Published on Wednesday, November 26 2014 16:42
By Lizzy Scully
Red Fox is offering a locals discount for 20% off until Christmas. Plus, the store will be offering warm refreshments the day of the Holiday Parade, December 6.
When Jim Wagner moved to Lyons from Glenwood Springs it was initially because this avid world traveler and Red Fox outdoor equipment and clothing company designer wanted to be closer to the airport. But not long after moving, he realized that Lyons would be the perfect place for a flagship Red
Published on Wednesday, November 26 2014 16:10
Emma at the Bud Depot in Lyons Village Central Plaza on Main Street is ready to serve your retail marijuana needs, as of Tuesday, November 25. The Bud Depot was granted a Town of Lyons business licenses about three weeks ago, and has been doing renovations so they can act as a “dual” dispensary (the selling of both retail and medical marijuana). All customers will now need to show proof that they twenty-one years of age or older, and if they wish to purchase medical marijuana, they must still present their state issued card.
Published on Thursday, October 23 2014 15:37
Lyons resident Arn Hayden is the owner and founder of the natural snack food company, SolBites here in Lyons. SolBites was accepted to, and is actively raising capital on CircleUp, which is a leader in equity-based crowdfunding that focuses on connecting angel investors to cutting-edge consumer product companies. It is an exciting time for SolBites, and an opportunity for the company to expand.
Published on Thursday, November 20 2014 13:54
Opticus Inc., the original Internet supplier of prescription high altitude (glacier) glasses announces their expansion into prescription everyday glasses at their national office located at 419 Main Street in Lyons.
Published on Thursday, August 07 2014 16:08
Former Boulder resident Jeremy Ragland, owner of the bank building on the corner of Main and Third (a.k.a “the broken clock building) hired the crew down at Gwynn’s Greenhouse to create a “micro-park along the Third Avenue side of the building. After replacing a railroad tie planting area