Town Of Lyons

Lyons kids learning about their town’s heritage

Lyons kids learning about their town’s heritage

By Kathleen Spring

Where did Lyons’ first ranchers get their money to buy cows? Who were the first residents? What was a one-room school house like? All of these questions and more were answered in Lyons’ first successful children’s summer history day camp in July.

The camp concentrated on learning about old-time Lyons. Since it took place in the 1881 schoolhouse, it was appropriate to start the week by taking the

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Septic Inspections Protect the Entire Community

Guest Editorial: Mark Williams, Water Quality Program Coordinator, Boulder County Public Health

Wastewater treatment can be a significant household expense, whether you’re paying sewer bills within a municipality or sewer district, or constructing

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BOT Mulling EPC Through GEO With HBS

The Board of Trustees (BOT) held a workshop Monday (August 30) night to listen to a presentation by the Governor’s Energy Office (GEO) about conducting

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Gadzukes! Closes Out Summer Concert Series

Gee golly gosh gang, Gadzukes! is the gifted gregarious group who’ll be gracing the Vasquez stage this Thursday night, September 2, at 6 p.m. This

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Last week it was mountain lions and piranhas, this week its rattlesnakes and bears!

Last week it was mountain lions and piranhas, this week its rattlesnakes and bears!

A Town Public Works employee found this eight-inch baby rattlesnake in a load of dirt he was transporting.

 

Jim and Kathy Carroll received an unexpected visitor to their farm last Thursday afternoon (August 26). A black bear ambled past their goat pen, past the

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