Adults Needed For Youth Corps Team Leaders

The Boulder County Youth Corps is hiring adults to be team leaders. The positions are open until filled. The Youth Corps will employ teenagers to work on a variety of community service projects and is looking for team leaders to train, supervise and evaluate the teens.
Team leaders will be employed from June 4, through August 8, and will work up to forty hours per week, Monday through Friday.

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It's Girl Scout Cookie Time!

Girl Scout Cookies go on sale across Colorado on Sunday, Jan. 26. Colorado’s Girl Scout Cookie Program runs through March 2, with

Booth Sales in front of major retail locations starting Feb.

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BOT MOB

By Joseph Lekarczyk
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor.

If they had been wearing costumes and carrying a parasol, one might have thought the Lyons Board of Trustees (BOT) was getting “Cash Mobbed” Monday evening at Town Hall. Instead, what is was, was the Confluence Group, thirty or forty very respectful Lyons residents, whose homes were severely damaged during the September flood, who want to stand united and let the Trustees and Town Staff know they are, though still

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Open Space Implements Raptor Closures

The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department instituted seasonal closures Saturday, February 1, to protect area raptors. The closures, which protect peregrine falcons, prairie falcons, and golden eagles raising their young in nests located along Boulder’s mountain backdrop will be in effect from February 1,

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A Vision Statement

Dear Lyons Recorder Editor,   
Below is a vision statement relating to Meadow Park. This is not an official statement (At least not yet!) of the Sustainable Futures Commission, but a personal statement from David and Karen Selden. We are

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LYBSA Registration

Registration is now open for our 2014 recreational baseball/softball season. We are seeking players, coaches and sponsors for this summer’s season. To register to play, or coach, go to www.longmontbaseball.org and click on the tab to the right of our homepage that is appropriate for your registration purposes. As you will notice, we have numerous registration opportunities at this time. Please ensure you are registering for the appropriate program.

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Our Ground Zero

To the Editor, Lyons Recorder:
I would like to comment on the report of the Board of Trustees meeting in the January 23,  Recorder. The final paragraph states a concern shared by FEMA to the BOT “suggesting (for liability reasons) that the Town put up chain link fences around Bohn and Meadow Parks, as well as the “gouge area” between

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