Published on Thursday, May 22 2014 11:48
As I walked along the river the other day I came to a fence blocking my way back out to the street. Happily, I did manage to get out, but realized that yet another stretch of river is being denied to us all. Summer is coming and despite their ravagement last September, our rivers continue to provide recreation, peace, and
Published on Thursday, May 22 2014 11:21
Attention all Lyons travelers, visitors, and those who find themselves driving to Boulder many summer weekends. Again this year, Via Mobility will operate the weekend shuttle service between Boulder and Lyons. Starting Friday, May 23, the shuttle will be offered Friday evenings, Saturday, and Sunday, ending Sunday,
Published on Thursday, May 22 2014 09:53
The annual Lyons Community Foundation (LCF) Highway Cleanup Day is set for Saturday, June 7, from 9 till 11 a.m., or noon-ish (The more people who show up, the less time it takes!) LCF is responsible for the first two miles of Rt. 36 from the light at
Published on Thursday, May 22 2014 10:58
By Joseph Lekarczyk
The recently elected Board of Trustees (BOT) was blessed with a light agenda Monday evening, and Mayor John O’Brien, adeptly using his gavel kept things moving along at a good clip, allowing few interruptions andno shenanigans from those in attendance.
There was no report from the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office since Sgt. Nick Goldberger was out of town, so it was on to audience business. Rebecca Kentwell presented the Mayor and Trustees with a “Solar Friendly
Published on Thursday, May 15 2014 14:37
Imagine losing your wife at a young age. Then imagine her body being burned in a fire at a mortuary before the final arrangements were made. That’s what happened to my friend when the Howe Mortuary went up in flames. His suffering, grief and anger were beyond words. He arrived at the scene of the fire wanting answers. What had happened to his wife?
Published on Thursday, May 22 2014 10:31
If you live in Lyons, and you own a dog(s), the “dog days of summer” are already here! May is the month that all dog owners are required to renew (or as is the case for so many purchase) a Town of Lyons license for your pooch. The cost is $30 for the first K-9, and $20 for each additional animal. A proof of current rabies vaccination is also required. Licenses can be purchased or renewed at Town Hall during regular business hours, Monday through Friday.
Published on Thursday, May 15 2014 14:16
After six successful years overseeing the production of the Lyons 9Health Fair, Jonelle Tucker is stepping down. “It has been an honor to work with such a fantastic group of people and provide such an important and beneficial service to our community, ” says Tucker. “In addition to just trying to pull back from some of my volunteer activities, I’ve been working with “It has been an honor to work with such a fantastic group of people and provide such an important and beneficial