Published on Thursday, September 11 2014 14:39
This is an exciting week. We attended the first flood commemorative gathering hosted by Boulder County at Gateway Fun Park in North Boulder on Sunday, with various maps, papers, videos, programs, and a performance by the Playback Theatre. Really nice, several folks from Lyons were there. It was very heartwarming.
Published on Thursday, September 11 2014 14:26
By Wendy Stevelinck
What a great way to start off league play, with all three Lyons teams (C, JV, and Varsity) scoring wins over Front Range Christian. The C team got things started with a hard fought two-set win, 25-19 and 26-24. The JV team then dominated their match in two sets as well, winning 25-11 and 25-5. Freshman Sarah Stevelinck was on fire from the serving line scoring thirteen straight points for the young Lions, and finished with ten aces for the night.
Published on Thursday, September 11 2014 14:18
By Renée Haip
Standing on the ditch road high above the high school facing Lyons, the view is extraordinary with the school campus down to the east and adjacent Bohn Park and open space to the west. Shroud the surrounding hills and mountains in light morning fog, add in 2,200 excited high school and middle
Published on Thursday, September 11 2014 14:12
The Lady Lions softball team was able to make it into the Brush Tournament championship game this past weekend, despite team injuries and illness. It took a total team effort, as each member of the squad contributed.
Published on Thursday, September 11 2014 10:20
After the September 2013 floods in Colorado, the Lyons Community Montessori (LCM) school closed its doors. This was tragic news for the parents and children who were already fragile from their experiences with the flood and who simply wanted to get back into a normal routine. Seeing this need, a group of parents from LCM began working together to start a new Montessori-based preschool. Heartened by the community’s optimism and emboldened by the size of the task at hand, parents got to work.
Published on Thursday, September 11 2014 10:04
The Lyons Garden Club completed its first “Plant it Forward” project this past Sunday afternoon (September 7). The group installed perennials at a Lyons residence, whose yard had been damaged from last year’s flood. After weeding and amending the soil, a varity of flowers were planted, and the damaged area was completely transformed to a beautiful flower garden! Many ofRead more: Lyons Garden Club's "Plant it Forward" Project Begins
Published on Thursday, September 11 2014 09:49
As the one-year anniversary of the September flood approaches, we at the Lyons Recorder wish to thank all of those people who helped keep the paper afloat during a most difficult time.
Thanks go out to all of our contributors who submit articles, photos, and columns, your contributions make this paper truly a voice of and for the community. To all of our faithful advertisers who continued to advertise with us, even though they had much larger issues to deal with, we can’t thank you enough. To all of our faithful readers and subscribers, thanks for your continuedRead more: Thank you from the Bottom of Our Hearts
Published on Thursday, September 11 2014 09:04
By Kathleen Spring
The Lyons Historical Society takes pride in its good reputation of preserving Lyons history. The significant hundred-year flood of September 2013 will have its place in the Lyons Redstone Museum, both in a permanent exhibit, and in the archive of documents, artifacts, and multi-media for future generations to
Published on Thursday, September 11 2014 08:22
By Janaki Jane, Colorado Spirit
“You have to give people hope,” Debra Lee Pearson says of the residents in Lyons impacted by the floods. Pearson was hired at the beginning of July as the Disaster