Published on Thursday, January 02 2014 15:20
Editor’s note: In order that Lora and I, and all our wonderful volunteer contributors can enjoy some uninterrupted time off to be with our family and friends during this holiday season, we will publish our annual two-part “Year In Review” edition on Thursday, December 26, 2013 and Thursday, January 2, 2014.
On behalf of everyone connected to The Lyons Recorder, we wish you and yours, a very Merry Christmas and a safe Happy New Year!
There are events in a person’s life, which make such an indelible impact and impression that from that point forward a line is drawn in their personal sand. The September flood in Lyons was such an event for the entire community. I suspect
Published on Thursday, December 26 2013 14:50
On Thursday, December 19, at 8:15 p.m., Boulder County Communications received a report of a structure fire at the Greenbriar Inn. Upon arrival deputies were informed the fire was contained in the bar area and was possibly inside the walls of the structure. The staff and guests had been evacuated from the structure. No injuries were reported.
The Greenbriar Inn is a long-standing establishment consisting of two buildings. The original structure was built in 1873 and functioned as a post office, general store and residence. This structure is currently used as a bar area. In 1967 an addition was added onto the original structure and was turned into a restaurant.
Emergency crews from Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, Lefthand Fire Department, Boulder Rural Fire Department, Lyons Fire Department, City Of Boulder Fire Department, American Medical Response Ambulance and Longmont Emergency Unit
Published on Tuesday, December 10 2013 10:00
Rocky Mountain National Park received significant damages on bridges, roads and trails in the historic floods that occurred in September. However, damages in the park were relatively minor in comparison to the disastrous flooding that downstream communities east of the