A “Dino-namic” Lady

Lyons Life - By Ken Singer

What do you get when you are in love with theater and archeology? Most likely it results in performing paleontology- the marriage that becomes the “Dinosaur Lady”- Connie Burkhart.

Her love of acting was set by her friendship with the Osmond family (Marie was her best friend) from the age of ten. Connie lived in the Southern California neighborhood with the Osmonds and later dabbled in television and touring theater in the West.
During high school, an excavation for a pipeline near the school grounds gave her the opportunity to observe archeology close up and that fascinated her. So, she dual majored in theater and archeology in college. Field trips into the Four Corners area gave her “one

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Defending X-C State Champion Lions Advance to State

By Renée Haip
One year ago, the Lyons Lions boys and girls cross country teams swept the regional titles, advanced to state, and earned first-ever double gold. This year the Lions aim to defend their team titles and one pivotal step toward realizing that goal is the regional championship race. Held on their home course on Thursday, October 22, Lyons hosted eight races representing the 2A,

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