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LHS Boys Basketball
Aiden Christiansen finishing strong at the hoop against two Frontier defenders.
Madison Johnson shooting over some tough defense.
Photo by Laura Hickey
Affordable Housing Location
The four acres of platted land in the Lyons Valley Park subdivision that the Town of Lyons is hoping to develop into an affordable housing project is located just south and east of the McConnell Drive loop, the the area of the Carter Drive/Goranson Court, backing up the hill toward the irrigation ditch.
Going for Green in Lyons
By Kathleen Thurmes
While the connections between Zero Waste and social justice issues may not be immediately apparent, it’s important to recognize that every step in the “stuff” life-cycle creates and reinforces a system of winners and losers. Not only do our economic system and modern lifestyles create massive amounts of waste, but they also produce grave social inequalities. From the process of extracting and harvesting raw materials, to the energy (mostly fossil fuels) used to make and transport products, to the landfills and incinerators where waste ends up, we can find workers exploited, communities polluted, and ecosystems damaged.
The Lyons High School girls' basketball team traveled to Ault last week to face sixth ranked Highland on their home court. After a slow start (down by ten, 4 to 14 after first quarter) the Lions’ defense and offense came alive and closed the gap by halftime, trailing by a single bucket, 17 to 19. The Lions continued to keep it close, and even took a brief lead in the third period, and only trailed by four, 26 to 30, by the end of
The Lyons High School boys' basketball team ran their record to 2-3 in the Mile High League, which puts them in ninth place out of thirteen teams. The squad is currently ranked forty-ninth in 2A state, and in District 7 they are ranked sixth out of eight teams. The boys have just seven more games in the season to improve their rankings and hopefully get into postseason play. The teams remaining on Lyons schedule
Dear Lyons Community,
I would like to send out a heartfelt thank you to all the folks who donated blankets, comforters, and cash donations for the trip to Pine Ridge in December. I would also like to especially thank Claudine Perrault, Kurtis Kelly, and the staff at The Estes Valley Library, as well as Sam and