BOT Says “Yes” To Pot; “No” To Cigarettes

By Joseph Lekarczyk
Any time a marijuana ordinance, be it retail or medical, is on the Board of Trustees’ (BOT) agenda as a public hearing one can expect that there might be some “emotional fireworks.” That was certainly the case Monday evening, but the fireworks came from a somewhat unexpected quarter.

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Elizabeth “Betty” (Bowen) Frysig Begley

Elizabeth “Betty” (Bowen) Frysig Begley, 79, of Indianapolis, passed away July 29. She was born January 31, 1935 to the late Lowell Francis and Pauline (Walters) Bowen.

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Walk to End Alzheimer's

By Linda L. Osmundson

Mention dementia and someone will tell you of a friend or family member who has/had it. Do you know one of the 35.6 million people worldwide who suffer from dementia? I do. A year ago my husband, Bob, was diagnosed with Progressive Aphasia Dementia just one of dementia’s many names. Alzheimer’s is another. Dementia affects memory, the mind’s ability to word process, and reason. Causes include heredity, vascular disease,

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Congratulations Maria!

Maria Cross of Lyons has received her M.S. Nursing-RN to MSN--Education from Western Governors University (www.wgu.edu). The university held its 27th semi-annual commencement ceremony in Salt Lake City on July 12 and celebrated the graduation of more than 5,500 graduates. The

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New Preschool In Lyons

Believe it or not, summer is almost over, and school begins again in a little more than a week. As kids start gathering their new binders, notebooks, pens, pencils, markers, backpacks, etc., for the new school year, several local parents are putting the final touches on the new Lyons

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About Town - August 7, 2014

This is my one thousandth Lyons Recorder column recorded on my computer (7/7/03 seems to be the first). That column states that the Parks & Rec. put out their cook book; the Red Rock Ramblers had Tom Roper as caller (and he still comes); 8000 dancers went to the National in

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Biking To Benefit Lyons

Cyclists 4 Lyons is hoping that a thousand recreational cyclists will be biking thirty-three miles up the South Saint Vrain Canyon on the morning of Saturday, September 13, to benefit the Lyons Community Foundation. Another hundred mountain bikers will be biking up the Picture Rock Trail and

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Lyons Politicians Tackle Flood Insurance Deadline

By Meg Waters
Some of our local politicians are working to convince FEMA to extend deadlines that essentially prohibit homeowners affected by last September’s flood from filing a lawsuit against the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).

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What Does “Public Engagement” Mean For Housing Recovery In Lyons?

By Amy Reinholds
Thanks to CU Denver College of Architecture and Planning graduate students and faculty, the Housing Recovery Task Force (HRTF) will have guidance about ways that the Town of Lyons can engage the public and work to reach agreement in the community so that the town’s trustees can move forward on housing recovery decisions.  

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