Published on Thursday, December 26 2013 15:18
Christmas morning will be just a little bit merrier this year for hundreds of families in Lyons. Emily Dusel, Executive Director of the Lyons Community Foundation announced that checks totaling nearly one million dollars were mailed last Friday morning (December 20) to residents of the greater Lyons area who were impacted by the September floods.
Published on Thursday, December 26 2013 15:17
With the demise of the Sushi-Matsuri, Lyons has lost a fine restaurant that attracted many pleased customers from other communities in this area.
As one of those patrons, I was disappointed to learn that the restaurant's lease had been terminated. Matsuri became
Published on Thursday, December 26 2013 14:45
The Town of Lyons held a Long Term Recovery Kick-Off meeting at LifeBridge Church last Wednesday evening. No one was quite sure what kind of turn out there would be. Well, the word “overwhelming” comes to mind, as hundreds of
Published on Thursday, December 26 2013 14:51
None of us will forget 2013. About a week after the flood, I was talking with Trustee Lavern Johnson. Even standing amid the debris of a town she has loved and worked for longer than almost any of us, she had the historical perspective to say,
Published on Monday, December 23 2013 21:57
McConnell Bridge in Lyons is now open for public use. The two-way bridge is the second access to and from Lyons Valley Park, in southeast Lyons. McConnell Bridge sustained extensive damage in the September flood and has been closed since then. Full, temporary access has been established as of Monday, December 23.
Published on Thursday, December 26 2013 14:46
Spirit Hound Distillery held a special fundraising “Mountain Bum Rum” release party for the Lyons Fire Protection District last Friday night, December 20. The first bottle of this special release was numbered and dated and donated to the crew
Published on Thursday, December 19 2013 18:52
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