Home On Blue Mountain Road Burns

Home On Blue Mountain Road Burns

Area resident Jerry Tabor, who just last month was involved in a serious automobile accident near the intersection of Rte. 36 and Stone Canyon Drive, suffered more bad luck Wednesday evening (May 26) when his residence on Blue Mountain Road caught fire while he was out.

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It Can Be a Drag If You Ain’t Got That Schwag

It Can Be a Drag If You Ain’t Got That Schwag

The 16th annual Lyons 5K River Run will be staged on Sunday, June 6 at 8 a.m. This popular event is put on by the Lyons Parks & Recreation Department and raises money for local youth sports scholarships among other things.

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Town Hires New Financial Officer

Town Hires New Financial Officer

Town Administrator Victoria Simonsen has chosen Longmont resident Jody McClurkin as the new Finance Director for the Town of Lyons. McClurkin replaces Janice Saeger, who resigned several weeks ago (after 17

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Grand Opening for Cilantro Mary

Grand Opening for Cilantro Mary

First  there  was the “soft opening,” then a few weeks of “shake down” (without a liquor license) to get the usual staff and menu kinks worked out, and now things are hopping at Cilantro Mary.

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Choosing the right renewable energy

In the interest of full disclosure it should be known that the author of this article is the President of Mile Hi Solar, LLC
The question isn’t, “Are renewables right for me?” Rather, the question is, “Which renewables are right for me?” Renewables have always been a good way to go green and achive energy independence, but now homeowners finally have

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Main Street Celebrates!

Main Street Celebrates!

Through the years, cities and their romantic downtowns have been written about, sung about, and studied by sociologists. Today, foreclosures and a housing slump may dog the economy, but downtowns sometimes are exempt.

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Pitch post preserve forest history

Pitch post preserve forest history

At old ranches and on some remaining farms near the foothills one can see old barbed-wire-fence “pitch posts.”  These relics of a bygone era artistically reveal some Colorado history and provide an interesting forestry lesson.

 

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