Published on Thursday, August 20 2015 14:25
Those who know Kirk Udovich will wonder how he could possibly find time to dive into a book. When he’s is not at work, he’s found most often running, biking and playing his guitar. His favorite go-to for what he refers to as “mindless entertainment” is diving into a Clive Cussler action adventure novel.
Published on Thursday, August 20 2015 14:08
American ingenuity remains one of the most valuable and coveted resources in the world.
One example of that spirit is demonstrated in our start-ups and small businesses. Start-ups have created an average of two million jobs in the United
Published on Thursday, August 20 2015 13:54
The Board of Trustees (BOT) was once again scolded Monday night at Town Hall during the audience business portion of the agenda. This time the scolder was former Trustee Ed Bruder who took issue with the notion that Commercial Eastern Corridor (CEC) zoning status should even be considered for the River Bend wedding venue property on the western border of town. Bruder, who was on the Board when the CEC zone was first discussed and created, vehemently felt that the “perks,” (uses by right, density allowances, mixed use, etc.) which go along with those properties in a CEC zone were
Published on Thursday, August 13 2015 14:36
The Boulder Arts and Crafts Gallery, an artist owned and operated cooperative, looks for new work for display in our store on an ongoing basis. Consignment applications can be picked up at our gallery (1421 Pearl Street), filled out online at this link to our website, or by calling (303) 443-3683 to have one mailed to you. We review potential new work for our consignment program on the third Tuesday of February, May, August, September (jewelry applications only in September) and October. There is a $35 application fee to apply.
Published on Thursday, August 13 2015 14:24
August: Important Documents
Welcome Class of 2016 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 - giving you one area to concentrate on for each month of your senior year.
Topics range from gathering information about yourself, preparing for and applying to the colleges you have researched, to organizing your finances and getting ready to move forward. Although each of these areas of concentration could be doneRead more: Life 101: Beyond High School for the Class of 2016
Published on Thursday, August 13 2015 14:16
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.
Here it is another week, and soon, it’ll be time for school to start (see this weeks plans below).
It is time for Rock Mountain Folks Festival, and the town is filling up. Song School, concerts, most days and nights are sold out. It is enjoyable. If you don’t go, put up your signs, sit outside, and enjoy the music.
The Lyons Arts and Humanities Commission is looking into funding for a Create Art Housing project like in Loveland, a
Published on Thursday, August 13 2015 13:54
Editor’s note: Ken Singer is an Apple Valley resident who will be a regular contributor to the Lyons Recorder featuring stories of interest about the community.
Several people from Lyons have described Diane Dandeneau as a “Renaissance woman.” Her many talents give credence to the label. However, Diane downplays her considerable abilities as a painter, songwriter, musician, and environmentalist. Her experiences in life have given her a variety of tools, which she brings to her work.Read more: A Renaissance Woman
Published on Thursday, August 13 2015 13:31
By Joanne Barnard
Welcome Class of 2016 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 - giving you one area to concentrate for each month of your senior year. Topics range from gathering information about yourself, preparing for and applying
Published on Thursday, August 13 2015 12:31
BoCo Strong, an organization committed to developing resilience throughout the county, will be hosting the first annual Resilience Awards at Planet Bluegrass in Lyons on September 24. The awards will be presented to Boulder County residentsRead more: Nominations For Resilience Awards