Men’s Book Club Meets In Mountains

The Spring Gulch Men’s Book Club met last Thursday at the Mill Site Inn, near Ward. The club is regarded (by its members) as the oldest men’s book club in the area. This month’s book, “Wort and Pizza” (based roughly on the Tolstoy classic), seemed appropriate as the Mill Site specializes in high-altitude, high-gluten pizza, and well, there always seems to be beer available at their meetings. Pictured are (right to left) Jack St. John, Greg Harms, Dave Brininstool, Clark Hodge, and Mill Site Inn proprietor Carol.  Carol commented that we were the first exclusively male book club to visit her

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New Location, New Owners

Lyons Quilting was sold earlier this summer when long-time (thirteen years) proprietor Jan Rold of Longmont decided it was time to retire. She sold the business to Pinewood Springs resident Tracey Barber, who has worked at the quilt shop for nearly three years. Barber, who

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Library District Update

In connection with a proposed new Lyons Library District, a special joint session of the Boulder and Larimer County Commissions is being scheduled in Lyons on Thursday,  August 29. The session is tentatively set for 5 p.m., in the Board of Trustees’ Chamber at Lyons Town Hall.

The idea for this unique joint Commission meeting was suggested by Larimer County Commissioners at a July 9 meeting in Fort Collins with representatives from the Lyons Library Steering Committee and Town of Lyons. Making the Library District hearing

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Special Meeting To Beat Deadlines

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) held a special meeting Monday night to consider a resolution authorizing a submittal of an energy/mineral impact grant to the Colorado Department of Local Affairs for the proposed wastewater treatment plant improvements. The hasty meeting was called because it was

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Welcome Bag For New Residents

By Christy Crosser
New residents who have recently moved to the Lyons area are invited to register for a Welcome Bag full of items from Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce members. You may register online at the Chamber website:

The Chamber thanks the following member businesses for contributing to this Welcome Bag (additional members were listed in a previous Lyons Recorder edition).

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BOT Expands Meadow Park

By Joseph Lekarczyk

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

After a pre-meeting workshop on the guidelines of a possible retail recreational marijuana ordinance, the Board of Trustees (BOT) went into an executive session on Monday night to discuss “determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations, developing strategy for negotiations, and instructing

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Bright Lights

If you’ve ever wanted to see your name up in neon lights, then Estes Park resident Duane Albrecht is the man to see. Albrecht, a retired insurance salesman, spends his summers in Estes and his winters in Arizona. While down south, he became

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