Hepatitis A Alert

Grand County Public Health announced that a case of hepatitis A in a food worker employed at two Grand Lake, Colorado restaurants, Sagebrush BBQ & Grill and Max & T’s Bar and Grill, has been confirmed. Both restaurants have had very good records of inspections in the past and both are cooperating in the investigation. There are no other confirmed cases of hepatitis A at this time.

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Aspen Meadow Veterinary Specialists to raise money for military working dogs.


Update  on Aspen Meadow Veterinary fundraising efforts

The six dogs are trained to smell an array of explosives and materials used to build improvised explosive devices (IEDs).  The dogs go with the Marines everywhere, whether by foot, in helicopters, in armored Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles, and in MRAP All Terrain Vehicles (MATVs). The handlers and dogs work closely with Afghan police forces to establish and maintain security of the area.

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More Bus Routes For Lyons?

More bus routes for Lyons? It’s possible, but only if Lyons residents make their voices heard! Have you ever wondered why Nederland has buses to and from Boulder practically on the hour, seven days a week? Or why

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Police seek assistance identifying suspect in attempted child enticement

Police seek assistance identifying suspect in attempted child enticement

Boulder police are asking for the public’s help identifying a suspect in an attempted child enticement that occurred at approximately 4:45 a.m. on Wednesday,  July 28, in the area of Valmont and Airport roads. An adult male driving an older, small, green, four-door sedan contacted a 15-year-old boy who was riding his bicycle. The driver asked the boy his age and his name and then offered to perform a sexual act.  When the boy declined, the man offered to pay him. The boy declined again and the suspect drove away.

The suspect was described as 25 to 40 years old with dark skin.  The boy described the man as being large, but not fat, with a "big, round head" that was balding.  The driver had thick eyebrows and was clean shaven.  He spoke with an unknown accent.

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Did the town benefit from the Centurion Bicycle event?

Dear Editor,
Some people have asked what benefit the town received from the Centurion Bicycle event. For one, a check to the Lyons Community Foundation for $2,000. And a check to the Lyons High School Band for at least

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PCDC Meets with Boulder County

The Planning and Community Development Commission (PCDC) held a joint workshop with members of the Board of Trustees (BOT) to discuss various zoning regulatory options for medical marijuana centers, grow

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Commercial Lighting Program For Lyons Businesses

The Town of Lyons wants all local businesses to know that the Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska (MEAN), in partnership with its long-term wholesale electric public power utility customers, has developed a commercial lighting program to increase energy efficiency. The program is open to all Service Schedule M (long-term) MEAN member communities, which essentially covers all businesses receiving Town of Lyons electric service.

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