Letters To The Editor

Be Responsible for Yourself!

To the Editor,
I have just returned from a trip to the recycling bins with my recyclables and what I saw prompted me to write this letter.  There was trash piled up on the fence side next to the skateboard park and mystery trash (in large black trash bags) piled next to the cardboard bin along with other NON-RECYCLABLES.  There was also shredded

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A Reality Check on the “Healthiest” State in the Nation

The Colorado Health Foundation’s annual health report card released March 22, provides a reality check on Colorado’s persistent reputation as the “healthiest” state.  Looking at 38 indicators of health across the lifespan, the report concludes that the health of Colorado’s pregnant women

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Thank You

Dear Editor,
I’d like to say thank you to Dave Chase, owner of Redstone Cyclery, for giving me the straight scoop on a bike I brought in for a tune-up. Thank you for saving me money, for asking me what kind of bike riding I want to do, and for giving me sound advice on what to do next. I’m planning to get back riding this year and you are getting me off to a good start.

Thanks again,
Carol Pranschke

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“This town rocks!”

Dear Lyons Community,
The Lyons Community Foundation (LCF) wants to take this opportunity to say “THANK YOU! LCF, and Bonfils want to thank everyone  for their support of Easter weekend’s blood drive and bone marrow  registration. We far surpassed all our expectations. We maxed out the bus, filling up all of the potential

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Why is hydraulic fracturing important?

To The Lyons Community,
I am writing this letter in response to the hydraulic fracturing scare recently in our county. This is a complex and emotional issue. I am a production geologist employed with a major oil company and deal with hydraulic fracturing on a daily basis, but have no interest in the wells in Boulder and Weld County. I do, however, live in Lyons and care deeply about the environment and the health and safety of its citizens. I agree with Sapan

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