Many evils to chase away

Dear Editor,
It is easy to find things in the world to condemn, to be afraid of; marijuana could be one of them. There are many evils to chase away, if you want to.  Alcohol might be a better topic to begin with, since it is the

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Potentially Frightening News

Dear Editor,
Pastor Lohr’s column on cannabis contains some potentially frightening news.  If what he states is true regarding the increase in use among area teenagers, there should be efforts to do something proactive. 

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PCDC Elects New Chair

The Planning and Community Development Commissioners (PCDC) met Monday night to do a little “January housecleaning.” The “chores” included welcoming newly appointed Commissioner Michelle Allen,

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Understanding Sustainable Living

by Dawn Weller

Sustainability.  Recycle and reuse.  Zero waste.  Perhaps you’ve heard some of these terms on the TV or radio, or in an article.  What do they really mean to us in Lyons?  Next month, Tuesday, February 15, the Lyons Sustainable Future Commission will be hosting “Sustainability 101,” a class to help those new to the idea of sustainability decode what this type of living looks like in the real world, and why it is critical to a healthy future.

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1st Annual Spirit of Lyons Award

The Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce (LACC) presented representatives from the Lyons Garden Club (L to R) Anne O’Brien, Ann Marie Mikoni, Joycelyn Fankhouser with the 1st Annual “Spirit of Lyons Award.” The award was created by the LACC to recognize the contributions to the community by an individual or organization by reflecting, in modern times, the manner in which our founding families created a community in this valley. The recipient’s efforts on behalf of the Lyons Community sets a contemporary example for the rest of us to follow. This award is intended to draw the community’s attention to that example. Photo by Joseph Lekarczyk

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Town Staff gets an Earful

The Town Staff continued in their efforts to get a sense for how the community as a whole feels about the sale, growing, and manufacturing of infused medical marijuana products in Lyons last Wednesday

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IRS to Start Processing Delayed Returns on Feb. 14

The Internal Revenue Service plans a Feb. 14 start date for processing tax returns delayed by last month’s tax law changes.  The IRS reminded taxpayers affected by the delay they can begin preparing their tax returns immediately because many software providers are ready now to accept these returns.

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