Lady Lions Hoop Season Gets Underway

By Katherine Jonjak

The basketball season began last week with Lady Lions competing in the Highland Basketball Tournament. The girls program is headed by second year coach Sandy Mitchell, who is assisted by Jason Maguire and David James. The team competes in the 3A/2A Patriot League. This is a league that has tested the Lady Lions (2A) for several years due to the

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Band And Choir Concerts Wow Crowd

The Lyons Middle/Senior High  School held their Winter Band Concert in the school’s Cafetorium last Wednesday evening (December 11) to an appreciative, and enthusiastic gathering of family and friends. The sixth grade Beginning Band

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BOT Grapple With Budget Uncertainty

By Joseph Lekarczyk

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor

The Board of Trustees (BOT) met Monday night (December 9) for a 2014 budget workshop and then held a special meeting to take care of a couple of year-end house cleaning chores (certain items that the State of Colorado mandates by year’s end), and to hold a few public hearings on 2014 budget matters.

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Lyons To Lyons

In September, the news images of the flooding in Lyons, Colorado, began to appear in the homes of the people of Lyons, NY. Soon the “Geezer Network” began to exchange e-mails and plans to aide a sister

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Annual Bird Count - Assessing The Flood’s Impact

Annual Bird Count - Assessing The Flood’s Impact

By Marcel Such
This Saturday, December 14, if you are in the vicinity, you may spy two or three people hiking in and along the St. Vrain River channel through Lyons and Apple Valley. These volunteers will be conducting a bird survey for the Longmont Christmas Bird Count, an activity that has been occurring annually for over six decades. A group

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HUD Provides $63 Million To Colorado Recovery

What could bring a member of President Obama’s Cabinet, two United States Senators, the Governor, a State Representative, a Boulder County Commissioner, the Mayors of several area municipalities, as well as Lyons

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Thank You Code42!

Code42 announced it has donated $29,209 to the American Red Cross, to  help those impacted by the recent Colorado floods. Code42’s two Colorado employees: Clark Hodge (right), a resident of Lyons, and  Stephanie Schneider (second from left) of Denver, presented the donation to  the local Red Cross chapter.  “CrashPlan is

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Lyons Catholic Community Church

After 32 years we are still celebrating Catholic mass on Saturday evenings at 5:30 p.m. in the white church on the corner of 4th and Main streets.  All are welcome to enjoy our mass with the visiting priests from the

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39th Annual Lyons Holiday Bazaar

39th  Annual Lyons Holiday Bazaar

Over 1,200 shoppers found plenty of Holiday GIfts at the Bazaar this year. There was food, music, a "Cash Mob," and of course a visit from Santa! Many of the merchants donated goods for the raffle and organizers donated this year's proceeds to the Lyons Community Foundation.

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