The Pulsing “Heart of Lyons” Is Taking Shape

By Chrystal DeCoster

The next meeting for the “Heart of Lyons” will be a public gathering to further explore community interest in and concerns for the evolving library project. It is slated for Wednesday, May 29, at 7 p.m., at Lyons Valley Village.  A visioning session will give everyone in attendance an opportunity to provide input on the services and programs that a proposed Lyons Library Community Resource Center might potentially offer.

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Community Church Celebrates 105 Years

By LaVern Johnson

A large crowd enjoyed celebrating the 105th anniversary of the Lyons Community Church last Sunday, with the Stover Street Stompers from Fort Collins bringing in the jazz;  a group of  costumed church folks (Jerry Fike, Debbie Tabor, Chuck and Kitty Keim, Sam Miller,  Jani and Zeke Little, and others) led by Carol Pranschke singing a ballad of old-time music.  Pastor

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Water Under The Bridge

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

They say, “Don’t cry over spilled milk,” and “It’s water under the bridge.” But for Lyons residents and landlords Sharon and Richard Jones it is definitely understandable to cry over water

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Parks & Rec. May News

Clinics with Yellow Designs Stunt Team
The Yellow Designs Stunt Team (YDST) will conduct a series of Skills Clinics for bike enthusiasts at two different skill levels. Clinics will have a minimum of five participants and a maximum of twenty for the class to be held. Interested parties may register for the clinics at www.yellowdesigns.com. The YDST is an amazing group of BMX trick riders who perform

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Play Ball!

The Lyons Parks & Recreation’s Adult Co-Ed Softball season got underway Monday night, and it was all about offense. Perennial powerhouse Blue Mountain Stone (who was missing from last year’s league play) squared off against Shake N’ Bake in the first game of the season. BMS took up right where they left off pushing seven runs across the plate in their first at

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Kids’ Summer Camps, Workshops, & Dance Classes At Mayama

The move has been made, and according to all the young dancers, “the new space is really cool, and it is enormous!” Jasmine Lok and Ali Kishiyama are pleased to announce the their new studio (the old Odd Fellows Hall on the corner of High Street and Fourth Avenue) is completed, and they are up and running with a full schedule of dance, yoga, Nia, and music classes. And with the end of the school year fast approaching, Mayama has enough kids’ summer camps, workshops, and dance classes to keep every boy and girl from uttering the

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Special BOT Meeting

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

The Board of Trustees (BOT) met for the third time in April on Monday night to consider approving a couple of special event liquor licenses.

The meeting got underway promptly at 7 p.m., with the usual pledge of allegiance, a moment of reflective silence, and audience business. By 7:03 p.m., the Board had switched hats and became the Lyons Liquor Authority. The first item on the agenda was from the Ukraine Orphanage

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