Published on Thursday, June 19 2014 12:55
Blaine Peterson was named to the Avila University Dean's List for Spring 2014. Candidates possessed a grade point average of at least a 3.5.
Avila University located in southwest suburban Kansas City, Mo. is a Catholic, co-educational, values-based liberal arts institution founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, offering undergraduate, graduate, and adult degree programs.
Published on Thursday, June 19 2014 12:45
Question: “What are the laws surrounding cyber bullying? How much trouble can a child get into?”
Answer: When Opie got his lunch money stolen, Barney Fife taught him how to fight the bully. Probably not an appropriate response anymore, but at least Opie got to face his tormentor and there was a refreshing
Published on Thursday, June 19 2014 11:09
By Joseph Lekarczyk
As we all know from past experiences with medical marijuana, nothing bogs down the pace of a Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting like a discussion about regulating marijuana sales, retail or medical. OMG! As Yogi
Published on Thursday, June 19 2014 10:50
Representatives from the Colorado Rockies where in town Tuesday morning to join with Oskar Blues Can’d AID project to present Town of Lyons Parks & Recreation Supervisor Dave Cosgrove with checks totalingRead more: A Team Effort
Published on Thursday, June 12 2014 13:38
By Janaki Jane, Colorado Spirit
Boulder County is fortunate. Boulder County has three river drainages that are sources of native water; that is, water from within the watershed. This native water allows agriculture to flourish and the residents of Boulder and Longmont to have green lawns. However, this good fortune became bad fortune last September. The days long roaring of these rivers blew out ditch headgates and damaged reservoirs. This threatened both thousands of acres of farmland and municipal water supplies.
Published on Thursday, June 12 2014 13:30
By Kathleen Spring
Each year, Coloradans are saving churches, schools, streams, journals, and more to enjoy now and for future generations. Annually in May, state and local counties recognize significant history preservation projects that have taken place during the previous year. While people, cities, counties, and groups are honored with certificates and plaques for their outstanding history preservation achievements, the biggest benefit of having these award ceremonies is so that the public can become aware of the many projects that are going on to preserve their surrounding buildings, parks, archives and more. Coloradans can reap the benefits, and take pride in their town, enjoying or accessing these useful and often beautiful treasures.
Published on Thursday, June 12 2014 13:18
With the start of hurricane season this week, the Internal Revenue Service encourages individuals and businesses to safeguard their records against natural disasters (including floods and wild fires) by taking a few simple steps.Read more: Prepare For Natural Disasters By Safeguarding Tax Records
Published on Thursday, June 12 2014 11:56
Another week gone by with a nice rain or two. The river seems to be holding in its banks. There are sandbags along the banks at Third and Fourth Avenue, but the water hasn’t gotten that far up yet. There is a little over 1000 cfs of runoff in the river now, and during the flood there was 30,000! Wow. We are truly lucky to be alive!
Published on Thursday, June 05 2014 15:11
By Joseph Lekarczyk
“Don’t give up. You have to keep trying and trying. We fought for a new high school for forty years! Eventually the old people who are voting against it are going to die!” That was the advice Trustee LaVern Johnson bestowed upon Lyons Regional Library District Chairman Mark Browning, after he was done giving an update/status report to the Board of