Times Have Changed

Dear Editor and Lyons folks:
A “NO” to the library tax, is a “YES” to preserving our Lyons culture.

Times have changed since I moved to the Lyons area forty-three years ago. It was a dusty drive through with a main street lined with carpet shops. I marvel at what we have become since the days when even a

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“POLITICS”

Dear Editor,
What is politics? Expressing your ideas on the “rights” and “wrongs” of an issue. We all have that right. If you don’t agree, that is all right too. Send in your information as to why marijuana is good for our Lyons’

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Bohn Park is Sacred Land and Deserves the Same Respect

Dear Editor,
Town officials seem to be in a headlong rush to use our town parks for replacement housing. Most troubling is the proposed use of Bohn Park.

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To the Mayor and the Lyons Board of Trustees,

I am unable to attend the meeting this week, and would like to offer my thoughts for the public record and your consideration.

It has been suggested that those who oppose the use of our currently designated parks and open spaces for the construction of replacement housing are uncaring and lack sensitivity on this issue. 
Not taking into

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rep.e.ti.tion

The upcoming art show at The Stone Cup/Rise & Shine Bistro titled “rep.e.ti.tion” will feature recent paintings Lyons artist Jake Pinello, which combine paint and burnt cardboard on stretched canvas,

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The End Of An Era

The Outlaw Saloon was packed last Saturday night. A private wedding reception on the back patio, a live band for dancing in the bar, and a Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament in the dinning room portion of the

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Open Space Holds Photo Contest

The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department is calling on area shutterbugs to submit their best snapshots of OSMP’s diverse public landscapes into the department’s upcoming photography contest.

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Boulder County To Test Ballots/Equipment

The Boulder County Elections Division will conduct a logic and accuracy test beginning on Tuesday, October 7, on ballots and equipment to be used for the 2014 General Election. This test ensures equipment properly tabulates votes. Each type of ballot, and all ballot styles will be tested to make sure

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Fall Is In The Air – Time To Think Pumpkins

Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson

You can purchase pumpkins from several different sources but the most family fun is to visit a Pumpkin Patch. You may have to drive some distance but the trip will be well worth it. Besides fields of pick-your-own pumpkins, farmers offer mazes, corn stalks, gourds, hayrides, and produce stands.

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