State or Bust!

The Lady Lion’s have only made seven state appearances. The last time they went to state was in 2009 and they have never won a state title.

Coach Renaldi’s Lady Lions have found success this year with a record of 8-11 and have high hopes of making a state appearance.  They head into regionals ranked 11th in 3A state and will have to win just one more game to get into state.  They

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Lions Get Solid Win Against Mead

By Gary Gorman
The Lyons Lions football team traveled out to Mead High School on Saturday to take on a the Mead JV squad in a non-league game on Saturday, and the Lions came out with a solid win against the Mustangs.

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Lady Lions Volley Ball Team Continues to Cruise

By Wendy Stevelinck
Tuesday the Lady Lions volley ball team played a home match against Denver Christian Academy. The JV Lions got the ball rolling (so to speak) and came out on top of their match in two straight sets. Best effort of the season came from freshman libero Sarah

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Colorado Cabbage Great for Fall Dishes

Each month, the Colorado Department of Agriculture features a different commodity to highlight the variety and quality of products grown, raised or processed in the state. This month the recipe features cabbage in the Dutch Oven Sauerkraut recipe.
 
On average, Colorado produces more than 110 million pounds of cabbage each year. Good quality cabbage should be well-formed, fairly even colored and heavy for its size. Cabbage leaves should be very compact and fairly smooth. Cabbage is fat

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Bohn Park is Sacred Land and Deserves the Same Respect

Dear Editor,
Town officials seem to be in a headlong rush to use our town parks for replacement housing. Most troubling is the proposed use of Bohn Park.

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rep.e.ti.tion

The upcoming art show at The Stone Cup/Rise & Shine Bistro titled “rep.e.ti.tion” will feature recent paintings Lyons artist Jake Pinello, which combine paint and burnt cardboard on stretched canvas,

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The End Of An Era

The Outlaw Saloon was packed last Saturday night. A private wedding reception on the back patio, a live band for dancing in the bar, and a Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament in the dinning room portion of the

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Fall Is In The Air – Time To Think Pumpkins

Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson

You can purchase pumpkins from several different sources but the most family fun is to visit a Pumpkin Patch. You may have to drive some distance but the trip will be well worth it. Besides fields of pick-your-own pumpkins, farmers offer mazes, corn stalks, gourds, hayrides, and produce stands.

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October: The Search

Whether it’s a two or four-year college, a gap year, or a technical/vocational institute, choosing what to do after high school will be one of the biggest decisions a senior can make.  Spend this month sifting through

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