Managing Stress: Balancing Your Vices

By Dr. Sara Hart, ND, MSOM, LAc

It’s a perfect day when you wake up naturally without an alarm.  To arise fully rested, stretch your arms leisurely and yawn.  Pondering with a gentle inquisition, “hmmm, what do I feel like doing today?”  Rather than the rush of too many responsibilities to juggel comfortably.  When fresh vital foods are all that you crave so you make yourself a gorgeous meal to start your day.

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Gary Secrest And Wife Sandy Visit Lyons

Gary and Sandra Secrest of Los Alamos, New Mexico, visited Lyons over the weekend, but were disappointed to have missed the last basketball game of the season, thinking  it would be Friday, but was held on Thursday night. Gary, a great sportsman while in school (class of 1969), is the third son of Lloyd and Betty Secrest, who operated Lloyd’s Barber Shop for forty-one years (1950-1991), while

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About Town - February 20, 2014

Hope you had a Happy Valentine’s Day! It was nice that Mayama furnished babysitting for parents so they could have the “night out.” A great gesture ($20 per child with fun, snacks, and good care); so thank you. Ken Wajda had some good movies at the Lyons Cinema &

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Lyons Drops A Close One To University

By Matt Smith
On a frigid Friday night (February 7), in Greeley, Colorado, the Lyons Lions played the University Bulldogs. This season University sports a ten and six record overall, and is five and three in league play. Lyons has totaled four wins against thirteen loses, and are one and six within the league.

Seniors Heath Fesenmeyer and Logan Watson, and juniors Zack Christiansen and Shea Gilman led the Lions in a heart-breakingly close loss to the powerful Bulldogs, by a score of 56 to 53. Bulldog Juniors Daniel Buhler and Andrew Larson, along

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JV Hoopsters Continue To Roll

By Katie Jonjak
The Lady Lion’s junior varsity team is finding success this season with a record of eight wins and four losses. The young hoopsters have won their last four games in a row, and all these wins have come while the coaches have been experimenting with different line-ups.  The JV team is coached by Jason Maguire; assisted by David James, under head coach Sandy Mitchell.

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About Town - February 13, 2014

Another cold week gone by. Around five to ten degrees below freezing. Several have had their pipes freeze. Be sure to let the water drip a little. Doesn’t take much, but you need some water circulating. We have had a hard winter, and on top of the flood.  Woe is us! (Editor’s note: grammatically, I believe “Woe are we” is correct)

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Inaugural Art On The Green

The inaugural Art on the Green fine art festival will come to historic downtown Lyons, Colorado, on the weekend of July 12 to 13.  More than seventy-five intriguing artisans will fill Sandstone Park with their creative and original artwork. A portion of the proceeds from Art on the Green will benefit the Lyons Community Foundation.

The most talented and engaging artists from around the country have been invited to

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“ReGROOVEaNATION”

Imagine a musical laboratory where the Electro-Americana Rock n’ Roll of Arthur Lee Land is combined with the techno/jazz/funk/improv infused goodness of gogoLab’s dance research. Then

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Lego Club

Wed., 3:30 - 5 pm at the Walter Self Center
The Library is offering a new community LEGO club to explore creative possibilities with LEGOs. A weekly challenge will be offered as well as opportunity to simply play and create with LEGOs

Sign up by Monday of each week at the Library, or by calling the Library (303) 823-6622 ext 26.  This is a parent (or caregiver)/child event so please plan to stay with your child/children.

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