Published on Friday, November 14 2014 13:00
Linda Young Pittman Goudelock, of Lyons, formerly of Cleveland, Mississippi, died on October 6, in hospice care in Longmont. Linda was born March 16, 1924 and raised in Ruleville, Mississippi. Soon after WWII, Linda married
Published on Friday, November 14 2014 11:25
Editor’s Note: Lyons resident and CU professor Nick Schneider has been involved over the last decade with a team of scientists who sent an atmospheric probe, called MAVEN (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution) to the red planet to try and ascertain what became of the water on Mars. Maven was launched in mid-November of 2013,
Published on Friday, November 14 2014 11:01
Ask anyone who has ever been to Hawaii, and they will tell you that Aloha, translates to: “hello,” “good bye,” and/or “I love you,” depending on the circumstances. Well after last Friday night’s Lyons Community Foundation (LCF) annual Gala, we might have to add “job well done” and “great party” to the list of possible translations.Read more: Aloha From Lyons
Published on Friday, November 14 2014 10:54
While many of their peers are hunkered over laptop computers and mixing consoles in bedrooms and garages across the city, an enthusiastic and burgeoning community of young musicians are embracing sounds and traditions that originated not only before they were born, but in many cases before their parents, and even
Published on Friday, November 14 2014 10:48
The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History will present a free Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) lecture titled “Citizen-Soldiers in Classical Antiquity” by Nicholas Rockwell on Wednesday, December 3, at 7 p.m., in the Paleontology Hall of the museum.
Published on Friday, November 14 2014 10:38
By Janaki Jane, Colorado Spirit
Christmas commercials on TV, Christmas carols in office buildings, “Order your Thanksgiving turkey now!” Flyers and Christmas wrapping paper in grocery stores, snow and cold. Another holiday season is upon us, and even more than usual, many of us in the areas hit hardest by last year’s floods just aren’t ready. Like some said about
Published on Friday, November 14 2014 10:25
In the interest of full disclosure let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. Her opinions do not necessarily reflect those of the entire Board of Trustees.
Veteran’s Day was this week; a day to honor all our veterans, throughout the years and throughout the nation.
Published on Friday, November 14 2014 09:55
Family-to-Family is one of four gift-giving programs for Boulder County families and individuals
Boulder County, Colo. – One of Boulder County’s longest-running holiday giving programs is in seeking gift card donations for those in need. This holiday season, the Family-to-Family Program’s 40th year, marks a shift in the
Published on Thursday, November 13 2014 15:26
Lyons Preparedness with Emily Gubler
In September of 1970, California was hotter and drier than normal, conditions that led to thirteen days of fast-moving wildfires that caused the loss of sixteen lives and destroyed over 700 structures. When this incidentRead more: An ICS Thanksgiving