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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Women’s Self Defense Class

Over the last three weeks martial arts instructor Nathanael Romig, of Rock Solid Fitness (also known as CrossFit St. Vrain), conducted a Young Ladies Introductory Self-defense Course for teen and tween young women between the ages of ten years and

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Jog-A-Thon Results

By Tanya Daty
The Lyon's Elementary School's Jog-A-Thon tally is in and the results are astounding! This year's Jog-A-Thon raised $36,885.02 for LES, which is 160% more than our all-school goal of $22,500.00.

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Yes To Library, No To Moratorium

By Joseph Lekarczyk
With a marijuana moratorium, replacement housing, and an endorsement for the library ballot question on the agenda, one would expect would expect a big crowd at the Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting. And one would not have been disappointed

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About Town - October 9, 2014

In the interest of full disclosure let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. The opinions stated in this column are hers, and do not necessarily reflect those of the Town of Lyons Board of Trustees. 

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Losing Our Sense Of Place

By Janaki Jane, Colorado Spirit
As the Colorado Spirit team talks with people in and around Lyons and up both canyons, we hear a lot about loss. Sometimes we talk to people who lost their homes and their possessions, cutting them off from their pasts; more often we talk to people who

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New Support For Displaced Households

By Emily Dusel

The Situation:
Lyons was hard-hit by the floods in September 2013.  Two hundred and eleven residential properties were damaged or destroyed, accounting for about twenty percent of the Town’s housing stock. There are still nearly one hundred households displaced from

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