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Lyons High School students Cobey Faubus (left) and Nathan
Schneider (right) brought home the cup at the seventh annual
Code Quest coding competition last month.
Photos courtesy of Nick “Space Cowboy” Schneider
A Tree Grows in Lyons
Photo courtesy of Bonnie Auslander
By David McIntyre, Bluesologist
I hope you saved the last article about Part 1 of the free Sandstone Park Summer Concert Series, so you would know when to show up at the park this summer. But if not, I will list all the shows at the end of this article for reference. Here is a little about the bands playing the second half of the Thursday night concert series.
Two Lyons adventurers, Erica Ellingson and Sarah Catchpole (the “Blister Sisters”), are preparing for a challenging hike. They will be trekking over one hundred miles across the remote and rolling Yorkshire Dales and Moors in the north of England. Why? To raise
By Mark Browning
Josh the Baby Otter made his annual appearance at Lyons Elementary last week, much to the delight of kindergartners at the school.
Josh’s visit was sponsored by the Lyons Lions Club, which began the program last year after being contacted by the father of two Pinewood Springs boys who
By Kathleen Thurmes
Nestled in an unassuming strip mall on the northern edge of the bustling 29th Street Mall in Boulder is a small-but-expanding shop dedicated to serving two types of people that Boulder County seems to be teeming with: recyclers and artists. Part thrift store, part craft shop, and part art gallery, the Art Parts Creative Reuse Center serves as a bridge between these two mainstays of local culture.