Published on Thursday, May 02 2013 14:07
Born in the French Mediterranean city of Nice, neo-impressionist painter Tisha Wood received her formal art education at the Beaux Arts School, and studied for several years with renowned Colorado artist ,Lillian Kennedy. Ms. Wood has shown her work in many private exhibitions, Colorado community exhibitions such as The St. Stephens Art Show (first place winner), and an international acclaimed solo exhibition at The Villa Gaspari
Published on Thursday, May 02 2013 14:01
An open letter to the residents of Colorado,
This week people across the United States will observe Law Day. It is a time each year to celebrate the rule of law and the role the courts and legal system play in helping people peacefully resolve disputes in modern society. Here in Colorado we will be privileged and honored to have
Published on Thursday, May 02 2013 13:53
The Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce has a program to welcome new residents to the greater Lyons area. This program, “Lyons Welcomes You,” collects items from Chamber members to place in tote bags that will be given to new residents.
All that is needed from Chamber members are twenty-five items that will help to market your business or service to new residents. The committee
Published on Thursday, May 02 2013 13:45
A Wall Street Journal article on Friday, April 19, 2013 discussed the rising prices of women’s art. When thinking of women artists, most people remember Georgia O’Keeffe’s (1887-1996) paintings of landscapes, desert, and especially close-up flowers. Few people realize women
Published on Thursday, May 02 2013 13:31
Preventative medicine is the key to affordable healthcare. The more we can work to keep ourselves well, the greater contributors we our to our community. Many states in the U.S. have taken the steps to license Naturopathic Doctors in order to establish their place in the medical world. Most primary care doctors are licensed as an MD, which means they have completed medical education within the conventional
Published on Thursday, May 02 2013 13:21
Yesterday was May Day! In the olden days, folks would leave a flower on your doorstep, ring the door bell, and run. If you caught them, you got a kiss. It would be nice to do that again!
More snow is on the way. However, we have had lovely weather and warm sun to make the flowers bloom.
CONGRATULATIONS to Lyons Middle/Senior High and Peak to Peak Charter School who are among the top schools in Colorado, according to U.S. News and World Report. Peak to Peak was ranked first in the state, with Lyons at 16th. They said sixty-two percent of the seniors took AP
Published on Thursday, May 02 2013 13:07
By Renée Haip
While our snowy spring has provided critical moisture, it has also disrupted numerous track meets across the state. With a lull in inclement weather, this past week kept coaches and athletes busy as the JV Championships were held on Thursday—April 25, the Middle School
Published on Thursday, May 02 2013 07:00
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 of you to
Published on Thursday, April 25 2013 09:43
The U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced last week that CEMEX, Inc., the owner and operator of the Portland cement manufacturing facility in Lyons, has agreed to operate advanced pollution controls on its kiln, and pay a one million dollar civil penalty to resolve alleged violations of the Clean Air Act (CAA).
“This agreement will mean cleaner air for Colorado residents downwind of the CEMEX facility and will contribute to improved air quality in the Rocky Mountain National Park, which is one of our nation’s most cherished public spaces,” said Ignacia S. Moreno, Assistant Attorney General for the Justice Department’s Environment and Natural Resources Division. “The settlement is part of the