Gerald Boland Memorial Scholarship Created

By Monique Sawyer-Lang
How do you honor a man whose working life was dedicated to educating children, specifically the children of Lyons? You create a college scholarship in his name, that’s how. The Lyons Community Foundation has created the Gerald Boland Memorial Scholarship to honor a man whose commitment to the Lyons community was

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Welcome To The Lyons Area

By Christy Crosser
New to the greater Lyons area? The Lyons Chamber of Commerce welcomes new residents offering a bag of goodies from the business chamber members. This is their way of welcoming new residents to the area and also introducing new resident to wonderful and plentiful services, retail shops and restaurants.

As Lyons continues to recover from the disaster, supporting local services and businesses is more

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About Town - February 27, 2014

WOW!
A windy week, with more to come. The TV said we had eighty mile an hour wind gusts! Greg Berman, the Lyons weatherman, is keeping an “eye” on the wind and weather. He has started a network of weather watching, and is meeting with various State and County officials, as well

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Lady Lions Fight Hard, But Fall Short To End The Season

Lady Lions Fight Hard, But Fall Short To End The Season

By Katie Jonjak
The Lady Lions (4-13) headed to Greeley to face off against Union Colony Timberwolves (8-11) for a play-off game.   There was a new starting line-up for post season play that featured the freshman guards and senior forwards who were fired up and ready to play.

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Lyons Struggles In Final Regular Season Game

By Matt Smith
On a cold and windy Tuesday night (February 18) the Lyons High School boys’ basketball team took what would normally be a short ride up to Estes Park for their final game of the regular season. Before leaving the school head coach Smith told his charges, “We are going to find some way to beat the rival Estes Park tonight because when we do we will host a playoff game next Tuesday February 25.” On this night however, the trip took about forty-five minutes because of traffic stoppages due to

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Desperately Seeking Homeowner

Boulder couple has recently renovated two-bedroom ranch house they would like to donate to a Lyons resident/family in need. Recipient must have foundation, homeowner will deliver. Call Ed at (303) 823-6622, during the day if interested. This offer is time sensitive.  

Boulder residents David Wolf and his wife Norie Kizaki, like many people who live in the area, have been shocked and saddened over the devastation that was wrought on the residents of Lyons during the September floods. Particularly those in the hardest hit

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Final Line Up For RockyGrass

Planet Bluegrass is excited to announce the complete single-day lineup for the 42nd Annual RockyGrass Festival (Friday, July 25 through Sunday, July 27) including the final additions Alison Krauss & Union Station, a special reunion of the all-woman stringband Uncle Earl, the Grammy-nominee James King Band, and an emotional gospel set from Lyons’ own The Watergirls.

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Innovative Loop Artist

by Lyons Bluesologist, David McIntyre

The Lyons based singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and unforgettable loop artist Arthur Lee Land released his fourth album “Cracked Open” in the spring of last year. Arthur offers a groundbreaking style that is driven by the integration of sophisticated musical, emotional, and

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Coroner’s Office Needs Experience Not Excuses

Dear Editor,
County Coroner Emma Hall finally released the office’s annual reports for 2011 and 2012 this month, both delayed, she said, because of antiquated and sometimes inaccurate computer systems. That sounded more like an excuse than a reason to me.

It turns out there was a 100 per cent turnover in the staff after she took over the office, and then there was a 35 per cent turnover of the new hires. That may have had more to do with

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