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Lyons Regional Library
Work continues as the new Lyons Regional Library building on Railroad Avenue begins to take shape. The exterior framing is up, and the roof joists are being put in place. The grand opening for the facility has yet to be determined. Stay tuned!
The Lyons Recorder (in Lyons, Colorado) has been publishing for over one hundred years. It is a weekly paper (with an online presence: www.lyonsrecorder.com), coming out on Thursdays, and is the local legal paper of record. This is a viable turn-key business. Current owners have been at the helm for ten years, and are ready to retire and move on to new challenges. Profit & Loss statements and income tax records are available upon request.
This is an ideal business opportunity for a retired/semi-retired couple wishing to inculcate themselves into the fabric of a thriving artistic/musical community, or for a couple of parents (Moms and/or Dads) who, now
Oskar BLues-Lyons will be hosting our next social. The social will take place on Tuesday, February 19 at 303 Main Street, starting at 6 pm. As always, small appetizers and drinks will be provided!
All members welcome; if you are not a member and would like to attend, please let us know! We have a limited number of guest spots available and would love to fill them.
Revolving Loan Fund
The Town of Lyons, through its Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) Ad Hoc Advisory Committee members (collectively the “RLF Committee”), is managing a USDA RLF grant fund and a locally funded, Business Recovery Fund.
The federal grant funds were awarded on a competitive basis to the Town of Lyons to use for economic development, more specifically, for business and expansion loans that may help to create additional employment
By David McIntyre - Lyons Bluesologist
Leave it to Danny Shafer to come up with an idea like his Songbook. There is no plastic CD with this project, just a book and a download card for the music on Songbook. Not only is it innovative but it is free.
Those of you who have followed this column over the years, probably know my affection for solo performers, one person, one instrument, one heart, one soul, three chords and the truth. Songbook is the epitome of
By Ken Singer
Perhaps it was interest generated by the recent attack by a mountain lion on a man who was running on a trail at Horsetooth Reservoir last week. (Instead of being the lion’s dinner, the runner fought off the 80 pound lion, strangling it to save his life.) Or maybe it was that since Lyons is part of lions’ territory, that a presentation hosted by the Western Stars Gallery last Saturday drew an overflow crowd estimated at 150 to 175 from