Published on Thursday, April 17 2014 18:58
Last week was a strange week; seventy degrees on Saturday and snowing Sunday, and nice again on Tuesday. It helps green the grass, but is scary about the run-off.
APRIL 15: The day to get your income tax returns in, or file for an extension. This is always a trying day to millions, including yours truly.
Published on Thursday, April 10 2014 14:00
FAREWELL TO JULIE, SANDY, AND KIRK, dedicated Mayor and Trustees, who devoted more hours than you can think of, to you the town residents. A farewell reception was given in their honor Monday, before the regular town board meeting. It started with The Quilt store, via Barb Harrison and Laurie Test, presenting each Trustee with a lovely quilt; Town Administrator Victoria Simonsen gave accolades to each, and the big crowd enjoyed
Published on Thursday, March 27 2014 12:18
Hi everyone! Spring has arrived. The Garden Club’s daffodils are popping up, and will be blooming soon (our thanks to that group of hard workers). They say most of the beds going east of town were washed out with the flood, and they have to start over. Send your donation to this group (P.O. Box 49) to help with their expenses. Volunteers to rebuild the stonewalls of the beds are needed. Contact: Lyonsvolunteers.org
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED SAT.
Lots of Volunteers are needed for this Saturday at 9 a.m. The Lyons Volunteers will be focusing on park clean-up. We have work to do in Meadow Park, Bohn Park and a LOT of work to do on the St. Vrain Trail between the Black Bear Hole and the
Published on Thursday, April 03 2014 11:59
Spring is here, and Spring Break. The weather is good, the crocuses (or is it croci?) are blooming, and the town is recovering. All seem to be doing fairly well.
Tuesday was April Fools’ Day, but this is certainly no joke. We say farewell to Mayor Julie, and Trustees Kirk Udovich and Sandy Banta who are retiring from the Town Board. They are invaluable, and will certainly be
Published on Thursday, March 20 2014 14:07
WE CELEBRATED ST. PATRICK’S DAY by wearing green, going to Oskar Blues, eating corned beef and cabbage at the Lyons Senior Center with The Community/Methodist Church serving the meal, and declaring us all as Irish. I am part Irish, which makes me a crusader and out-for-action. The Irish have had a hard life, and are still having trouble with