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Art at the Cup
By Ken Singer
Lots of people were shocked and dismayed by the November election. Some gathered in small groups to mourn, rather than celebrate the outcome of the presidential race. Others became depressed and walked around feeling helpless and sought support from others dealing with similar emotions.
The Indivisible Guide (indivisibleguide.com), written by a number of Congressional aides, gave advice to people who wanted to do something constructive that would get their representatives in Washington to take notice. People started calling and sending postcards to
COMMENTARY: What's the future for affordable housing in Lyons?
By Amy Reinholds
At a Monday public hearing, the Lyons Planning and Community Development Commission (PCDC) voted 5-2 to adopt the Lyons Primary Planning Area Master Plan document as a component of the 2010 Town of Lyons Comprehensive Plan (the overall planning document for
Lyons Prepared is a volunteer citizen partnership with the
Lyons Fire Protection District in the Lyons area.
By Chrystal DeCoster
The recent Rocky Mountain Horse Expo, held at the National Western Complex in Denver, offered herds of wranglers, workshops, mustangs, mules, and more.
Along with horses and horse persons of all sizes and abilities, there were dozens of horse industry-related vendors and sessions with leading equine clinicians who workshopped an array of topics such as "Discover Equusology; Your Typology and Your Horse's Typology" by