What’s On Your Bucket List?

Roads Traveled by Linda L. Osmundson

The Eiffel Tower. Check. The Louvre. Check. The Sistine Chapel. Check. Michelangelo’s David. Check. Milford Sound. Check. New York’s Central Park. Check. And many more. One Thousand Places to See Before You Die sits on the bookshelf with sticky notes

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What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger

By Janaki Jane, Colorado Spirit
Kelly Clarkson’s song tells us “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.” It’s not what we want to hear maybe, but it seems to hit the mark about last year’s flood. It just keeps on giving, in the wrong way, doesn’t it? It keeps on pushing us further into having to

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Birdhouses & Gifts Bags To Confluence Residents

By Robin Lyons, Colorado Spirit, and Rev. Emily Flemming, Lyons Community Church
The turnout was excellent for the first Project: KIDS on Saturday, October 11. Rogers Hall was filled with five adults, a handful of parents, and around twenty kids from ages 3½ to 12. The kids alternated between multiple craft stations, games, and singing.

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Basey Continues To Shine

Lyons resident Nola Basey, who now attends the University of Denver, and plays for their women’s volleyball team, was named The Summit League's Volleyball Offensive Player of the Week, for her performances during matches held September 29, through October 5.

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Where The Wild Things Are

By Lynne Johann
The Lyons Elementary School PTO sponsored an all-school field trip to the Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg last week. On Thursday, October 9, three hundred fifty-eight students, thirty-nine staff members, and seventy-three parent chaperones boarded

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Honoring Seniors!

By Wendy Stevelinck  
The Lady Lions continue to roll over their opponents week after week. Another clean sweep for the Lions volleyball teams against Liberty Commons Eagles.

The C team continues to set the tempo of the games winning in two sets, 25 to 14, and 25 to 21. The star performer for this match

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JV Cross Country: It’s a Wrap

By Renée Haip
Tuesday, October 14, was a beautiful day out on the Lyons’ cross country course. Under blue skies and cool temperatures, the JV Lyons, Berthoud, and Roosevelt High School cross country crews gathered for one more opportunity to race and set new personal

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"A New Set of Eyes"

By Joseph Lekarczyk
The Board of Trustees (BOT) held a budget/audit workshop and special meeting Monday night, and the need for more public meeting space was never more apparent. The regularly scheduled Planning & Community Development Commission meeting had

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Supporting The Recovery Effort

CEMEX USA, a building materials company and an active member of the Lyons community since 1969,  earlier this week announced several corporate donations to support the following local flood reconstruction initiatives.

CEMEX donated $7,500 to Lyons Community Foundation for their “Rebuild Lyons” program, which was established to provide

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