Boys Claim Patriot League Championship

By Renée Haip

On Thursday, May 10, Lyons Track and Field traveled east to Eaton where they participated in the Patriot League meet, their final meet before the state championships.  The sole 2A representative in a field of larger, competitive 3A schools, the Lyons Lions had a terrific day with many personal and season best performances.

 

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Making Up For Cuts in Social Security

By Doug Carey

Have you heard the latest news on social security? The social security trust fund will be short on funds three years earlier than last projected. The retirement and disability fund is now projected by the Social Security Board of Trustees to be short on funds starting in 2033. By law this means that all of those who receive benefits will have their benefit payments cut by an amount necessary to restore the fund to solvency. This is

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Roads Traveled With Linda L. Osmundson

Estes Park hosts a multitude of events throughout the summer, which encourage spending a day in the town, or perhaps even several days. You can find the town’s event calendar at www.estesparkcvb.com/calendar.cfm. Then just click on a particular date for more information on that day’s activities. Here are a few highlights for summer visits.

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Ask the Handy Woman! with Kheli Mason

D-U-C-T, Or D-U-C-K?

It’s spelled D-U-C-T, not D-U-C-K, right? Not so fast. As I was researching the origins of this ubiquitous and arguably the most useful product known to humanity, I stumbled upon the most interesting facts. One of which is that, indeed, the product now known as duct tape today started out as “Duck Tape” in World War II. Like some of the adhesives I wrote about last month, the military has been quite instrumental in many of the

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Mayor Pro Tem Runs A Tight Ship

By Joseph Lekarczyk

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor.

With Mayor Julie Van Domelen en route to Africa, Mayor Pro Tem Kirk Udovich got a chance to bang the gavel at Monday evening’s Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting. It was the first “real” meeting for the newly elected Board, where they actually got to “take care of business.” And, things went smoothly for Udovich, once the emergency flashflood-warning test announcement stopped interrupting his efforts to open the proceedings.

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Roads Traveld With Linda L. Osmundson

Governor’s Invitational Art Show/Sale

Paintings and sculptures by fifty-seven of Colorado’s best artists, like Lundeen, DeDecker, Walbye, Mosher, Hevron-Mahoney, and more internationally-known artists, appear in the Twenty-First Governor’s Invitational Art Show and Sale at the Loveland Museum/Gallery. The show opened Saturday, April 28, and runs through Sunday, June 10. Oil, watercolor, and acrylic paintings along

 

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Community Service Officers will begin Enforcement SATURDAY, MAY 5

The 2012 Enforcement will begin Saturday, May 5 and runs thru September.

Community Service Officers Tom and Ed will be enforcing the 2-hour parking on Main Street, other restricted parking areas, and paid parking in Meadow and Bohn Parks.

Parking restrictions will be enforced on WEEKENDS (Saturday and Sunday), during special events and holidays.

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“This town rocks!”

Dear Lyons Community,
The Lyons Community Foundation (LCF) wants to take this opportunity to say “THANK YOU! LCF, and Bonfils want to thank everyone  for their support of Easter weekend’s blood drive and bone marrow  registration. We far surpassed all our expectations. We maxed out the bus, filling up all of the potential

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Roads Traveled With Linda L. Osmundson

Roads Traveled With Linda L. Osmundson

For the next daytrip suggestion, I’ll concentrate on historic Georgetown. A long time ago when my husband and I were dating, we’d go skiing then stop on the downhill drive from Eisenhower Tunnel in Georgetown for dinner. By the time we ate a bite, the heavy traffic had cleared away and it was smooth driving into Denver.

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