Letters To The Editor

Elkhorn Project, Inc.

Dear Editor,
I saw a letter in the paper by Elkhorn Project, Inc. claiming to be saving the Elkhorn and its history. I’ve read their proposal. They are not saving the property or it’s history. It was never ski slopes. The site of those historical barns will be a parking lot. There will be no horses. The historic public trail created by Eleanor James to Deer Mountain will not be rode as it has for over 100 years.  That was the first public trail ever into the nationol park. There was never a big new four seasons hotel, restaurant, bar, shops, ski

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Vote Yes!

Dear Editor,
The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County applauds the great strides St. Vrain Valley School District (SVVSD) has made in recent years to work on closing the achievement gap between kids from low-income families and their peers. The

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Promoting businesses in Lyons?

Letter to Editor,
The Town of Lyons and its residents need sales tax revenue to survive. And yet, this 4th of July, the Visitor Center was closed.  Also, the daily hours are limited to 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Who is to blame for this? The two groups who, in other towns, need and promote local tourism.

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With Admiration

Dear Editor,
First, I would like to thank Joseph and Lora for keeping the Recorder going. What luck, to have not one but two local newspapers, right here in River City! In my opinion, that makes a huge

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A grateful thank you

Dear Lyons Community,

On behalf of the Lyons Clarifier Project, Priscilla Cohan and I would like to thank Trustee Ed Bruder for arranging, and Parks and Rec. director, Dave Cosgrove, for the mowing and clearing around the Clarifier work area. It was too big a job for our hand held scythe to clear the space we need to work all summer. Really appreciated; we know how busy you

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