Town Of Lyons

Eagle Scout Gets His Wings

Eagle Scout Gets His Wings

Seventeen-year-old Assistant Senior Patrol Leader for Boy Scout Troop 560, Colton Robinson, was awarded Eagle Scout honors this month. Colton is the son of Scott and Amy Robinson. The scout was looking for an Eagle Scout Project when a friend, who attends Lyons High School, suggested he contact the school and see about providing some much needed repairs to the Lyons athletic facilities. Robinson met with the Principal and worked out the details.

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BOT Holds Emergency Meeting

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor.

Mayor Julie Van Domelen called an emergency meeting of the Board of Trustees (BOT) early Monday (September 13) evening. On the agenda, were two items; the first a proposal to allow the “Good Sam Bike Jam” to use Sandstone Park as  a rest stop on Sunday, September 19, and the second item concerned instituting a town-wide fire ban.

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Pickle Ball Anyone?

Pickle Ball Anyone?

There is a new craze sweeping Lyons, but unless you are an early riser, and part of your morning ritual involves strolling through Bohn Park, you probably aren’t aware of it. It’s called Pickle Ball, and it is sort of a cross between tennis and ping-pong. You use a special Pickle Ball paddle (which

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Reservoir Road Wildfire

Reservoir Road Wildfire

The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office reports that a wildfire they are calling the “Reservoir Road Fire” broke out in the vicinity of Carter Lake (just north of Lyons) on Sunday, September 12. Area residents could

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"Peloton" of bikers


Photo by Joseph Lekarczyk

Several Boulder County Sheriff’s Deputies, coming home from the big pot bust near Raymond last Tuesday evening (August 31), stopped a very large (60 to 80) “peloton” of recreational bikers riding through Lyons. The deputies scolded them for riding through such a densely populated, and congested traffic area in a manner which obstructed traffic. The officers said this was not the first time this group had been warned, but it might be the last.

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