Colorado’s Postcard Places

Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson

When my husband was transferred to Phoenix from Denver one summer, we decided to see what the state had to offer by taking a week driving tour. Besides the Grand Canyon, we saw the Mogollon (pronounced mug-e-on) Rim as well as other state highlights.

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About Town - November 20, 2014

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. Her opinions are hers, and do not necessarily reflect those of the entire Board of Trustees

A cold week went by. I had only 10 degrees on my thermometer. Longmont was below zero, and Greeley was also really cold. It has always been said that Lyons is about 10 degrees warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, so I guess that proves it. I hope all of

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Lady Lion’s 2014-2015 - Basketball Season Preview

The Lady Lions basketball team will enter new territory as they switch leagues from the tough 3A Patriot League, to the 2A Mile High League. Head coach Sandy Mitchell, now in her third season at Lyons, hopes that the move will give the Lady Lion’s a greater opportunity

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Local Artist’s Work Opens At Longmont Museum

Lyons, Colorado, and New York based artist Wopo Holup’s work “2+ 2020 The Chesapeake” opens at the Longmont Museum’s Portal Gallery on Saturday, November 22. The twenty-one foot long artwork is divided into fourteen symmetrically hung pieces of vellum, and

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Special Election; When And How Many?

By Joseph Lekarczyk
The Trestle Strategy Group, a consulting firm hired by the Town of Lyons to conduct a recovery housing site analysis with a “fresh set of eyes” gave the Board of Trustees (BOT) and an interested group of residents an update on their progress at Monday night’s meeting. The Board also heard from Town of Lyons Planner Bob Joseph, who

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Forty and Fabulous!

This year the annual Lyons Holiday Craft Bazaar turns forty and we are celebrating in style. The Bazaar is one of the last handcraft only fairs on the Front Range. It will feature seventy incredible Colorado artisans, many of whom were hand selected, and thirty of them are new to the Bazaar this year. There will be gifts for men, children, women, and pets; skincare, knit slippers, bath bombs, gift baskets, hand spun yarn, hand stitched tea towels, epicureans, unique jewelry, and incredible art. The list goes

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Library Board Moves Forward After Successful Election

By Mark Browning
Following voter approval on November 4, of tax funding for the Lyons Regional Library District, the District’s Board of Trustees at its November 6 meeting moved into the initial stage for planning a new library/community resource center.

The Library District Board first reviewed the final voting results, which were 1096 in favor, and 939 opposed (a 54% to 46% margin). Board members were pleased with the large turnout, a 31% increase over 2013, when a

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Double Your Holiday Pleasure

This year your Christmas shopping opportunities in Lyons will be bigger and better than ever. In addition to the annual Holiday Bazaar at the Lyons Elementary School on Saturday, December 6, and Sunday, December 7, this

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Volunteer Planning Team Makes Final Post-Flood Recommendations

A four-member volunteer team of planning experts, part of the American Planning Association’s Community Planning Assistance Teams (CPAT) Program, worked with Lyons residents, business leaders, state, and federal officials to offer recommendations for redevelopment following the devastating floods of 2013. 

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