Published on Thursday, May 07 2015 07:12
Life 101: Beyond High School 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 deal with are housing contracts, orientation and actually moving forward.
Whether you are living on campus, in an apartment or staying home, make sure you have read and understand what is expected
Published on Wednesday, May 06 2015 15:47
By Renée Haip
On May 1 and 2, Lyons Track and Field competed in the Mile High League meet at Longmont’s Everly-Montgomery Field. Previously part the very competitive 3A Patriot League, the Lions moved to the 2A Mile High League this year where they won both the girls, and boys’ team titles. For the Lions, this meet produced thirty-five personal best performances, fifty-nine scoring
Published on Thursday, April 30 2015 14:52
With the recent rains and melting snow, and as we head into the Spring and Summer runoff and flash flood seasons, Boulder County and the Office of Emergency Management would like to share preparedness information as well as financial flood recovery resources available to residents of the county. There are a number of ways to become informed:Read more: Prepare Yourself For Spring Run Off
Published on Thursday, April 30 2015 14:34
Come celebrate summer with the opening of Rabbit Brush Gallery’s sculpture garden. “From the Ground Up” highlights new work by two local ceramicists: Boulder artist Cris Conklin and Lyons artist Marc Campbell. Cris uses the sgraffito technique to decorate her salt-fired pottery with images of beauty from the natural world. Marc is a utilitarian potter who creates soda-fired, functional, playful pieces.
Published on Thursday, April 30 2015 14:23
Dear Lyons Community,
Each of us experience pivotal moments in life. We are so fortunate to have a community full of family, friends, coworkers, artists, musicians, entrepreneurs and kind-hearted strangers. We are a product of our environment. We are extremely blessed and overwhelmed with the generosities, well wishes and positive energy extended to us. This is a true testament to strength in numbers.
The visits, many meals, talks, and dog care allowed us to take one day at a time and focus on Rick and Iann. The prayers, cards, text messages, phone calls have been so supportive, given us laughs and have kept our spirits high. A friend shared the thought that so rarely doRead more: A True Testament to Strength in Numbers
Published on Thursday, April 30 2015 14:07
Longmont United Hospital recently launched a new, mobile-responsive website that enables users to find providers and practices, pay bills, request medical records, and stay connected with the Hospital from their desktop, tablet, or smartphone. The site (www.luhcares.org) is also accompanied by a new design and user interface to improve readability and highlight important information.
Published on Thursday, April 30 2015 13:53
Front Range Film Festival
April 29 - May 2
Longmont & Lyons
Tickets are $10 for each day, $35 for the Festival Pass
Join us for four days of fabulous films spanning eight venues and featuring topics that make Colorado a great place to live: craft beer and
Published on Thursday, April 30 2015 13:46
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. Her opinions are hers, and do not necessarily reflect those of the entire Board of Trustees.
Another week gone by, and a lot of good rain; We need it, but when it keeps coming in a downpour it is a worry!
THIS THURSDAY, APRIL 30, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., there is a public meeting at the Lyons M/Sr High School on spring run off. Residents from the Lyons area: North and South St. Vain, Lyons, Apple Valley, Longmont Dam Road, etc., are invited to attend. We should all be prepared, just in case. We have no control of the weather, scary!
Published on Thursday, April 30 2015 12:33
By Renée Haip
Each year the JV and Middle School Championships meets give us a glimpse of the younger talent being developed at both the high school and middle school levels. The JV Championships were held at Everly-Montgomery Field in Longmont on April 22. Just one day after the rescheduled Boulder County Championships, many of these younger athletes