Reflections On Lyons Volunteers

By Bob Gilson
How is a natural disaster a lot like the mess in the garage?

After a while, you become accustomed to looking at it. The rigors of daily life prevent you from re-arranging things as you want them.

During the initial recovery, Lyons Volunteers deployed multiple teams with 20 people each. More recently, the entire workforce has been less than 20 people.

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Greetings from Liberia!

Editor’s note: Carol Rowe is a former Lyons resident (1980 to 2010) and has been living in Nederland for the past four years.

Dear Friends & Family,
Greetings from Liberia! I arrived here in Monrovia on October 3, and so much has happened since then that I am just now sitting down to write a group letter. Thanks to everyone who has expressed their care and concern for me. And for those of you who may have missed the

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Jeffrey A. Schwenn

Jeffrey A. Schwenn, 56, of Lyons, passed away October 28.  He was born on March 27, 1958 in Boulder to Bud and Jeanne (Russell) Schwenn.
Jeff graduated from Boulder High School in 1976 and the University of Colorado Boulder in 1982.  He married Karen L. Boguslawski on August

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Sally Kay Stambaugh (Endres)

Former Lyons resident Sally Kay Stambaugh (Endres), of Lincoln, NE, recently passed away at the age of 68. Sally was born in Longmont on March 31, 1946, to Paul and Thelma Endres of Lyons. She grew up in Lyons and was very active during her school years. Sally was a cheerleader, belonged to pep club, played the drums in the marching band, a member of theta row, and eventually became a Rebecca.

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Replacement Housing Site Analysis Approved

By Joseph Lekarczyk
It’s budget time for the Town of Lyons, and various groups, commissions, and departments (Golden Gang, Lyons Arts & Humanities Commission, Redstone Museum, Economic Development Commission, Public Works Department, etc.) presented their requests for

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Last Colorado Spirit Sponsored Open Mic Night

By Janaki Jane
We had a great turn out for the August and September Flood & All-Arts Open Mics. Colorado Spirit will sponsor one more Open Mic on Tuesday, November 4, from 7 to 9 p.m. Let’s make this a feast of creative expression!

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BOT Agenda - November 3, 2014

5:30 PM – 7:00 PM Budget Workshop
Town Of Lyons Board Of Trustees Meeting
7 p.m., Monday, November 3, 2014

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Colorado Bucket List – Larimer County

Roads Traveled by Linda L. Osmundson

Now that you have ideas for your Colorado Bucket List from the Denver area, let’s look at Larimer County. Trail Ridge Road and Rocky Mountain National Park are actually in Larimer County but were included it in the last article. Still there are plenty of other things to

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About Town - October 30, 2014

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that he author of this column is an elected official. The opinions stated are hers, and do not reflect the entire Board.
Another week gone by, and a wonderful Halloween. The Parks & Rec event at Sandstone Park last Saturday was outstanding; games, great music, wonderful weather, etc. Everyone had a great time and great costumes. Two of my favorites were Dr. Dennis Johnstone,

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