Published on Thursday, February 07 2013 14:43
After living in western Pennsylvania for most of their lives, Jay and Elaine Hodge decided it was time for a change; time to live closer to a son, daughter-in-law, and grandson, as well as two sisters who had all relocated to the Front Range of Colorado. Hodge decided to take the work experience he had accumulated in the foundry business and as a human resource officer, and apply it to the wine, spa, special events, and guest accommodations business. As a result, we have a new owner at the Rock n River Resort just outside of Lyons.
Published on Thursday, January 24 2013 14:42
People around town have been asking, “What’s with the flags and new sign in front of the Art Bank Building on the corner of Third and Main? “Well the answer is the Art Bank now houses the world corporate headquarters for SO2, a whitewater park design and consulting firm headed up by Lyons resident (and former Olympic whitewater kayaker) Scott Shipley. Shipley’s firm has been hired to create and enhance whitewater parks across the globe. He recently
Published on Thursday, January 10 2013 22:19
Rebecca Louzan Monroe and Alana Yerman (center with scissors) celebrated the grand opening of their Lyons Yoga and Wellness center (310 Main Street) at a ribbon cutting ceremony last Thursday evening January 3. The event was sponsored by the Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce and dozens of friends,
Published on Thursday, January 24 2013 14:35
By Kheli Mason
Ambassador programs are a key ingredient of many successful Chambers of Commerce. They serve as two-way communication links between the Chamber and its members. Not only does it provide another opportunity for members to learn more about what the Chamber is doing for member businesses, it provides a vital information link to coordinate community promotions and increase the effectiveness of activities, events and programs that benefit the local economy.
Published on Thursday, December 20 2012 17:11
Ms. LaVern Johnson, President of the Lyons Historical Society, is all smiles at receiving a donation of $1000 from Lyons CEMEX Plant Manager Bradley “Shane” Wilson for the restoration project of the town’s 1881 schoolhouse, which is now the Lyons Redstone Museum. CEMEX has been an active partner