How Far Can the First Amendment go?

Dear Editor,
I am writing this letter to you for a couple of reasons.  To start off, I’d like to let you know this is for a Civic Action project for my current Government class though if this idea I am writing about receives any attention, that would

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Neighborhood Preparedness

By Sara Erickson
The flood of 2013 was a reality none of us in Lyons will ever forget. Were you prepared? Or were you like me, assuming disasters happen somewhere else to someone else. We have all read articles on supplies to have on hand: food, water, and batteries. We have read about how important it is to have a safe place for important papers and a

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C. Byron Hall

C. Byron Hall

 


Feb. 8, 1941 - Dec. 7, 2014

Byron lost his long battle to cancer on December 7, 2014. He is preceded in death by his mother Lucille Nancy Hall

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Lady Lions Split At Canine Classic

The Lady Lions basketball team (1-0) played in the Canine Classic Tournament held in Ault, Colorado last week. The Lions’ opening game was a tough match-up against the Highland Huskies (2-0), a seasoned squad with most of their

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About Town - December 11, 2014

Sunday was the commemoration of Pearl Harbor Day. December 7, 1941 was truly a fateful day when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, killing over two thousand of our servicemen, which brought the U.S. into World War Two, against Japan,

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Paul Roberts Cracks Top Twenty at Nike Cross Nationals

By Renée Haip
Following his fifth place finish at Nike Cross Regionals in Arizona, Paul Roberts traveled to Portland Oregon for Nike Cross Nationals held on Saturday, December 6th. Beyond the chance to compete against the nations’ top individuals

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Still Available, Still Free!

The Town of Lyons still has dozens of unclaimed RTD bus passes (the green ones) for residents waiting to be picked up at Town Hall.

The free EcoPass program was instituted a few years ago by Boulder County in an effort to encourage commuters

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Lyons Community Church Annual Chili Supper

By Carol Pranscke
You’ve been to the Bazaar in the Lyons Elementary School gym and to the Arts Fair in Rogers Hall. Your heart is light, your feet are tired, your wallet has been busy, it’s almost time for the parade, and you hear your stomach growling.

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Voice And Sight Tag Program

Starting on Monday, December 1, dog guardians will be able to register for 2015 Voice and Sight Tags that will allow guardians and their dogs to explore the City of Boulder’s eighty-seven miles of designated off-leash trails next year.

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