RockyGrass And More!

By David McIntyre, Lyons Bluesologist

I know it is hard for some of us to fathom but the 42nd annual Rockygrass music festival is set and ready, after undergoing a 500-year flood that devastated the Planet Bluegrass site. Following many months of hard work the

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Thanking those who helped in Lyons Recovery

Personal Flood Heroes Nomination Letters
By Kathleen Spring

Hero nominations poured in for the Lyons Historical Society’s program honoring the flood heroes as part of their Good Old Days annual program. Every person nominated was not a government or charitable organization or

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Fourth Of July On The Iron Range

Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson

Where is the Iron Range? According to my husband, who grew up there, this vast iron ore area spreads throughout northern Minnesota and consists of four large iron ore ranges, the largest of the four is the Masabi

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Courage Classic celebrates 25th tour with the help of Mike’s Camera

Courage Classic is a 3-day bike tour that helps raise money for Children’s Hospital Colorado.  This year’s event happening in Copper Mountain, CO on June 19 – 21 is their 25th tour celebration and Mike’s Camera is helping

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Lyons Emergency Assistance Fund turns over a new LEAF

By Janaki Jane, Colorado Spirit
“Would you like some coffee or tea? How about some water?” Emily Flemming asks each person who comes through the door of the Lyons Community Church on Wednesdays between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Pastor Flemming pulls her chair up to a new arrival who comes in with an infant, and talks about her own child, creating a

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About Town - July 17, 2014

Another week gone by; summer is more than half over, with school starting the middle of August. We hope all had a good summer playing ball, art & craft classes, dancing at Mayama, scout and other camps, dinosaur park,

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CAN’d Aid/Grassroots Outdoor Alliance Dusters Raise 50K

The Oskar Blues CAN’d Aid Foundation recently partnered with Grassroots Outdoor Alliance to raise $50,000 for ColoRADo flood recovery at a fundraising event held at The Big Red Barn in Highland Meadows in Windsor.

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Big Game and Turkey Licenses for Sale on Aug 5

Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) offers big game licenses for elk, pronghorn, bear, deer and turkey, to residents and nonresidents, beginning at 9 a.m. (Mountain Daylight Time) Aug. 5. This is the first time all big game licenses (leftover, over-the-counter with caps, unlimited over-the-counter) are for sale at the same time.

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Phase 2 of US36 reconstruction project begins July 21

Phase 2 of the US 36 permanent reconstruction is scheduled to begin July 21 as Kirkland Construction transitions into the area to complete the road. Construction is expected to continue into late this fall.
 
The biggest part of this phase will require a closure of the road between milemarkers 18 and 19, which is near

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