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Lyons High School students Cobey Faubus (left) and Nathan
Schneider (right) brought home the cup at the seventh annual
Code Quest coding competition last month.
Photos courtesy of Nick “Space Cowboy” Schneider
A Tree Grows in Lyons
Photo courtesy of Bonnie Auslander
By Dr. Sara Hart, ND, MSOM
CO registered Naturopathic Doctor and Licensed Acupuncturist
Today on my walk I noticed the grasses have matured into an amazing array of color. Some are showing off a deep maroon blaze across their tips, others are glowing bright yellow. There are patches of every shade of green and now golds and browns too. All the while my eyes are admiring this scene, my nose says “Accchoooo!”
By Joanne Barnard and Katie Barnard
All university orientations are different depending on the institution type and mission. Large, four-year institutions will usually have a two-day program with an overnight stay in a residence hall, while smaller private institutions may have orientation a few days before the school year starts.
By Amy Reinholds
The Lyons Board of Trustees heard two updates on June 4 about affordable housing proposals. Summit Housing Group is continuing due diligence activities for the site at Lyons Valley Park, considering a proposal for only 29 rental homes there – as Lyons Valley homeowners suggested at a presentation last month – if other homes can
June Social: Next Thursday, June 14, At The Quarry & Western Stars
The next Chamber Social will be on Thursday, June 14th, 5:30pm, co-hosted by The Quarry and Western Stars. For those who don’t know, the Quarry is the soon-to-open restaurant and tap room where the Ax & Oar used to be.
We’ll allow some time for introductions and announcements, and then have a brief presentation from Eco-Cycle regarding Zero Waste efforts in Lyons. Samples from