Boulder County hosts Wildfire Awareness Month events in October

Boulder County hosts Wildfire Awareness Month each October to help educate the community and promote individual responsibility in preparing for future wildfires. A series of events is scheduled around education, wildfire mitigation and

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2014 Halloween Events

“Meet the Spirits” and see Boulder’s history come to life at Columbia Cemetery this weekend
The City of Boulder’s Parks and Recreation Department and Historic Boulder is kicking off its Halloween season by bringing more than 30 of Boulder’s dearly departed, including Eben G. Fine, Mary Rippon, and James P. Maxwell, back to life. This year, “Meet the Spirits” will host a new “Cemetery Symbolism Scavenger Hunt” for children including prizes, and celebrate its tradition with

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Vote No on 4C

Dear Editor,
In the December 21, 2013 issue of “The Economist” there is an article entitled: “Temples of delight.”  It begins, “Museums used to stand for something old, dusty, boring and barely relevant to real life.  Those

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Library GOTV Effort Underway

If you see canvassers walking around Lyons streets this weekend with handouts, it may not be religious literature or get-rich-quick schemes. It’s more likely to be volunteers trying to “Get Out The Vote” for

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Thank You Mark Trembath

Dear Editor,
Members of the Lyons Ecology Board wish to thank Mark Trembath for his generous donation of twenty trees to the Town of Lyons. These large, healthy trees were planted by volunteers on Saturday,

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No More Chipping

Kyle Miller, Public Works Supervisor for The Town of Lyons wants the residents to be aware that the Town lost its wood chipper and many other pieces of equipment and supplies when during the floodwaters of September 2013 washed away much of the Public Works storage building across from Bohn Park. At this

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Times Have Changed

Dear Editor and Lyons folks:
A “NO” to the library tax, is a “YES” to preserving our Lyons culture.

Times have changed since I moved to the Lyons area forty-three years ago. It was a dusty drive through with a main street lined with carpet shops. I marvel at what we have become since the days when even a

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