Published on Saturday, December 22 2012 00:00
Published on Thursday, December 20 2012 10:11
Ms. LaVern Johnson, President of the Lyons Historical Society, is all smiles at receiving a donation of $1000 from Lyons CEMEX Plant Manager Bradley “Shane” Wilson for the restoration project of the town’s 1881 schoolhouse, which is now the Lyons Redstone Museum. CEMEX has been an active partnerRead more: CEMEX Donates To Museum
Published on Monday, December 03 2012 12:16
Published on Saturday, December 15 2012 00:00
In the interest of full disclosure let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor.The Lyons Board of Trustees (BOT), before a packed house (by budget meeting standards) of two private citizens, approved the 2013 Town budget in fifteen minutes with nary a peep from those present. Lyons resident Mike Whipp, who is never at a loss for words when discussing the Town financial situation while enjoying a cup of coffee at a local caffeine dispensary, was oddly silent as Mayor Read more: BOT Approves 2013 Budget
Published on Thursday, November 01 2012 01:00
Dear Lyons Voters,
The Lyons Economic Development Commission endorses Ballot Issue 3-A, the Mill Override measure for the St. Vrain Valley School District.
EDC Commissioners don’t stand alone on this issue. We have joined a large group. Mayors of every town in the school district support this measure. So do a substantial number of business organizations, economic stakeholders, and community leaders throughout the school district.
Read more: EDC ednorses Ballot Issue 3-A
Published on Saturday, December 08 2012 00:00
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 Lyons Board of Trustees (BOT) put a public hearing and resolution for the adoption of the Town’s 2013 budget on Monday night’s agenda, practically guaranteeing there would be nobody in the audience. It almost worked! A lone resident showed up for the meeting, however he never got a chance to comment on the budget because the Trustees were soRead more: BOT Rejects Budget
Published on Wednesday, October 31 2012 14:49
Do you want to see the scariest house in Lyons? If so, come to 120 Ewald St. Miss Connie Burkhart (The Dinosaur Lady,) is a paleontologist and welder who welded all of her scary creatures. She started when she lived in Southern California near Hollywood. She was an actress in Hollywood, which made her interested in set design. She was inspired by the haunted mansion. “I was 11 years old when I first started making headless people.” After her acting career she kept the idea.Read more: A True Halloween House