Published on Thursday, October 10 2013 15:04
In an effort to make sure displaced voters receive a ballot for the upcoming election, the Boulder County Elections Division will mail ballots early to areas of the county affected by flooding. The Clerk & Recorder’s office plans to mail ballots beginning Wednesday to 2,741 residents of Jamestown and Lyons, towns that were especially devastated by floods in mid-September.The 2013 Coordinated Election, set for Tuesday, November 5, is being conducted by mail ballot with several voter service and polling centers throughout the county. If a voter can still receive mail at their regular address, they should receive a ballot. However, if a displaced voter is not receiving mail, or they have forwarded their mail to a new addressRead more: Displace Voters' Ballots Will be Mailed Early
Published on Thursday, October 10 2013 09:43
The Boulder County Sheriffs’ Department will be conducting a test of the emergency siren warning system in Lyons. This test is scheduled to take place at 12 p.m. Friday, October 11. This test will be weather dependent, as the Sheriffs’ Department prefers that the test takes place on a clear day, due to the September floods. If conditions are not favorable, the test will be rescheduled for the following Friday, October 18, at the same time.
Published on Thursday, September 26 2013 10:22
By Mark Browning
Issues facing the Lyons Regional Library District after the flood will be the main focus of a library district board meeting scheduled for Saturday, September 28 at 10 a.m. in Longmont.Read more: Library District Board Meeting Sept. 28, 2013
Published on Thursday, October 03 2013 18:34
By Joseph Lekarczyk
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor.
Date Line: Tuesday, October 1, 2013
No one should have to be told the situation in Lyons is mercurial. Things, situations, and information are changing daily; sometimes hourly. This makes it a little challenging when it comes to putting out a “weekly” paper. But here goes.Read more: Progress Being Made
Published on Thursday, September 12 2013 07:38
Forget snakes on a plane, Town of Lyons Administrator Victoria Simonsen thought it was her lucky night last Tuesday evening (September 3) when the Board of Trustees meeting ended before 8:30 p.m. That was until she got home and raised her garage door to find a disgruntled town resident coiled up between the tools. A heroic neighbor came to Simonsen rescue, and “relocated” the viper to other accommodations. Lyons residents are urged to be vigilant, the recent warm weather we have been experiencing lately is keeping the snake population “active.”