Published on Thursday, August 06 2015 18:12
Tech Talk with Bob & Lee
Bob: Today, we’re going to talk about the “Consumer Code for Wireless Service” and “Mobile Virtual Network Operators,” CCWS and MVNO for short. Doesn’t that sound like fun?
Lee: Tech guys sometimes lack showmanship. Is it your intention that no one read this column? Let’s re-title this “Want to pay less for cell phone service?”
Published on Thursday, August 06 2015 17:32
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Published on Thursday, July 30 2015 10:31
Some of you may remember, back in the day, when we had national touring Blues acts at Oskar’s in Lyons; one of my favorites, and as I think back, one of the fans’ favorites was a relatively unknown guitarist named Scott Holt. The term “blow the place away” may have been coined at one of this guy’s raucous, loud, stinging,
Published on Thursday, July 30 2015 10:38
The City of Boulder’s Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce they have reopened the Evert Pierson Kids’ Fishing Pond for public use (only for children ages 12 and under) as of last Saturday, July 25. The Boulder Fish and Game Club will restocked the pond prior to reopening.
Published on Thursday, July 30 2015 09:47
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What a weekend! The Festival was full with crowds pouring over onto the streets, alleys, etc. wherever they could squeeze in, instead of going to the Festival Parking. However, the music was great, and the town took in a fair amount of sales tax and camping/parking fees so maybe it is a trade off. A lot of Lyons residents get discounts, volunteer, work, and get free tickets to enjoy the weekend. Also, many folks enjoyed music from