Response to editorial/opinion by Sustainable Development Strategies Group SDSG regarding Municipal Energy of Nebraska’s Integrated Resource Plan. They claim it is misleading and has false information.
The Municipal Energy Agency that is the wholesale electricity supplier serving NE, CO, IO, and WY is up for its Integrated Resource Plan — stating what it plans to do in the next five years. Currently it plans to be “carbon neutral” by 2050, which is far longer than most other electricity providers. === see the recommendations given by Sustainable Development Strategies Group === and write a letter to the electric company by May 14th.
“Person on the Street” Q&A of local Lyons people
==What makes your Mom a great Mom?
==young kids respond to the question (in one sentence)
==photographs of the kids and their mom
==INDEX – of 14 Articles for the TWO YEAR Anniversary of COVID-19 in Colorado – March 2021-March 2022
==Plus Summary of COVID saga in its 2nd year – what happened, statistics, changes, etc.
On the same day in 1863, the U.S. government created both its own Department of Agriculture and a new model of higher-education education institution – land-grant universities – that also focused on preparing people to feed a growing nation.
READ more about Land-grant university Colorado State and what it is doing.–OPINION COLUMN
Opinion Article: vote no on solar panel array. — 5% cap from municipal solar plant – utility bills effected – feed electrical grid – empty land or not – cost of building it – constraint to growth or development or not – asset
Final report of the Lyons group promoting a pesticide-free Lyons park. Final dig is October 1st. Lyons DIG Days.
Remembering the tragedy at the World Trade Center in New York on 9/11/2001 — 20 years later — honoring our memories and feelings, and donating to appropriate charities.
You know how I love to do “strolling through Lyons” photo spreads; well, this time I do a “strolling through our lives” and cover what subjects filled our newspaper pages in 2021… your editor.
Four residents are asked what they think might be a solution to the mass shootings in Boulder and around the world; photo portraits