Lyons: A Little Fear, And A Lot Of Affection

By Janaki Jane, Colorado Spirit
There is a truism in disaster recovery work: after a disaster, long standing resentments and differences, that used to be tolerated or dismissed with a shrug, come to the surface. This is seen so often in communities after disaster that disaster workers don’t quite

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Lyons Cross Country Sweeps State and Brings Home Gold

By Renée Haip
On Saturday, October 25, Lyons Cross Country was back for a third consecutive year to face Colorado’s brutal and unforgiving state course at Bear Creek Park and the adjacent rodeo grounds at the Norris-Penrose Event Center in Colorado Springs. Composed of creek crossings, bridges, hills, and horse barns accented by choking dust, the course has been known to take down the best of

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Lions Battle To The End

By Gary Gorman
The Lyons High School football team, led by a strong core of seniors: Zach Christiansen, Justin Gorman, Austin Myers, Brett Curry, Hector Rodriguez and Bowe Herman played a hard fought, and exciting finial game last Friday night (October 24) in Lyons against

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Season Ends Too Soon

By Wendy Stevelinck

This by far is the hardest article to write. The Lyons High School girls’ volleyball season unfortunately ended way too early. It was a bad dream that came true. The team eased their way through their Mile High League schedule with a very impressive 15 and 1

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Prescribed burn completed at Heil Valley Ranch

The prescribed burn at Heil Valley Ranch Open Space has been completed and the park is now open. Park visitors are required to stay on trail in the burn area. There are signs indicating the section of the Ponderosa Loop that is on-trail use only. Crews will remain on site 24/7 for mop up and monitoring through Sunday, November 2.

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A Day of Volunteerism for Oskar Blues CAN’d Aid Foundation and All Hands Volunteers

On Sunday, November 2, the Oskar Blues CAN’d Aid Foundation will join forces with All Hands Volunteers (AHV) for a day of volunteerism in Lyons, CO. Formed as an immediate response to the devastating floods that nearly destroyed Oskar Blues’

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Trestle Group Hired For Housing Site Analysis

By Arielle Hodgson
On October 27, the Board of Trustees awarded Trestle Strategy Group, LLC the Lyons Housing Site Analysis Study and the Lyons Facilities Siting Plan/Municipal Campus Feasibility Study contracts. Both studies will be a trusted source of information for the

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Call Center Activated for Heil Valley Ranch Prescribed Burn Oct. 25, 26, & 27

Boulder County Parks and Open Space and the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office Wildland Fire Management Program are conducting a prescribed burn at Heil Valley Ranch Open Space (near U.S. 36 and Lefthand Canyon Road) beginning Saturday, Oct. 25 and lasting up to five days, weather

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Preparation is Key to Dealing with Winter Weather

With the winter season approaching, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reminds individuals to be prepared for winter storms and extreme cold. While the danger of severe winter weather varies across the country, everyone can benefit by taking a few easy steps now to prepare

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