A Bounty of Leadership Strengths

Nomination Letter for Victoria Simonsen
You have no doubt already heard about the frightening sirens after midnight, the might of the rain and converging St. Vrain Rivers, and the strata of strain befallen upon the people and pocketbooks of Lyons, Colorado.

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“freedom of association"

Letter to the Editor:
Two weeks ago approximately 64% of “active” registered Colorado voters received primary election ballots. Although I am “active,” I did not receive a ballot.  As one of the 35% of Colorado voters “unaffiliated” with either major official party, all I received was a letter stating that I need to “affiliate” in order to vote.   

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About Town - June 26, 2014

Another week gone by, it is now summer and plenty hot. The river seems to be staying in its banks, and it is now time to celebrate the 38th annual Good Old Days. Thanks to Dave and Marissa, and whoever came forth to get a carnival for our celebration, and to those that organized the Flood Recovery 5K Run, which

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“A Better Lifestyle At A Lower Cost”

By Don Moore and Carol Devenir
As summer is now upon us, Lyons Real Estate brokers say Lyons is experiencing a booming housing market, with people moving in, out, and within Lyons. “The Town’s Housing Recovery Task Force is looking at different types of housing to meet the needs and desires of different people,” according to Lyons Trustee Dan

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Meadow Music Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary

Jeff & Paige the Boulder-based musical duo who bring science and nature to life through original, kid-delighting songs and stories, are proud to be celebrating the ten-year anniversary of the award-winning Meadow Music program of free, interactive, summer evenings of children’s music, nature education, and

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Boulder County Mountain Transfer Stations Closed July 4 & 7

The Boulder County mountain transfer stations will be closed on Friday, July 4 and Monday, July 7. Our sites will be open on Saturday and Sunday, July 5-6, and will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, July 8 in Nederland and

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Sculpture Redux

The dedication of a five-story high kinetic interactive sculpture by Lyons resident John King will take place on Monday, June 23, at the newly constructed Kaiser Permanente Lone Tree Medical Center in Lone Tree, Colorado (10240 Park Meadows Drive).

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Central City Opera

Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson

Reminiscent of mining history, a dynamite blast announces the traditional opening night of the six-week Central City Opera season. Church bells ring. Gowned debutants glide down staircases located between the Teller and Opera houses. Eureka Street closes between 4:45 and 6 p.m. A string quartet provides the music for the father/daughter street dance to “Yellow Rose Waltz.”

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About Town - June 19, 2014

FATHER’S DAY 
We know you all honored your fathers and grandfather last Sunday; going to church with him, taking him out to eat, a box of chocolates, etc. As we think of our fathers, we think of someone that “brings home the

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