Published on Thursday, April 23 2015 18:42
Here at Red Canyon Art, we’ve been working hard this past year to create a new store for Lyons. We’re continuing to find unique, handcrafted artisan goods to offer, and many of the artists are local to Lyons andRead more: Red Canyon Art Hosts First Event
Published on Thursday, April 23 2015 18:37
By Emily Flemming
Editor’s note: Emily Flemming is the Co-Executive Director of LEAF and Lyons resident since six weeks before the flood. She is also a Lyons Mama, pastor, Southern transplant, hobby writer and tap dancer.
In March, the Lyons Emergency Assistance Fund (LEAF) received a fifteen thousand dollar grant from the Lyons Community Foundation (LCF) towards the purchase price of a conversion van for the Lyons Community FoodRead more: Help LEAF Get “Root”ed
Published on Thursday, April 23 2015 18:27
Some who learn that the Lyons Board of Trustees (BOT) ended up amending their “one thousand foot rule” (according to Ordinance 952, which the Board passed last summer, no marijuana businesses can conduct business within a thousand feet of another such business) on April 20 (a.k.a. four-twenty), a day used across the
Published on Thursday, April 23 2015 18:22
On Sunday, April 12, Kim Rees of Thayne, Wyoming was mountain biking with her husband in the Rabbit Mountain Open Space just east of Lyons. They decided to change trails and to do this had to walk across a patch of weeds. As Rees followed her husband, carrying her bike she felt a sharp pain in her leg and out of the corner
Published on Thursday, April 23 2015 17:54
Oskar Blues Brewery in Longmont and Brevard, North Carolina will hold fundraisers to support our friend Michelle Wilkins and her family in both Brevard and Longmont (both places that Michelle and Oskar Blues call home) on Saturday, April 25.
Published on Thursday, April 23 2015 17:38
Boulder County is seeking donors to help children and teens in the child welfare system spend time at summer camp this year. With camp registrations taking place now, donors are needed immediately.
Published on Thursday, April 23 2015 17:32
In the wake of the non-native pest emerald ash borer being detected in the City of Boulder last fall, CSU Extension and Boulder County are teaming up to offer Boulder County property owners a free replacement tree seedling for an ash tree on their property. The seedling give away will take place Saturday, April 25, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (or while supplies last), at Boulder County Clerk & Recorder’s Office (1750 33rd Street, Boulder) and at the Boulder County Fairgrounds (9595 Nelson Road, Longmont).
Four varieties of trees will be available for pickup. Field experts will be on hand to assist property owners in their decision on which of the four varieties of seedlings would be best on their property and to answer questions about emerald ash
Published on Thursday, April 23 2015 17:28
vision –check; blood pressure – check; balance – check; bone density – check; weight – whoa, wait what? “Well, okay if we have to, but I think that scale may weigh at little on the high side, plus I just ate some cookies over there after the blood draw so I wouldn’t faint.”
Published on Thursday, April 23 2015 16:22
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 represent those of the entire Board of Trustees.
Yes, another week gone by, and what a good rain. As it was really pouring down, it was very scary. Reminding of us of the September 2013 flood (it was the most rain since the flood). I was actually glad when it stopped! We can see the pastures and hills green up right before our eyes! Spring has sprung!
We do welcome the Special Housing Committee (currently made up of Craig Ferguson, Thomas Delker, Justin Spencer, and Nathaniel Mohatt,) who had a hand in defeating the sixty-six unit recovery housing project in Bohn Park, but vow they will