My Mother Just Cannot Stay Out Of Trouble

Dear Editor:
My mother just cannot stay out of trouble.  It seems that the only time Mrs. LaVern isn’t being criticized in her home town of Lyons, Colorado is when she is stranded in the Philippines (hope you didn’t send money). Anne O’Brien and Peter Baumgartner

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Let’s Show Our Kids That We Love Learning Just As Much.

Dear Editor,
When we moved our family to Colorado four years ago, we chose Lyons because it seemed to be a fun loving, intelligent, thriving and caring community. The views and outdoor activities offered by the proximity of mountains and rivers were incredible, the

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Why Vote “YES” On 4C?

By Kate Kerr
Why are we even talking about the library when our main concern is homes for families and individuals who lost everything in the flood? Creating a Library District would help Town of Lyons to focus even more on disaster relief because the new Library District would take over responsibility for the Depot Library. Currently the Town spends $100,000 a year, almost 10% of its budget, on

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False Statements To Mislead Voters Are Not Acceptable In A Democracy

Dear Editor:
In April 2014, the Lyons Board of Trustees (BOT) adopted a Recovery Action Plan (RAP), an extensive document based on a huge of amount of time and effort by area citizens in Recovery Working Groups. Each RAP project got a priority ranking of (A) Vital, (B)

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Boulder County hosts Wildfire Awareness Month events in October

Boulder County hosts Wildfire Awareness Month each October to help educate the community and promote individual responsibility in preparing for future wildfires. A series of events is scheduled around education, wildfire mitigation and

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2014 Is A Year Of Recovery, Reemergence, Rediscovery, And Reaffirmation

Dear Editor,
For the townspeople of Lyons, 2014 is a year of recovery, reemergence, rediscovery, and reaffirmation. Now is the time, then, a most remarkable and unique time, for our area to say “Yes” to the creation of a new library/community center for the heart of Lyons.

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Winter pile burning planned for Boulder and Clear Creek Ranger Districts

The Boulder and Clear Creek Ranger Districts of the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland plan to take advantage of changing winter weather conditions to burn slash piles resulting from multiple fuels reductions and hazardous tree removal projects.


Firefighters will spend the upcoming winter months burning piles in a number of locations across the districts. When and where burning occurs depends on meeting the conditions of the prescribed fire plan. These piles are only ignited under certain conditions such as favorable weather conditions, snow cover, smoke dispersal and forest service fire crew staffing.

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