Published on Thursday, December 11 2014 08:53
The Lyons Housing Recovery Task Force (HRTF) volunteers worked for months to locate and prioritize possible sites for low-income replacement housing for those residents displaced by the 2013 flood. They presented their findings to the public at Rogers Hall in March of this year. After some residents expressed dismay at the possible use of
Published on Thursday, December 11 2014 08:47
Join in the holiday spirit for caroling on Thursday, December 18. We’ll provide the song sheets and you just show up with a flashlight, fresh batteries, reading glasses (if needed), hat, gloves and a sense of humor. Most common
Published on Thursday, December 04 2014 15:29
By Carol Pranscke
You’ve been to the Bazaar in the Lyons Elementary School gym and to the Arts Fair in Rogers Hall. Your heart is light, your feet are tired, your wallet has been busy, it’s almost time for the parade, and you hear your stomach growling.
Published on Thursday, December 11 2014 08:15
The Town of Lyons still has dozens of unclaimed RTD bus passes (the green ones) for residents waiting to be picked up at Town Hall.
The free EcoPass program was instituted a few years ago by Boulder County in an effort to encourage commuters
Published on Thursday, December 04 2014 14:53
Former mobile home residents who want to reach Janaki Jane, the Displaced Resident Advocate, can call her at 720-600-3483. The phone number listed in last week’s article will stop working on December 22. She can also be reached by going to the leaflyons.org website.
Published on Thursday, December 11 2014 08:03
The children from local schools have been collecting non-perishable foods for Higher Ground Ministries’ annual Christmas Food Baskets, and now Sam and Mindy Tallent are putting out the call for “packers” to help fill the baskets
Published on Thursday, December 04 2014 14:37
Starting on Monday, December 1, dog guardians will be able to register for 2015 Voice and Sight Tags that will allow guardians and their dogs to explore the City of Boulder’s eighty-seven miles of designated off-leash trails next year.