Published on Thursday, October 01 2015 14:55
We know God love us all, but how do you think he feels about discarded and unvalued stuff? The Salvagin’ Army is reviving and giving new life to all kinds of left behind treasures.
This Thursday, Friday and Saturday (October 1,2, and 3) come to Lyons Community Church and find carpentry tools, gadgets, homeRead more: Rummage Revival at Lyons Community Church
Published on Thursday, October 01 2015 14:48
Two years have past since the epic flooding of 2013 caused major destruction, and forever changed the landscape of our town. And while Lyons has made great progress in several areas, we are still struggling to find solutions for the displaced residents who do not have the option of returning to their homes. During the months immediately after the flood, we came together as a community to support and help one another as we dug out each other’s homes, cleaned out businesses, rebuilt churches and lifted each other upRead more: Dear Lyons Residents
Published on Thursday, October 01 2015 14:33
Roads Traveled by Linda L. Osmundson
For the last five years I’ve tried to give readers ideas of places to visit and things to do whether in Colorado or elsewhere. It’s been an honor to work with Lora Gilson, publisher, and Joseph Lekarczyk, editor, of the Lyons Recorder. They allowed me to share trips I personally experienced as well as those I wish to experience. I still have a full bucket list but I’m forced set the bucket aside for a while.
Published on Thursday, October 01 2015 14:28
Boulder County, in partnership with the Aging Services Foundation and AffirmiCare are offering classes for adults fifty years and older to learn about what to expect, how best to plan and manage, and what resources are available as one ages. Over the course of four
Published on Thursday, October 01 2015 14:17
I feel I should start this review with one of those disclaimers, you know the ones that start off an article or story, with the author letting you know they have a connection with whom they are writing about. So yes, I have known Danny for many years, consider him a good friend and the nicest man I have ever met.
Published on Thursday, October 01 2015 14:11
Another week gone by and it is now officially fall. Ah-h-h-h-h cool nights, this is what we like about Colorado.
October, 1983 to 2015, this is my thirty-second year of writing my About Town column! That is about five hours a week, times fifty-two weeks, time thirty-two years of donating my time and knowledge to keep you all abreast of what is happening, what is
Published on Thursday, October 01 2015 14:05
Double Double Toil and Trouble! Fire burn and Caldron Bubble! Join the Lyons Garden Club for a spell at their Annual Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, October 24, 2015 starting at 4:30 p.m. at the Stone Cup Parking Lot.Read more: Garden Club Chili Cook-Off
Published on Thursday, October 01 2015 14:00
It is not easy to be a softball player in Lyons. The Lady Lions are a 2A school playing in a 3A league. Not only do they have to compete against bigger schools with a greater student population, they play in the best 3A league in the state.
With four of the top 3A teams competing within the league, it is not surprising that the Lady Lions are struggling. At 4-10 on the season, it is still possible that they may make Regionals due to the strength of schedule, but they will need to win at least one more
Published on Thursday, October 01 2015 13:49
By Renée Haip
Not only has Paul Roberts made his case for being the best high school distance runner in the state, Roberts has also bolstered his number fifteen ranking in the nation. Racing at the legendary Rim Rock Farm High School XC Classic in Lawrence, Kansas on Sat., Sept 26, Roberts took down the course record with his win in 15:10.9.