Published on Thursday, January 29 2015 15:26
Sheriff Joe Pelle announced today that County Sheriffs of Colorado, Inc. (CSOC), the state sheriffs association, will award a $500 scholarship to a deserving Boulder County student next spring. Application
Published on Thursday, January 29 2015 14:18
Rachel Tallent’s mixed media art show titled “Instagram! Bam! Thank You, Ma’am!” will be featured at The Stone Cup for the month of February. This will be Talent’s second one-woman show at The Cup, and she will host an open house celebration Friday evening, February 6, from 6 to 9 p.m.
Published on Thursday, January 29 2015 14:06
By Kathleen Spring
There’s nothing like friendly conversation over a hot nutritious meal during the cold, overcast days of winter. Lyons seniors have been enjoying this experience over the past several decades, thanks to dedicated volunteers and donors. The current senior center is located in the Walt Self Community Building on Railroad Avenue, next to the post office.
Published on Thursday, January 29 2015 13:45
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. The opinions stated are hers, and do not necessarily reflect those of the entire Board of Trustees.
Another week gone by. Where does time fly! We are all saying prayers this week due to the severe accident our good friend Rick England was in with driver Iann Clayton up the North St. Vrain by the Stone Mountain Lodge. Both are in the hospital with broken bones.
Published on Tuesday, January 27 2015 08:52
Adam’s Camp announced today that they are teaming up with Partners in Pediatrics (PIP) again to host Hoops for Hope, a basketball/entertainment event to raise funds for the children, youth and families of Adam’s Camp and Chauncey Billups is joining the team for this third annual event, expected to draw up to 1000 in attendance.Read more: Chauncey Billups to play in the 3rd annual "Hoops for Hope"
Published on Thursday, January 22 2015 14:56
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. The opinions stated here are hers, and do not necessarily reflect those of the entire Board of Trustees.
Here it is, another week gone by. A lot of good music in town always; at Oskar Blues, The Fork, The Stone Cup, Spirit Hound Distillery, and others. You are always invited to attend and enjoy.
The Town of Lyons is getting lined up for the sixty recovery homes on a portion of Bohn Park, although a vote is still required. It is indeed a challenge to give up a part of that beautiful park, but what else? I do want to compliment members of the Housing Replacement Task Force
Published on Thursday, January 22 2015 14:44
By Kari Basey
The Lyons High School Varsity boys basketball team lost to undefeated Highland 71 to 80 last week. The nine-point margin was significantly better than when the two teams played earlier this season. Shea Gilman and Zach Christiansen led the Lions in scoring with twenty-three
Published on Thursday, January 22 2015 14:36
The Lyons girls’ basketball team fell short last week with back-to-back losses, and their record for the year now stands at two wins and eight losses. The young Lyons squad couldn’t quite find a rhythm as a team, and started slow in both games. The squad will need to find a little
Published on Thursday, January 22 2015 12:20
By Emily Gubler
How have our neighboring mountain communities organized around preparedness? We are fortunate to have several examples to look to and learn from. For this article I interviewed Amy Hardy about Gold Hill’s Neighbor Link program. I started off by asking Hardy: What inspired Gold