Published on Thursday, February 20 2014 16:55
As part of flood recovery efforts, Boulder County officials have announced they will apply for funds from FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP). Funds from the program will be used to acquire, elevate or structurally retrofit properties that were substantially damaged inRead more: BoCo Intends To Acquire “Buy Out” Funding
Published on Thursday, February 20 2014 16:51
By Rebecca Louzan
Community Recovery Planning is an inclusive process that does three things. First, it helps disaster-impacted communities, such as Lyons, identify the issues they face and want to address. It then provides a framework for developing solutions to address those issues. Finally, it provides a vehicle for building consensus around the best-proposed solutions.
Published on Thursday, February 20 2014 16:47
By Amy Reinholds
Lyons Planner Rosi Dennett has been meeting with landowners whose homes were damaged by the flood. Here are some frequently asked questions about two forms of federal grant money that can be available: one from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and one from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The source of these FAQs is the Boulder CountyRead more: FAQs About FEMA And HUD Grants
Published on Thursday, February 20 2014 14:28
By Matt Smith
The Lyons High School boys’ basketball team took a disappointing fall in the final home game of the season. It was Senior Night, and the Lions were led by seniors Logan Watson with nine points, and Senior Chris Lennard with seven points. Seniors Heath Fesenmeyer and Trent Poulsen each chipped in with four points. And, starting for the first time this season, after recovering from a broken leg he
Published on Thursday, February 20 2014 13:34
Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson
Each morning aboard ship, I showered and dressed in the dark while Bob slept. In the Lido Restaurant, I chose various items from the buffet and always included a chocolate or berry croissant.
I pulled a chair next to my new friend at the jam session and watched the musicians arrive decked out in shorts. More people crowded the hallway and venue. Again, the upbeat music, silly jokes, and casual friendships created an uplifting
Published on Thursday, February 20 2014 10:57
By Dr. Sara Hart, ND, MSOM, LAc
It’s a perfect day when you wake up naturally without an alarm. To arise fully rested, stretch your arms leisurely and yawn. Pondering with a gentle inquisition, “hmmm, what do I feel like doing today?” Rather than the rush of too many responsibilities to juggel comfortably. When fresh vital foods are all that you crave so you make yourself a gorgeous meal to start your day.
Published on Thursday, February 20 2014 10:50
Gary and Sandra Secrest of Los Alamos, New Mexico, visited Lyons over the weekend, but were disappointed to have missed the last basketball game of the season, thinking it would be Friday, but was held on Thursday night. Gary, a great sportsman while in school (class of 1969), is the third son of Lloyd and Betty Secrest, who operated Lloyd’s Barber Shop for forty-one years (1950-1991), while
Published on Thursday, February 20 2014 10:44
Hope you had a Happy Valentine’s Day! It was nice that Mayama furnished babysitting for parents so they could have the “night out.” A great gesture ($20 per child with fun, snacks, and good care); so thank you. Ken Wajda had some good movies at the Lyons Cinema &
Published on Thursday, February 13 2014 13:50
By Matt Smith
On a frigid Friday night (February 7), in Greeley, Colorado, the Lyons Lions played the University Bulldogs. This season University sports a ten and six record overall, and is five and three in league play. Lyons has totaled four wins against thirteen loses, and are one and six within the league.
Seniors Heath Fesenmeyer and Logan Watson, and juniors Zack Christiansen and Shea Gilman led the Lions in a heart-breakingly close loss to the powerful Bulldogs, by a score of 56 to 53. Bulldog Juniors Daniel Buhler and Andrew Larson, along