Published on Thursday, March 20 2014 16:53
Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundso
Sometime during the night, the waters calmed. Before retiring, Bob claimed he had no interest in seeing Guaymas. We’ve traveled in Mexico before so we made this trip mainly for the Dixieland Jazz music. My goal for this port was to find an Internet Café. The ship’s Internet was way too slow and expensive. I again dressed in the dark, had breakfast in the Lido, and
Published on Thursday, March 20 2014 15:08
By Amy Reinholds
The Housing Recovery Task Force (HRTF) presented updates to the Lyons Board of Trustees at a workshop on March 17. The Board of Trustees directed the task force to focus now on recovery option 2: replacement housing minus households not returning (approximately 35-50 homes) and option 3: replacement housing equal to housing lost in the flood (a maximum of approximately 90-100 homes). The Board encouraged the Task Force to make sure to include the
Published on Thursday, March 20 2014 14:55
By Ron Gosnell
The organizational meeting for the Lyons Lions Club’s “Adopt a Tree” flood recovery project (the tree planting will take place April 26) is off and running to a great start, thanks to enthusiastic and caring Lyons citizens.
Published on Thursday, March 20 2014 14:40
Managing Stress: Part 3 of 3
By Dr. Sara Hart
It is probably true that if you take any given person and send them to a tropical island removing all of their responsibilities they will probably feel great. Stress is a major contributing factor to illness and unhappiness. It is the single most consistent factor that decreases lifespan and contributes to premature death and disease.
Published on Thursday, March 20 2014 14:23
Each year the local veterinary community donates their time to provide low cost vaccination services and pet sterilization for the clients of the Longmont branch of Social Services. They also donate their time to inspect and treat the animals adopted from the local Humane Societies, unknown animals for city and county animal control agencies,
Published on Thursday, March 20 2014 14:07
WE CELEBRATED ST. PATRICK’S DAY by wearing green, going to Oskar Blues, eating corned beef and cabbage at the Lyons Senior Center with The Community/Methodist Church serving the meal, and declaring us all as Irish. I am part Irish, which makes me a crusader and out-for-action. The Irish have had a hard life, and are still having trouble with
Published on Thursday, March 20 2014 13:06
Note: Incumbent Coroner Emma Hall, is seeking re-election for a second four-year term of he Boulder County Coroner's Office. The Democratic Primary election which will be held June 24, 2014
Dear Lyons Community
“That Hall girl is running for County Coroner!” dad excitedly announced on one of our visits to Lyons. “I am going to put a sign by the road.” he continued on. If he only knew.
Our dad was the only flood related casualty in Lyons Colorado. If he only knew how much care Emma Hall took with his family, how much time Emma spent on the phone and in person with us during the week that he was missing and after his body was found, how important this job is to Emma, and how important he was to her. He would have put one million signs by the road.
Published on Thursday, March 20 2014 11:04
With the beginning of spring and unofficial start of the bicycling season today, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is making its Bike and Byways Map available via a mobile application, providing instant information to cyclists.
CDOT’s hard copy of the map currently provides roadway data such as shoulder widths and t
Published on Thursday, March 20 2014 10:37
By Kayann Short
The micro winery and test vineyard at Stonebridge Farm CSA, 5169 Ute Hwy, Longmont, Colorado, announces the planting of six new cold-hardy wine grape varieties: Chambourcin, Chancellor, Corot Noir, DeChaunac (reds), Brianna, and Frontenac Gris (whites). All the wine