Letters To The Editor

We should not be denied

Dear Editor,
As I walked along the river the other day I came to a fence blocking my way back out to the street. Happily, I did manage to get out, but realized that yet another stretch of river is being denied to us all. Summer is coming and despite their ravagement last September, our rivers continue to provide recreation, peace, and

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She's The Best

Dear Editor,
Imagine losing your wife at a young age. Then imagine her body being burned in a fire at a mortuary before the final arrangements were made. That’s what happened to my friend when the Howe Mortuary went up in flames. His suffering, grief and anger were beyond words. He arrived at the scene of the fire wanting answers. What had happened to his wife?

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Heartfelt Thanks

Dear Lyons Community,
Thank you to everyone who participated in the 9th Annual Easter Celebration at Sandstone Park. .
Heartfelt thanks to Eben Grace for his gracious help in orchestrating the music, and to all of the other

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Raised The Bar

Dear Editor:
I have known Emma Hall for many years, and I know that she has devoted her life to raising the level of professionalism, organization, and careful investigational capacity of office of the Coroner in Boulder County. 
Emma’s compassion is reflected in the twenty-four hours she performs her job and devotes her life to our

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It Is A Matter of Public Safety

Dear Boulder County Commissioners,

As 33-year residents of unincorporated Boulder County, we have gotten accustomed to total lack of regard of the County Open Space Department to the wishes of its neighbors in the South St. Vrain valley. It has usually been in regard to open space access including the dumping of open space users in our neighborhoods but now it is a matter of public safety to the county as well as Town of Lyons residents.

Like most people in our valley, we have been working our butts off since the September floods to try and get our lives back together. We were out of our home for 145 days and still have lots of work to do. Now we see the spring runoff season approaching and the P&OS

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