Published on Thursday, December 12 2013 13:54
By C. Chrystal DeCoster
Webster defines nourishment as “food and other things that are needed for health, growth, etc.” Nourishment for Lyons was definitely served up at this past Saturday’s Rebuild Lyons Holiday Bar-B-Que fundraiser.
Published on Thursday, December 12 2013 13:06
Several parents and teachers previously involved with the now-closed Lyons Community Montessori preschool have organized a temporary school program in Lyons. Classes for children began Monday, December 9, at the parsonage next door to the Lyons Community Church at 350 Main Street in downtown Lyons. During November the group raised over $7500 in donations forRead more: Montessori Back In Lyons
Published on Wednesday, December 11 2013 13:48
The Lyons Depot Library, which was damaged by floodwaters, has moved into its new temporary home, the Visitors Center in Sandstone Park. The roughly three hundred and twenty square foot space, now houses: a front desk, computers, a section for fiction and nonfiction, magazines and newspapers, plus a children’sRead more: New Hours for the Lyons Depot Library
Published on Thursday, December 12 2013 12:44
Congratulations to Mystie Brackett and Chuck Esterley of Greeley, who became engaged while visiting family in Hayderville, MA. Mystie states he popped the question Thanksgiving morning,Read more: Brackett-Esterley
Published on Wednesday, December 11 2013 07:46
2013 Lyons Holiday Parade of Lights Winners
"There's No Place Like Home for the Holidays"
Published on Wednesday, December 11 2013 14:36
Sam Tallent of Higher Ground Ministries (and owner of The Stone Cup) and Lyons Substation Supervisor Sgt. Nick Goldberger of the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office are again collaborating to hand out Christmas food baskets to Lyons area families and individuals in need, and toys for area children. The food baskets and toysRead more: Christmas Food Baskets At The Cup
Published on Monday, December 09 2013 09:05
With the recent snow, U.S. Forest Service firefighters were able to successfully burn approximately 900 hand piles and nearly 100 machine piles this past week across the Canyon Lakes Ranger District. Burning could continue at one or more of these locationsRead more: Canyon Lakes Ranger District Slash Pile Burning Update