Nola Basey's college volleyball career is winding down. Nola played volleyball and ran track for Lyons High School before attending Denver University on a volleyball scholarship. Her DU volleyball team qualified for the NCAA Division-1 Tournament by winning the Summit League


Lyons Life By Ken Singer

“Volunteering is a way of life,” says Crystal White, a familiar sight around Lyons in her green Lyons Volunteer tee-shirt. This week, she was spending quite a few hours in Sandstone Park helping set up the more than 800,000 light bulbs that are part of the annual holiday light display. Parks and Recreation,


Lyons Area Amateur Radio Net (LAARN) is an outgrowth of Lyons Prepared, a volunteer group that came about as a result of the flooding we experienced in 2013.

One of the critical problems we experienced during the flood was the inability of our neighborhoods to establish reliable communication



By Linda L. Osmundson

In the past, women have conquered many obstacles and succeeded in their fields of choice. Women artists were no different. In order to sell their works in the early days, they seldom signed their own names. They used a made-up name or their husband’s. Why? Because women were not accepted as artists. A daughter was expected to


As Quentin Tarantino fans are gearing-up for his latest movie, H8ful Eight, to hit theaters this January, Coloradans are even more thrilled to see their beautiful state showcased on the big screen. The new western was filmed near the stunning southwest Colorado town of Telluride. But, H8ful Eight is not the only big



Winter can be an especially perilous time to be on the roads. Snow, ice, fog and longer nights present challenges to drivers that can lead to crashes.

People do less driving in winter, yet we have more crashes per mile driven. Some 10,780 people were killed in car crashes

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