Published on Thursday, July 24 2014 12:37
By Robert Brakenridge, Resident of Lyons
I earlier wrote that the Town of Lyons is seeking federal flood recovery assistance to build a relatively large housing development on its conservation easement-protected parklands. It is now even more
Published on Thursday, July 24 2014 12:32
Another week gone by; it’s hot, humid, and rainy, but the grass is green and the countryside is beautiful. Enjoy it as much as you can, as it will soon be turned into brown from these hot days!
Published on Friday, July 18 2014 14:48
Boulder County has been awarded a first-round sum of more than $5 million in Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funds from the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This moneyRead more: Flood-impacted residents may be eligible for CDBG-DR funding
Published on Thursday, July 17 2014 20:20
Ray and Dora Babcock celebrated their sixty-fifth wedding anniversary with a family dinner at their son’s home in Berthoud. Ray and Dora were married on June 19, 1949 in Hancock, Vermont.
Published on Thursday, July 17 2014 16:02
Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson
Where is the Iron Range? According to my husband, who grew up there, this vast iron ore area spreads throughout northern Minnesota and consists of four large iron ore ranges, the largest of the four is the Masabi
Published on Thursday, July 17 2014 15:20
Another week gone by; summer is more than half over, with school starting the middle of August. We hope all had a good summer playing ball, art & craft classes, dancing at Mayama, scout and other camps, dinosaur park,
Published on Thursday, July 10 2014 15:40
Another week gone by, where we all celebrated the Fourth of July. Wonderful weather, lots of picnics and family gatherings, a carnival in Longmont, fireworks in most towns (except Louisville). We sat on the hill at the Lookout
Published on Thursday, July 10 2014 15:26
The issue of retail marijuana sales (as opposed to medical marijuana) within the Town of Lyons was on the agenda at Monday night’s Board of Trustee (BOT) meeting. First as a pre-meeting workshop (from 5:30 to a little after 7 p.m.), and then as a continuation of the first reading of an ordinance from three weeks ago (June 16).
Published on Thursday, July 10 2014 09:35
By Edie DeWeese
Allenspark turns one hundred and fifty years old this summer, and they’ve thought up a pretty cool way to celebrate. Take a historic trail ride from the heart of downtown Allenspark over Cowbell Hill to the mining sites of