; nearly $10,000 was raised. The goal for thisRead more: Mud Volleyball to Benefit Northern Colorado