DOW Studying Lyons Fish

Ben Swiggle and a team of fish biologists from the Colorado Division of Wildlife were in town this week to study the fish population in the St. Vrain River. The team used a shore based electrofishing unit (the fish are shocked and then collected in nets) to determine the population, species, size, density, and biomass of the fish in a dozen different pools along the river.

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Got Bud – Opinions?

The Planning and Community Development Commission (PCDC) met in a workshop Monday evening to discuss their recommendations, to the Board of Trustees (BOT) for zoning

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Timber!

Timber!


High winds on Monday afternoon broke off a massive portion of this tree, which caused extensive damage to a car parked in the driveway at 310 Fifth Avenue. The falling limb just missed the house, tearing off a small section of the rain gutter.

Photo by Joseph Lekarczyk

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285 Down, 1, 715 to Go!

Officials from Boulder County and the Town of Lyons were busy last Saturday afternoon at the Lyons High School football game, signing up area residents for their FREE bus passes. Town

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LEGG Leads Networking Seminar

On October 12, LEGG (Lyons Economic Gardening Group) presented a workshop on how to comfortably optimize person-to-person communications at business and social events.

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Thank you for a Fabulous Season!

Dear Lyon-ites,
We want to thank everyone who made it out to our Farmers Market this past summer and fall. We had a fabulous season with beautiful veggies, eggs, and flowers from the Farmette, Pachamama, Aspen Moon, and Lone Hawk farms. We’ll be back again next year and we’re already looking forward to it, after we lay low a while for the winter!

Thanks again,
Mike and Betsy

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"Catch and Release!"

Last Thursday (October 21), Martin Middledorf spotted this black bear in the river, just east of the intersection of Rtes. 36/66. He estimates that the bruin, which was probably fishing for some trout before its long winter nap, was at least 400 pounds.

Photos by Martin Middledorf

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