Building A Multi-Million Dollar Library Now Is Just Wrong!

Dear People of Lyons,
During this past weekend we, the people of the greater Lyons community, had opportunities to reflect on the flood one year ago.  We heard speeches about what has been done, what will be done, and what needs to be done.  No matter if you attended events at Planet Bluegrass, Bohn Park,

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Wine Tasting Trails

Roads Traveled by Linda L. Osmundson

When you think of grape growing or wine tasting, California’s Napa Valley comes to mind. But, did you know Colorado hosts over ninety wineries with more than thirty on the Front Range? And, the state’s winemaking began over a century ago? Or, some Colorado climates rival California’s grape growing regions?

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About Town - September 18, 2014

THANKS TO ALL
The Commemorative of the September 13, 2013 flood was wonderful.  Very heartwarming and sincere.  Starting Thursday evening at Planet Bluegrass, the Towns 10 Commissions and their Board Liaisons each gave a brief message  of their accomplishments during and after the flood and

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Lyons Football Is Back

By Gary Gorman
Lions football is back in Lyons this year after having to play their games on other fields due to the flood last year.
Recapping the season so far, Lyons started their season on August 30, taking on a strong Wiggins team at home. The young Lions had a rough start

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Lyons Businesses Get Some “Skin” In The Game

Everyone knows that small locally owned businesses are the backbone and lifeblood of any community. A while back, Lyons Physical Therapy owner Bronwyn Muldoon, after hearing countless tales from her patients about the challenges they were facing trying to rebuild their homes and lives after the September flood, started trying to come up with a way that she and some of the

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Benefit for WRV Restoration Programs

Wildlands Restoration Volunteers, organizer of several Lyons flood restoration projects, will benefit from an Evening with John Fielder - Celebrating 50 years of the Wilderness Act, Thursday, Oct. 16 at the Dickens Opera House in Longmont. Proceeds from the sales of books by John Fielder (and

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Lady Lion’s Walk-Off-Win

It is always exciting to get a walk-off-win, and this is the second time this year the Lady Lions have been able to mob a teammate as she crosses the plate with the winning run. This time it was Shaeli Herman who came through in the clutch with a well-placed blooper in front of the right fielder. Liz

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New GOCO School Playgrounds Grant Program

For the first time, the Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) School Play Yard Initiative will offer funding for professional design services to successful grantees for the 2015 grant cycle. Over $600,000 will be awarded to six schools over the course of GOCO’s competitive grant process for the design and construction of school play yards.

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The Streak Continues!

By Wendy Stevelinck
It became very apparent early on that the JV volleyball team was in complete control in their victory over Dawson, winning in two sets 25 to 13 and 25 to 5.  Haley Karsel was on a serving roll in the second set, scoring twelve straight points. Maddi Maguire also had ten serving aces for the set.

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