Published on Thursday, October 31 2013 06:59
It is so wonderful to have Lyonites moving home. There are lights in homes and warmth in spirit abounding everywhere. The businesses are opening their doors and the people are starting to walk inside those businesses. As we all know, Mother Nature has done a real number on our quirky little town. Usually
Published on Thursday, October 31 2013 06:52
After being twice postponed, once for the flood and once for snow, the students of Lyons Elementary School (LES) were thrilled to finally hold their first event of the school year, the annual fundraising Jog-A-Thon, on Friday, October 25, at the temporary Main Street. Campus in Longmont.
Published on Friday, October 25 2013 19:28
By Joseph Lekarczyk
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor
Town Administrator Victoria Simonsen (a.k.a. the “Turd Herder,” more on that later) had several items of good news at Thursday’s community update meeting at the LifeBridge Church.
The first was that a significant portion of Lyons (the Business District, Old Town, and the North Higher Elevations) will have their utilitiesRead more: Residents To Move Back Saturday
Published on Thursday, October 24 2013 11:26
Earlier this summer, Alex Rodgers, a junior at Silver Creek High School in Longmont, was attending a “ Vans Warped Tour” concert (originally combined punk music with skateboarding events, but now features different genres of music and several extreme sports) when he bumped
Published on Thursday, October 24 2013 10:36
By Joseph Lekarczyk
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor.
During audience business at Monday night’s Board of Trustees’ (BOT) meeting Eagle Canyon resident Kelsey Kennedy asked the Board to “rethink the ban on connecting natural gas.” Kennedy felt that with the placement of portable water tanks in several neighborhoods, plus the
Published on Thursday, October 24 2013 10:25
“On Thursday, September 12, 2013, the small town of Lyons, Colorado awoke at 2 a.m., to the sound of flood sirens and the thunderous roar of the St. Vrain River flowing higher and faster than ever in recorded history. Terrified families, friends, neighbors, and animals had no choice but to scramble for higher ground, and over the course of the next six days, Lyons would be changed forever. The St. Vrain River isolated this
Published on Thursday, October 24 2013 09:24
GOOD NEWS! Several neighborhoods of town will be going home this weekend. Yea, for us, and Yea for the Town Staff and all their co-horts for working so hard to get us back home.
Actually, most of us probably enjoyed our stay-away-from-home to find out how others live, what are their activities, their habits, what they eat, exercise, go to, etc. It is different when you live there, than visit for just a few hours. I found Niwot an intriguing town, but hard to meet
Published on Thursday, October 24 2013 09:02
By Lyons Bluesologist, David McIntyre
Hopefully by the time you read this a lot of folks will be trickling back to their homes in Lyons. If the schedule for turning on all the utilities is correct many of us who live north of Main Street, as well as the businesses on Main and High Street will be able to open their doors and occupy their homes with full services. My neighborhood received power last week and subsequent areas of town will get up and running over
Published on Thursday, October 24 2013 07:56
Barry Jon Kelly, better known to his Lyons community as “Bearcat,” passed away on Thursday, October 17, at Longmont United Hospital, surrounded by family and friends. He was 66 years young and will be missed by all.