Published on Thursday, January 24 2013 05:40
I would like to take a moment to write a letter of gratitude and thanks to the residents of the Town Of Lyons, the Lyons Recorder, and to in particular to all those who gave so generously of their time, their businesses, and their art and musical talents. You all helped ensure that as a town that cares for its own, our Taking Care of Our Own concert and silent auction benefit for Amber Wilson was such a success, I say thank you!
Published on Thursday, January 10 2013 15:02
This is not a letter to Adam Lanza. I don’t know who you are, but you do. And maybe a friend was there to share your exploits. Sometime in the early hours of Friday, December 21, you were driving along Highway 71N, also known as Blue Mountain Road. You stopped your vehicle at the bottom of ourRead more: A Letter To The Shooter,
Published on Wednesday, August 22 2012 08:44
I, being a longtime school crusader (1948 to present), am on the St. Vrain Valley School District Over-Ride Committee to help pass a vote this November which will recoup the 14 to 16 million dollars in funds passed by the voters in 2008 but taken by the State of Colorado.
Published on Thursday, November 01 2012 01:00
Dear Lyons Voters,
The Lyons Economic Development Commission endorses Ballot Issue 3-A, the Mill Override measure for the St. Vrain Valley School District.
EDC Commissioners don’t stand alone on this issue. We have joined a large group. Mayors of every town in the school district support this measure. So do a substantial number of business organizations, economic stakeholders, and community leaders throughout the school district.
Read more: EDC ednorses Ballot Issue 3-A
Published on Thursday, August 09 2012 01:00
The good news is that we have received word that a grant from the State Historical Preservation Fund, to finish work on the museum, has been awarded to the Lyons Redstone Museum. The money from the grant will cover: pointing the sandstone with the rounded antique tool, painting the exterior panels on the upper story, and painting and renovating the fire escape. The total cost of the project is $71,197 (grant of $54,248, plus a cash match of $18,049).Read more: Thank You!