Published on Thursday, October 24 2013 10:25
“On Thursday, September 12, 2013, the small town of Lyons, Colorado awoke at 2 a.m., to the sound of flood sirens and the thunderous roar of the St. Vrain River flowing higher and faster than ever in recorded history. Terrified families, friends, neighbors, and animals had no choice but to scramble for higher ground, and over the course of the next six days, Lyons would be changed forever. The St. Vrain River isolated this
Published on Thursday, August 08 2013 06:57
The Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce’s Lyons Welcomes You committee is collecting items for the welcome bags that will be given to new residents. Items are due Friday, August 30, to be dropped off at the Bank of the West or Lyons Dental. We are collecting twenty-five items from each business, to assemble twenty-five bags for future use.
As a chamber member you are invited to include items that promote your business and encourage new residents to become your customers. What we need from you, are twenty-five items of whatever you
Published on Thursday, July 18 2013 10:24
By Christy Crosser
New residents who have recently moved to the Lyons area are invited to register for a Welcome Bag full of items from Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce members. You may register online at the Chamber website: Lyons-Colorado.com.
The Chamber thanks the following member businesses for contributing to this Welcome Bag (additional members were listed in a previous Lyons Recorder edition).
Published on Thursday, August 01 2013 08:48
Lyons Quilting was sold earlier this summer when long-time (thirteen years) proprietor Jan Rold of Longmont decided it was time to retire. She sold the business to Pinewood Springs resident Tracey Barber, who has worked at the quilt shop for nearly three years. Barber, who
Published on Thursday, July 18 2013 10:15
If you’ve ever wanted to see your name up in neon lights, then Estes Park resident Duane Albrecht is the man to see. Albrecht, a retired insurance salesman, spends his summers in Estes and his winters in Arizona. While down south, he became