Local Historian Receives Square Nail Award

Local Historian Receives Square Nail Award

Courtesy of the Lyons History Video Project

Thirteen years ago, Kathleen Spring took on a project to record on videotape the life stories of Lyons pioneer families. Little did she know that it would take over a decade to complete. Her talent, persistence, and loyalty to Lyons history preservation were rewarded by the

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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 two sunny weeks on the beaches of Togo (West Africa, near Nigeria, just so you don’t have to drag out your atlas), Mayor Julie Van Domelen was back banging her gavel at Monday night’s Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting. She was greeted by what else? A brief discussion about medical marijuana.

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A Reality Check on the “Healthiest” State in the Nation

The Colorado Health Foundation’s annual health report card released March 22, provides a reality check on Colorado’s persistent reputation as the “healthiest” state.  Looking at 38 indicators of health across the lifespan, the report concludes that the health of Colorado’s pregnant women

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58th Annual Berthoud Day Celebration

The Berthoud Area Chamber of Commerce along with volunteers from the Berthoud chamber are working diligently to bring Northern Colorado the best Berthoud Day ever!

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Community Service Officers will begin Enforcement SATURDAY, MAY 5

The 2012 Enforcement will begin Saturday, May 5 and runs thru September.

Community Service Officers Tom and Ed will be enforcing the 2-hour parking on Main Street, other restricted parking areas, and paid parking in Meadow and Bohn Parks.

Parking restrictions will be enforced on WEEKENDS (Saturday and Sunday), during special events and holidays.

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Mayor Pro Tem Runs A Tight Ship

By Joseph Lekarczyk

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

With Mayor Julie Van Domelen en route to Africa, Mayor Pro Tem Kirk Udovich got a chance to bang the gavel at Monday evening’s Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting. It was the first “real” meeting for the newly elected Board, where they actually got to “take care of business.” And, things went smoothly for Udovich, once the emergency flashflood-warning test announcement stopped interrupting his efforts to open the proceedings.

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“This town rocks!”

Dear Lyons Community,
The Lyons Community Foundation (LCF) wants to take this opportunity to say “THANK YOU! LCF, and Bonfils want to thank everyone  for their support of Easter weekend’s blood drive and bone marrow  registration. We far surpassed all our expectations. We maxed out the bus, filling up all of the potential

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