Jamestown Celebrates New Fire Station

By Erika Rae Archer

On Friday, February 20, the Town of Jamestown celebrated the opening of the new Fire Station at 66 Main Street in Jamestown. The $940K facility is 2,544 square feet and provides volunteer fire protection to the Greater Jamestown community. The new facility replaces the previous 1,725-square-foot fire station that had been built in 1967 and was destroyed during the 2013 Jamestown Flood.

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About Town - February 26, 2015

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. Her opinions are hers, and do not necessarily represent those of the entire Board of Trustees. 

Wow, a cold weekend and more to come! We should leave the water from your faucet dripping a little, better to be safe than sorry. My crocuses were peaking out. I hope the snow protected them. Yes, spring is just around the corner. 

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Roller Coaster Ride For Lady Lions

The Lady Lions basketball squad traveled to downtown Denver to play Denver Christian. The teams both had equal records and it looked like the Lady Lions had the game in hand but, this season has truly been a roller coaster ride and nothing has been easy.

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Tough Road Loss For The Lions

By Kari Basey
It was a quiet week for the Lyons High School boys’ basketball team as they had only one competition, an away game against Denver Christian. The Lions were without a couple key players; starter Owen George was out with an illness and big man Max Schneeweiss was injured (luckily he will be back for the playoffs). 

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Locals’ RockyGrass Tickets Coming Soon

Tickets to the 43rd Annual RockyGrass Festival (July 24 through 26) sold-out to the general public the week they went on sale in December. To thank our hometown Lyons community for the ongoing support over the years, Planet Bluegrass has set aside a block of both three-day and single-day RockyGrass tickets to sell exclusively to Lyons locals. These tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, March 4, exclusively at The Stone Cup.

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Faces of this Housing Issue

Dear Editor,
We are in the midst of a controversial (and sometimes painful and divisive) process of making an important decision together about the future of Lyons. By March 24, Lyons’ citizens will have chosen by vote whether we are willing to cede five to seven acres in Bohn Park for the purpose of building affordable recovery housing.

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The Gift of Home

There’s a mound of dirt in front of the Lyons home of Cat and Dave Wechsler that has toy trucks all over it. As Cat says, they’ve done all they can to help the boys still feel connected to their home since it was destroyed by the 2013 Flood. That has even included living in an RV in front of the

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A Hot Time In The Old Town Tuesday Night!

Retail marijuana, recovery housing in Bohn Park, electric rate hikes, traffic light at Stone Canyon/McConnell Bridge, an annexation petition, Intergovernmental agreements (IGA) with Boulder County, and Meadow Park improvements; what an agenda! It was like an NBA

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Lyons Preparedness

How They Do It: Allenspark Neighbors Emergency Network (Part Two)

By Emily Gubler
In the last article, I spoke with Steve and Barb Coles of the Allenspark Neighbors Emergency Network (ANEN) about the organization and function of their network. In this article, we go into more depth about ANEN’s role before and during an emergency.

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