Governor’s Invitational Art Show & Sale

Roads Traveled by Linda L. Osmundson

It’s that time of year again, when the Governor’s Invitational Art Show and Sale runs for six weeks, from May 4, through June 15, at the Loveland Museum/Gallery. The twenty-third annual exhibit of Colorado artists is sponsored by the Loveland and Thompson Valley Rotary Clubs. Artists submit up to four pieces of their work to be considered for the show, and are

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Artists Needed For Outdoor Creations

The Boulder County plein air artist community and the Boulder County Parks and Open Space Department and Foundation are excited to host the second Plein Air Exhibit featuring Boulder County Parks and Open Space lands. A plein air “paint-out” will take place from June 1, through August 10, on Boulder County open space properties.

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Poetry Corner - May 14, 2014

Cocoon

Long, dormant dark winter sleep

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About Town - May 14, 2014

Sunday was Mothers’ Day and although cold and snowy, I am sure you all had time to remember your mother, for all she has done for you. A plant, dinner, corsage, drive, church, etc., no doubt  made her proud that you were hers. My mother was a schoolteacher, and we had to get our homework done by a coal oil lamp (before REA in 1937), and walk to school

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Patriot League Track and Field Championships

By Renée Haip
On May 9, the Lyons Track and Field team traveled north and east to Ault where they participated in the Patriot League meet, their final meet before the state championships. One of only two 2A representatives in a field of

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Ciatano Winery Grand Re-Opening

Last year, Jay and Elaine Hodge retired, packed up their house back east, moved to Colorado to be closer to their son and new grandbaby, and settled into their new business endeavor, The Rock ‘n River Resort and

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The Flood Watch Network

By Lyons Meteorologist, Greg Berman

The first raindrop fell at 6:25 p.m., on a Monday evening. This drop was followed up by an army of drops that continued through the night and into the morning hours. Yes, the accumulation was plenty, even at that time, but nothing that shook the earth or this Meteorologist who had already been forecasting a big rainstorm, or

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Poetry Corner - May 8, 2014

Substance
By Alexa DiSalvo

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Poetry Corner - May 8, 2014

Substance
By Alexa DiSalvo

Falling
Madly
Limbs flailing featherless
Floating high
Layer nine of cloud components
Texture….iffy
Tickles and itches afterward
like fine fiberglass insulation
Rubbing raw – our smoky flesh

Star-spiked sea urchins pop under pupils
every time I look at you
Voice buzzes, touch rips, all a haze
in the blaze of your presence
Tripping over thoughts of you

Tethered to and drawn
like runaway powder moths
to sketchy fire pits
Burnt out and baked
Thirsty and rapturous as an addict
for the hit

Please, baby
Crush, blitz, junk, waste
Say the words
Throw the stone.

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