"Peloton" of bikers

 

Photo by Joseph Lekarczyk

Several Boulder County Sheriff’s Deputies, coming home from the big pot bust near Raymond last Tuesday evening (August 31), stopped a very large (60 to 80) “peloton” of recreational bikers riding through Lyons. The deputies scolded them for riding through such a densely populated, and congested traffic area in a manner which obstructed traffic. The officers said this was not the first time this group had been warned, but it might be the last.

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IRS Releases Form to Help Small Businesses 
Claim New Health Care Tax Credit

The Internal Revenue Service today released a draft version of the form that small businesses and tax-exempt organizations will use to calculate the small business health care tax credit when they file income tax returns next year. The IRS also announced how eligible tax-exempt organizations –– which do not

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Only 11 days until the Ice Cream Social

by Carol Pranschke with Nancy Reckling

Come out, come out, wherever you are! Enjoy icy cold treats and exuberant Dixieland Jazz from the Stover Street Stompers in Sandstone Park, Sunday,

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Hermit Park Open Space to Host Boy Scouts of America 100-Year Celebration Fall Camporee

The Larimer County Department of Natural Resources is excited to host the Longs Peak Council, Boy Scouts of America celebration of 100 Years of Scouting at a Fall Camporee, September 24-26, 2010, at

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Lyons kids learning about their town’s heritage

Lyons kids learning about their town’s heritage

By Kathleen Spring

Where did Lyons’ first ranchers get their money to buy cows? Who were the first residents? What was a one-room school house like? All of these questions and more were answered in Lyons’ first successful children’s summer history day camp in July.

The camp concentrated on learning about old-time Lyons. Since it took place in the 1881 schoolhouse, it was appropriate to start the week by taking the

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All-Day Business Tax Symposium

The Colorado Department of Revenue and several home-rule municipalities, jurisdictions that collect their own taxes, will offer an all-day Business Tax Symposium in Denver. Businesses located in and outside Colorado, tax preparers who prepare sales/use tax returns for Colorado businesses, and anyone interested in learning more about Colorado sales/use tax laws should attend.

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Septic Inspections Protect the Entire Community

Guest Editorial: Mark Williams, Water Quality Program Coordinator, Boulder County Public Health

Wastewater treatment can be a significant household expense, whether you’re paying sewer bills within a municipality or sewer district, or constructing

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