About Town - August 28, 2014

Here it is nearly the first of September. We should have some nice fall weather, with changing leaves. There will be lots of cars going to Rocky Mountain Park, especially if Highway 36 gets open. Otherwise,

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Playing At Home For The First Time After The Flood

Last year’s team had a lot of grit to play their home games on a baseball field in neutral territory at Skyline High School.   The Lady Lions are looking forward to playing at home on a regular size softball

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Volleyball Season To Get Underway

By Wendy Stevelinck
To quickly recap last season, the Lady Lions’ volleyball team returned to the Denver Coliseum for the State Tournament after a twenty-four year absence! Lyons won their first match against Colorado

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Lyons at New Balance Valmont Cross Country Invitational

By Renée Haip
After yet another dedicated summer of training, Lyons Cross Country tested their early season mettle on a grueling new course at the Valmont Bike Park in Boulder.  Hosted by New Balance on Friday, August

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Locals Only Mabon Tix At The Cup

Planet Bluegrass just released a limited number of tickets exclusively for Lyons locals to the Mabon Concert (Thursday, September 18) featuring Adam Aijala & Ben Kaufmann at the Wildflower Pavilion at Planet

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Sounds of Lyons Part I - “Life True”

By MinTze Wu, Founder and Artistic Director of Sounds of Lyons
Sounds of Lyons music festival is marking its sixth season with zeal, passion, and style! In a three-part series at Lyons Recorder, we will introduce each of the extraordinary and thought-provoking productions to you in detail.

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Preserving History

To quote a line from the movie The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, “This is the West, sir. When the legend becomes fact, print the legend.” And one of the legends around Lyons is that the bullet hole in

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Way Too Close for Comfort

Dear Editor,
Sometimes things just need to be pointed out before you become aware. That’s the case for me, at least as it pertains to the Raoul Vasquez Stage and the Thursday night summer concerts in Sandstone Park.

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Correction

Editor’s note: In last week’s (August, 21) edition, an item appeared in LaVern Johnson’s column “About Town,” in which she noted, “A large crowd of park/dog park users at Lyons Village Central Co-Housing

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