Published on Thursday, January 08 2015 12:49
Starting on New Year’s Day, dogs under voice-and-sight control of their guardians on designated City of Boulder trails must wear blue Voice and Sight Program Tags. Previously issued green tags will no longer be valid.
Published on Thursday, January 08 2015 12:40
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is upgrading its Statewide Bicycle and Scenic Byways map, giving local governments an opportunity to provide cycling information specific to their area.
Published on Wednesday, January 07 2015 00:00
Editor’s Note: Mayor John O’Brien read the following letter at Monday night’s Board of Trustees meeting just prior to the Board selecting a site for replacement housing. I asked him if I could print it in this week’s paper. Joseph Lekarczyk, Editor
Dear Lyons Community,
I find myself with mixed emotions tonight: I am both encouraged and disappointed.
I am encouraged because more than a year ago the previous board approved a blue ribbon panel of concerned, involved citizens who, with the LyonsRead more: The Preferred Site for Recovery Housing
Published on Wednesday, December 31 2014 14:17
Most individuals pursuing post-secondary education receive some sort of financial aid. Financial aid is comprised of scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study. Last month, high school seniors were advised to focus on applying for scholarships. Use January to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Published on Wednesday, December 31 2014 11:08
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known the author of this column is an elected official. Her opinions are hers, and do not necessarily reflect those of the Board.
Another week gone by, and now it’s New Years. Happy New Years everybody. I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas like I did.
MOVIE on Saturday, January 3, at Ken’s Photography (behind The Stone Cup) at 7:30 p.m. is “Thelma and Louise”
Published on Wednesday, December 31 2014 10:52
Roads Traveled by Linda L. Osmundson
Now is the time for those dreaded New Year’s resolutions that we find unfulfilled at the end of the year. I’ve researched, read, considered, and made a list of possible subjects for my twenty-four articles for 2015. Let’s take a peek.
Published on Wednesday, December 31 2014 09:53
After a summer of feverish work, a new Montessori school opened up in the old parsonage next to the Lyons Community Church. Mayor John O’Brien and Trustee LaVern Johnson helped the Lyons Valley Preschool staff and board proudly cut the ribbon to welcome a couple dozen eager toddlers to the world of education.
Published on Monday, December 29 2014 09:47
Editor’s Note: In order that Lora and I, and all our wonderful volunteer contributors might enjoy some time off to be with our families and friends during the holidays the Lyons Recorder will continue our tradition of using the last week of the Old Year, and the first week of the New Year to bring our readers the Year in Review. On behalf of everyone connected to the Lyons Recorder, we hope you all enjoy the holidays, and we wish everyone a very Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!
Joseph Lekarczyk and Lora Gilson
Much in the same way of 2013 being remembered mostly for the devastating September flood, 2014 here in Lyons seemed to a large extent to resolve around “recovery.” Life did get somewhat back to “normal” for most residents. However, as a walk through the Confluence Neighborhood shows, we still have a long way to go.
Published on Thursday, December 25 2014 16:03
By Lyons Bluesologist, David McIntyre
What was Robert Johnson really doing at the crossroads?
First, some background. This story is one I wrote many years ago for the Denver Blues & Bones Festival. They wanted a short piece on the blues and BBQ, and I had been thinking about the myth of the iconic bluesman Robert Johnson going down to the crossroads of Highways 49 and 61 in Clarkdale, Mississippi to sell his soul to the Devil; who in turn made him a great guitar player.