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Dear Editor,

Check out the video called banjo. Google Chad Lee banjo. It speaks the truth about the plight of many endangered properties all over America. Places where the almighty buck steals history and the integrity of the innocent, especially at the Elkhorn Lodge and Guest Ranch. Instead of giving a $20 million grant of our tax dollars to build a ski

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Tech Talk with Bob and Lee

Lee: How are disk drives and warm waffles similar?
Bob: They’re both round, easily spun, and more enjoyable if you don’t fling them across the room.

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Trustees Get An Earful Of Wastewater

by Joseph Lekarczyk

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor.
It was a long day, and night, for most of the Board Of Trustees (BOT) on Monday. The Lyons Sustainable Futures Commission (SFC) brought in Jonathon Todd, of Jonathon Todd Ecological Design, to give a presentation on his “EcoMachine” (a

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Vote Yes!

Dear Editor,
The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County applauds the great strides St. Vrain Valley School District (SVVSD) has made in recent years to work on closing the achievement gap between kids from low-income families and their peers. The

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Ask the Handy Woman!

Well, it happened again. After a sunny, warm autumn day, I go to bed with the windows cracked open and wake up to cold, drizzly rain and snow. It snuck up on me again, this wintery mix, catching me off guard with my water hose still attached to the faucet.

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Town In Pretty Good Shape, The Schools, Not So Much

By Joseph Lekarczyk

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor.
It’s October, and that means budget time. The Board of Trustees (BOT) have been meeting (prior to their regularly scheduled meetings) in workshops with Department

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Lyons And Bears, Oh My!

By Greg Berman

When I think of bear country, my mind is directed to places like Barrow, Alaska; Yellowstone, Wyoming; Glacier, Montana and even our very own Rocky Mountain National Park, where seeing a roaming black bear is not out of the question.  To lump Seward St., Stickney St., Upper 5th Avenue, 5th Avenue, 4th Avenue, and McCall Alley with these

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Chalk Artist Back in Lyons

Chalk Artist Back in Lyons

During the Outdoor Games earlier this summer, a chalk artist’s rendering of “Lyons Gothic” (a male and female figure wearing sunglasses, life jackets, helmets, and holding a

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Experience The Adventure

Experience The Adventure

By Lizzy Scully

Have you ever met a small boy while hiking on a trail who handed you his pet monkey, who then wrapped its arms about you and nestled sweetly into your chest? Have you sat under a sunlitwaterfall for hours letting all your stress wash away? One of Linette DeSano’s clients experienced these things during one hike while on a tour to Thailand. DeSano, long-time owner of Experience, Inc., a clothing and jewelry shop on Main Street, also runs Experience Adventure Tours. Since 2006, she has immersed small groups of women in Thai culture.

 

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