Utility Scam

Town of Lyons Administrator Victoria Simonsen want residents to be aware that scammers are calling local residents and businesses telling them that if they don’t pay their utility bill by credit card over the phone, they will have their utilities shut off.  

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Left Hand Outdoor Challenge Application Deadline

The Left Hand Outdoor Challenge (LHOC) is now accepting applications for its third season. The deadline for applications is Sunday, August 31. The program is designed for Boulder County area teens ages 14 to18, and seeks to teach them about various careers in natural resources as well as to develop new outdoor skills. 

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Two County Issues to November Ballot

The Board of County Commissioners have approved resolutions to place two countywide issues on the November ballot. One asks voters to approve

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Coda, Sandstone Concert Finale

Thursday evening, August 21, marks the final Sandstone Summer Concert Series performance for the season. This summer’s concerts have become the place to take the family and enjoy a summer evening of family entertainment. Between the fresh locally grown produce from the Farmers’

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New Orleans + Colorado = NoloRado

David McIntyre,  Lyons Bluesologist

If any city in this country knows what it was like around here after last year’s devastating flood left so much destruction in its aftermath, it is the Crescent City, a.k.a. New Orleans. Some musicians from the Big Easy united to help the victims of flooding in Colorado with “NolaRado,” a benefit

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Things To Do At Summer’s End

Roads Traveled by Linda L. Osmundson

Cool nights, hot days, and the start of school reminds us summer’s end is near. Have you enjoyed all those outdoor activities you planned at the beginning of the season? There’s still time. Here are some suggestions of things to do before the weather turns cold.

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About Town - August 21, 2014

Another week gone by. A fun week for kids before school, which started Monday, August 18. It is exciting to see the moms and dads taking their kids to school hand-in-hand. Parents, we love you for wanting the “best” for your kids; the best home, the best town, the best school, the best

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No Ifs, Ands, Or Butts!

By Joseph Lekarczyk
It was a very light agenda for the Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting Monday evening. After three straight “late-nighters” wrestling with the retail marijuana ordinance everyone needed a break.

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An Expression Of Strength And Solidarity

By Janaki Jane, Colorado Spirit
“If I’d just seen the headline about strength and solidarity, instead of about a parade,” she said, “that would have been better.” As I and my fellow Colorado Spirit flood recovery team members have been going around town this week, we have heard a lot about the anniversary commemoration coming up. Quotes from some of the

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