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Easter Service at Wildflower
Art at the Cup
The Rabbit Mountain Fire on February 20 marked an early start to the 2017 fire season. Four buildings and one hundred fifty-one acres were burned northeast of Lyons prompting the evacuation of seventy-five homes. The Cold Springs fire near Nederland burned over five hundred acres in July of 2016.
In this case, suppression efforts in concert with wildfire mitigation implemented by homeowners participating in the Boulder County Wildfire Partners
The young Lions continued their march toward the Colorado State track meet in May with their first qualifying meet earlier this month. The team competed in Aurora at the Bob Caviness Invitational on Saturday, April 8, and responded with forty “season-best” performances! With nearly everyone back and available from spring break, the Lions were able to load up some of their relays and move up a few spots in the state rankings.
Lyons Mayor Connie Sullivan welcomed fifty or sixty area residents to a “Town Hall” Q & A with elected officials from the county, state, and national levels at the Wildflower Pavilion at Planet Bluegrass Sunday afternoon (April 9). On hand with Sullivan to field questions from the public were Boulder County Commissioner Deb Gardner, District 11 State Representative Jonathan Singer, District 18 State Senator Steve Fenberg, and Second District U.S. House of
By Linda Pecone
While there is some distinction between fear and anxiety, sometimes it's merely a matter of linguistics. Sometimes we distinguish the two by our bodily experience. The neurobiology of fear however is quite different than the neurobiology of anxiety. To make the distinction let’s compare, for instance, being held at knife point the reaction, the sudden pounding of our heart and adrenaline rush is