Emotions Run High At MMJ Meeting

by Joseph Lekarczyk

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

Somewhere between 80 to 100 (I stopped counting at 80, while still more looked for seats) people showed up at Town Hall last Wednesday (January 26) to voice their opinions about “regulating or banning”

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Lyons Fork Restaurant Announces Grand Opening

Newly re-named Lyons Fork Restaurant (formerly Cilantro Mary) is holding its grand opening week from Feb. 17 to Feb 26.

“Our old name didn’t reflect our focus or the quality of our food,” said co-owner Wayne Anderson. “So we’ve renamed the place and are putting on some cool events that showcase what we’re all about.” The

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Many evils to chase away

Dear Editor,
It is easy to find things in the world to condemn, to be afraid of; marijuana could be one of them. There are many evils to chase away, if you want to.  Alcohol might be a better topic to begin with, since it is the

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Project of the Year

Project of the Year

The Town of Lyons “Main Street Project” won an award from the American Public Works Association (APWA) Colorado Chapter this past week. The APWA voted the Lyons project an award for “Engineering/Construction Management in a Small Community.” When Administrator Victoria Simonsen, Economic Development and Community Relations Manager Jacque Watson, Town Attorney Tim Cox, and

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Potentially Frightening News

Dear Editor,
Pastor Lohr’s column on cannabis contains some potentially frightening news.  If what he states is true regarding the increase in use among area teenagers, there should be efforts to do something proactive. 

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Every Journey Begins with a Single Step

For those of you who are interested in how Abigail Spears and Raquel Kops-Jones (the two tennis pros who were here in Lyons last November training with Dean Brittenham, to develop their “whole brain thinking”) did in the Australian Open; the results were mixed.

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Understanding Sustainable Living

by Dawn Weller

Sustainability.  Recycle and reuse.  Zero waste.  Perhaps you’ve heard some of these terms on the TV or radio, or in an article.  What do they really mean to us in Lyons?  Next month, Tuesday, February 15, the Lyons Sustainable Future Commission will be hosting “Sustainability 101,” a class to help those new to the idea of sustainability decode what this type of living looks like in the real world, and why it is critical to a healthy future.

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