Published on Thursday, May 08 2014 09:52
I have known Emma Hall for many years, and I know that she has devoted her life to raising the level of professionalism, organization, and careful investigational capacity of office of the Coroner in Boulder County.
Emma’s compassion is reflected in the twenty-four hours she performs her job and devotes her life to our
Published on Wednesday, May 07 2014 13:19
By Janaki Jane
Lyons’ own flood recovery team, Lyons and Environs Colorado Spirit, has opened an office in the Balcony Office Suites at 431 Main Street, above the Barking Dog Café. Someone will be in the office Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and by appointment.
Any resident or flood-displaced resident of the Lyons, Hygiene, or Allenspark zip codes can come in for help or information. Residents are encouraged to drop by, or make an appointment if that meets their schedulesRead more: Flood Recovery Team Starts Office Hours
Published on Thursday, May 01 2014 11:07
Dear Lyons Community,
The 18th Annual Lyons Community Barbecue will be held at Lyons High School before the first conference home football game on Friday, September 12, from 4 to 7 p.m., with kick-off time at 7 p.m. It was not planned this way, and was only by chance that this date happens to be the one-year anniversary of the devastating floodRead more: LHS Athletes join us for the "Blue Line"
Published on Thursday, May 01 2014 10:43
Roads Traveled With Linda L. Osmundson
Now with all port visits ended, the ship headed to San Diego without stopping. Two days and three nights of smooth waters allowed time to relax rather than think of all I needed to do to get
Published on Thursday, May 01 2014 10:37
In order to commemorate the upcoming one-year anniversary of the devastating 2013 flood, a collaborative quilt project will serve as a long-lasting memorial to Boulder County residents’ resiliency. The quilt will follow the theme “Boulder County: Strong and Beautiful.”
Quilters of all types from around the county, the state, and the nation are invited to take this
Published on Thursday, May 01 2014 10:03
Another week gone by, and no snow or rain. However, even if the rivers are getting a lot of run-off, the City of Longmont is releasing water (125 to 175 cfs) daily to draw down the reservoir for debris removal, a “little” rain would help. Of course the run-off from all that snow (157
Published on Thursday, May 01 2014 09:49
By Joanne Barnard
Seniors, your last month of high school is here. This series has given you a monthly to-do list to prepare for life beyond high school and culminates in this article. Among the last few items to
Published on Thursday, May 01 2014 09:40
LSU University College presented its annual “Celebration of Excellence” Spring Awards program on April 1, at The Club on Union Square. University College awarded $64,000 through fifty-five scholarships, ten LSU faculty teaching awards, and one LSU Advisor of the Year Award.
Published on Thursday, May 01 2014 09:35
By Matt Smith
On a nice warm Saturday afternoon towards the end of April, and also the end of the 2014 Lyons High School baseball season, I was a few innings late to the ball game because track practice was finishing up. However, I did get to see a lot of the game as I was throwing some discus in