Another week gone by, and it is supposed to get colder this week. The leaves are pretty; take a weekend drive to the mountains.

HOMECOMING - All Lyons High alumni are urged to attend the Lyons vs. Estes Park football game on Friday, October 7, at 7 p.m.

It should be a good match. There will also be a halftime ceremony to present the Homecoming King and Queen and their court.

Here it is barely fall and it’s already snowing up on Trail Ridge Road. I hate to think of it snowing soon down here. I love the fall with the colors and the cooler nights,


Another week gone by and the days are a lot cooler. If you are hiking around watch out for rattle snakes. Take care.

LYONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS are buzzing around town to get pledges for their Jog-A-Thon scheduled for Friday, September 24, at 9 a.m., in the school playground. Last year they raised about $40,000! Help them again this year. All funds go toward supplies and activities that the school can’t provide. If students haven’t stopped by your place, call Tanya Daty at (303) 823-6631 and leave a message.


Another hot week gone by and several more months to go. Everyone is really enjoying the swimming at the Black Bear Hole, but they are anxious for the

Another week gone by and spring is definitely here. The trees are beautiful in white and red blossoms, the tulips, hyacinth, violets, and jonquils planted by the Garden Club are making Lyons beautiful. They say “April showers (snows) bring May flowers.” Enjoy.

We wish Lia a happy thirteenth birthday. She turned thirteen Wednesday, April 27.  Lia is such a great helper during the summer History Camp at the museum. We appreciate such wiliness to step up when needed.


Another week gone by, and it’s been hot and busy. The hot summer days have arrived; Ninety degrees and more! 

I guess due to my old age, I am getting a lot of honors, and they are nice while I am “alive and kicking” Over two hundred folks attended the Boulder Chamber of Commerce “Women Who Light Up the Community” celebration last Wednesday. Six ladies from across the community were


By LaVern Johnson

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. Her opinions are hers and do not necessarily represent those of the entire Board of Trustees.

It is finally getting a little warmer with the ice melting some. That was truly a cold spell;  although it is supposed to snow again!

We attended the Parent Engagement Network (PEN) meeting at Monarch High School last Thursday evening, which has a large group of kids using marijuana in school.

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