Lyons Artist Gets Impressive Commission

Lyons Artist Gets Impressive Commission

Lyons artist/sculptor John King is known throughout the state for his colorful, kinetic, and somewhat whimsical sculptures, sometimes referred to by our local pre-school art aficionados as “wind-spinners.”

Login to read more: Lyons Artist Gets Impressive Commission

Purchase A Subscription: Lyons Artist Gets Impressive Commission

LEAF hires Displaced Resident Advocate

LEAF (Lyons Emergency Assistance Fund) has hired Janaki Jane (yes, her first name is Janaki and her last name is Jane) as the Displaced Resident Advocate, with a mission to focus mainly on former residents of the two mobile

Read more: LEAF hires Displaced Resident Advocate

AmeriCorps Assists Ongoing Flood Recovery

A team of ten young adults from AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) is assisting with flood-related demolition and reconstruction of homes and businesses in Lyons for six weeks. The group began work on November 3, and will be serving until December 16. 

Read more: AmeriCorps Assists Ongoing Flood Recovery

Council Recommends Eight Medical Marijuana Research Grants

The State of Colorado’s Medical Marijuana Scientific Advisory Council, in its meeting on Friday, chose eight research grant proposals for the Board of Health to consider at its December 17 meeting. The recommended studies would examine the effectiveness of using marijuana to treat: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Parkinson’s disease tremors,

Login to read more: Council Recommends Eight Medical Marijuana Research Grants

Purchase A Subscription: Council Recommends Eight Medical Marijuana Research Grants

A Recap from the Housing Recovery Task Force

By Amy Reinholds
At the end of October, the Lyons Board of Trustees voted to award Trestle Strategy Group, LLC, the Lyons Housing Site Analysis Study and the Lyons Facilities Siting Plan/Municipal Campus Feasibility Study. The responsibility of public

Read more: A Recap from the Housing Recovery Task Force

Lyons Residents Brave the Elements to Prepare For Future Disasters

Lyons residents braved the weather on November 12, to receive their disaster preparedness bags from Boulder County CareConnect (BCCC). The nonprofit distributed forty-five bags at the Walt Self Center on the snowy

Read more: Lyons Residents Brave the Elements to Prepare For Future Disasters

Annual Pie Contest

A small but dedicated group of bakers squared off this past weekend to see who would garner the title of Lyons’ “Best Pie Baker.” Each year, The Stone Cup hosts this fundraising event, with the proceeds going to help support the

Login to read more: Annual Pie Contest

Purchase A Subscription: Annual Pie Contest

Be Thankful - Three Different Bands

There will be three different bands at Oskar Blues the last weekend of November, something for everyone to be thankful for, we hope. Starting with The Outliers, Friday November 28, the night after you have spent your day giving

Login to read more: Be Thankful - Three Different Bands

Purchase A Subscription: Be Thankful - Three Different Bands

About Town - November 27, 2014

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.

Login to read more: About Town - November 27, 2014

Purchase A Subscription: About Town - November 27, 2014

Page 6 of 93

Go to top