Published on Thursday, August 21 2014 08:15
By Joseph Lekarczyk
It was a very light agenda for the Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting Monday evening. After three straight “late-nighters” wrestling with the retail marijuana ordinance everyone needed a break.
Published on Thursday, August 21 2014 07:49
Many of you know that for the past eleven months I have been working on what I called a “town hug” to commemorate Lyons recovery. This whole thing was born on the Channel 9 afternoon show one week after the flood. I was on air with Host Kim Christiansen when I brought up the idea of a town hug to show solidarity on our
Published on Thursday, August 21 2014 07:40
I have always enjoyed the Poetry Corner, but “Horrid Thugs” by Bonnie DiSalvo was fantastic. She hit the nail on the head perfectly. I’ve talked to many gardeners
Published on Thursday, August 14 2014 13:55
Another week gone by. Last week the office folks, this week the teachers, next week, school starts on Monday, August 18. It seems like it was a short, but hot summer. However, everything stayed green, which was really great. Yes, it is time for the kids to start studying again.
Published on Thursday, August 14 2014 13:30
Welcome Class of 2015 to Life 101, a series of ten articles that divides the otherwise daunting process of preparing for life after high school into a the monthly “to do” list. There are a plethora of post high-school options. One path may get you loads of money, but you loath the very idea. Another option may be something
Published on Thursday, August 14 2014 13:13
The History Colorado Center “Denver A to Z” exhibit taps into the essence of Denver letter by letter; “A” for adrenaline, “Z” for zombies and every letter in between. “Denver A to Z” represents the heart, the art, the whimsy, and the energy of Denver’s people, places and moments in this lighthearted and interactive exhibit.
Published on Thursday, August 07 2014 16:08
Former Boulder resident Jeremy Ragland, owner of the bank building on the corner of Main and Third (a.k.a “the broken clock building) hired the crew down at Gwynn’s Greenhouse to create a “micro-park along the Third Avenue side of the building. After replacing a railroad tie planting area
Published on Thursday, August 07 2014 15:47
By Joseph Lekarczyk
Any time a marijuana ordinance, be it retail or medical, is on the Board of Trustees’ (BOT) agenda as a public hearing one can expect that there might be some “emotional fireworks.” That was certainly the case Monday evening, but the fireworks came from a somewhat unexpected quarter.
Published on Thursday, August 07 2014 15:41
Elizabeth “Betty” (Bowen) Frysig Begley, 79, of Indianapolis, passed away July 29. She was born January 31, 1935 to the late Lowell Francis and Pauline (Walters) Bowen.