Lions Lose In A “Beat Down”

By Matt Smith
The Lyons’ Lions baseball team had a pretty good week. They played a total of three games last week, winning two out of the three games. However, the last game of the week was an away game Saturday versus the Eaton Reds. Eaton had their bleachers full of fans on a nice warm

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Lyons Track and Field at Pomona Invitational

By Renée Haip

Dominated by 5A schools, the two-day Pomona Invitational at Jeffco Stadium on Friday and Saturday, April 11 & 12, provided plenty of opportunities for the Lions, the meets sole 2A school, to mix it up with the state’s top track programs. Between the competition caliber and the meet size with as many as ninety competitors in individual events, scoring opportunities were few. One strategy the Lyons’ coaches use to get

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Lyons Middle/Senior Students Create “Volunteer Class”

By Piper Doering
This year the Lyons Middle/Senior decided to offer a class based solely on community service in order to teach young people the importance of volunteerism and leadership in one’s community. The students in this class have chosen, in addition to forty hours of internship, to do a group project in the community, and we would like it to be Community Care Day. We are only 18 kids, but with your help we can make a big difference.

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9Health Fair Looking For New Volunteers

By Lauren Munson

Editor’s note: Lauren is a high school sophomore, and is volunteering as the 2014 9Health Fair Publicity Co-Coordinator

Each year Lyons 9Health Fair has created a safe and friendly environment that provides the public with free and low cost screenings to those eighteen years of age and older to ensure the health of our community. The Fair happens annually and this year the Lyons 9Health Fair is scheduled for Saturday, May 3, from 7 a.m. to noon at

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Library District Board To Review Possible Sites

By Mark Browning
The Lyons Regional Library District Board of Trustees will meet on Tuesday, April 15, to consider possible sites for a new library/community resource center. The meeting will be held at Lyons Town Hall at 6:30 p.m. Public

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Residents are Eligible to Participate

Dear Editor,

We are contacting you as researchers at the Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado. We recently launched an internet-based survey for survivors of the Colorado 2013 floods living in or near Boulder, Longmont, Lyons or Estes Park. We are interested in the impact of the floods on community members’ well-being, and hope that

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Your Assistance and support Will Help

Dear Lyons Business Owners
The recent robbery of the St. Vrain Pharmacy has brought to light some resources that I would like to be made aware of in case we have any type of crime in Town. I would like to take a more proactive approach as it pertains to video camera and camera capabilities of your businesses. I would like to put together a secured file that would

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You Don't Hear their Stories

Dear Editor:

On March 31, five Boulder County mayors gathered in Lyons to commemorate the second Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service. These officials joined 1,760 mayors from across the country to recognize the

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About Town - April 10, 2014

FAREWELL TO JULIE, SANDY, AND KIRK, dedicated Mayor and Trustees, who devoted more hours than you can think of, to you the town residents.  A farewell reception was given in their honor Monday, before the regular town board meeting. It started with The Quilt store, via Barb Harrison and Laurie Test, presenting each Trustee with a lovely quilt; Town Administrator Victoria Simonsen gave accolades to each, and the big crowd enjoyed

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