McConnell Bridge is Now Open

McConnell Bridge in Lyons is now open for public use. The two-way bridge is the second access to and from Lyons Valley Park, in southeast Lyons. McConnell Bridge sustained extensive damage in the September flood and has been closed since then. Full,  temporary access has been established as of Monday, December 23.

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New Beginnings in 2014

Dear Lyons Community,

As we approach the end of 2013 and look forward to new beginnings in 2014, I reflect on all that has happened to Lyons this year.

The flood brought a new awareness to the meaning of giving, helping, and supporting those around us. September 11,

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Lyons Spirit

Dear Lyons Community,
We wish to send our thanks to the people of Lyons for the reception of our book, "Bertha Saves the Day." It is not often ideas, circumstances, and timing join to ignite a story, but that certainly happened at the holiday bazaar.  Upon reflection,

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Mountain Strong

After the devastating September floods, Gary and Kris Hazelton of Estes Park, came up with a design for a T-shirt. They approached Ron Shumate and Tim Buck of Trail Ridge Printing in Estes Park, and an idea was born, “Mountain Strong.”

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“Flood Rum” Fundraiser At Spirit Hound

This Friday, December 20, is the Spirit Hound “Rum Release Party!” This is a momentous event for the distillery, seeing as this particular barrel of rum was, undamaged in the distillery during the flood. Now bottled and labeled as “Flood Rum,”

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Lyons Gets GOCO Grant

The Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Board last week awarded the Town of Lyons a $227,500 grant  to help defray the purchase price of 1.5 acres of privately owned land, formerly owned by the Hains family, located in Meadow Park. A

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Marriott Hotels of Longmont Giving The Gift Of Lyons

The Marriott Hotels of Longmont recently hosted a holiday lunch for their top clients with a unique and positive spin on it. Instead of doing the typical corporate gift giving, they purchased gift certificates and items from the local Lyons’ business

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Rebuild Lyons - One Life At A Time Will Mail Nearly $1 Million In Checks Tomorrow

More than 800 donors contributed more than $950,000 to Rebuild Lyons – One Life at a Time, a joint effort of The Lyons Community Foundation and the Lyons Community Basic Needs and Emergency Fund. The entire amount will be distributed

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Diverse Weekend Of Music

By David McIntyre, Lyons Bluesologist

If you haven’t figured it out yet, I love all kinds of music, and this weekend’s line up at Oskars is a perfect example of that. I should clarify that. I don’t really like bebop or heavy metal; metal hurts my ears, and I cannot follow or understand

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