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Great Service!
Dear Lyons Volunteer Fire Department,
While visiting our son and family during the holidays, I took a fall. I want to thank the Lyons volunteer Fire Department and the paramedics for the quick response and assistance. Being so far from home, their care and kindness was very much appreciated.

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You Rock boys!

Dear Editor,
I had the pleasure of being a Lyons Lions football team mom this year, but I didn’t do it alone. Not only did I have two amazing co-captains who did just as much as I did – Liz Triffet and Denise Dick-Clark – but I had other parents who stepped up so much (Paul Triffet, Michelle Titus and Brian Kalvig are just three who come to mind) that I have to say: Lyons rocks!

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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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Invest to Restore

Dear Editor,

Check out the video called banjo. Google Chad Lee banjo. It speaks the truth about the plight of many endangered properties all over America. Places where the almighty buck steals history and the integrity of the innocent, especially at the Elkhorn Lodge and Guest Ranch. Instead of giving a $20 million grant of our tax dollars to build a 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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