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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!
Beginning on Saturday, May 25 through Friday, May 31, the eastern trail along Bohn Park will be closed to pedestrian and bike traffic. The closed area includes the full stretch between the 2nd Avenue entrance (near the Bohn Park tennis court) and the dog park, and will remain closed throughout the week. In an effort to make up for lost time, due to recent unworkable weather conditions, both the skatepark contractor, Team Pain, and the Phase II contractor, Walsh Construction, will work through the weekend; specifically, Walsh will be widening the eastern trail, as part of the Phase II
By Dr. Sara Hart, ND, LAc
The noise of a rumbling and grumbling belly can be quite a disconcerting experience. Particularly when it’s awkwardly timed at a business meeting, a romantic moment or worse! Was it something I ate? Montezuma’s revenge? Or is it normal? These are all questions pondered while trying to pretend it’s really the dog’s belly that everyone is uncomfortably hearing.
Our bodies are made up of more microorganisms than our own human cells. These microflora exist as symbiotic support to our organ systems or as pathology, depending upon the environment. Just like the tree depends on microflora to accompany the minerals from the soil into the roots, the
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
Just in time for Halloween, Day of the Dead, and All Saints Day, Lyons resident Junior Burke will read excerpts and sign copies of his new book “A Thousand Eyes.” A book that could be considered in horror genre, “A Thousand Eyes” tells the story of Lynton, a small Colorado town of 2000 people nestled at the confluence of