Published on Thursday, September 17 2015 18:37
Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson
Lewis and Clark encountered snow as they left the Shoshone village to begin their trek across the Continental Divide on August 25, 1805 via a trail suggested by an old Indian. After the climb, they descended into the Bitterroot Valley where they met a band of Flathead Indians, bought fresh horses, and supplies before tackling the Bitterroot Mountains.
Spend some time in the Bitterroot Valley known as the “Banana Belt” of Montana. This valley is approximately
Published on Thursday, September 17 2015 18:15
LEAF exists to help. Our help includes coffee and a smile, emergency assistance, learning to budget, case management, a listening ear, resource referral, assistance with understanding a letter from the insurance company, and more. People ask us: How can I help? One way is you can volunteer—we can always useRead more: How Do We Help?
Published on Thursday, September 17 2015 17:04
Lyons Elementary School’s Jog-a-thon fundraiser will take place on the morning of Friday, September 25, from 8 to 11:30 a.m. The public is welcome to come witness these incredible kids, and can join them for a picnic lunch outside following the event. This year’s theme is SUPERHEROES!
Published on Thursday, September 17 2015 16:47
After a lengthy hiatus, the Town Hall Art Shows are back on the docket. Understandably, the Town of Lyons needed the usual “gallery” area for ongoing flood recovery presentations and displays.
Friday, November 6, between 4:30 and 7 p.m., at Town Hall is the drop off date and time for the community’s
Published on Thursday, September 17 2015 16:29
Every one-time visitor to Brookfield Residential model homes in the Denver area will translate into a $10 donation to the flood recovery efforts in Lyons, Colorado.Read more: Flood Victims To Receive Help From Brookfield Residential Community Project and Habitat for...
Published on Thursday, September 17 2015 16:22
By LaVern Johnson
Scores of people, some from as far away as Illinois, were on hand Saturday afternoon for the MOSAIC: Clarifier Project dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony. There was even one distinguished gentleman from Denver, Governor John Hickenlooper who braved the relentless sun to attend and be part of the festivities.
Published on Thursday, September 17 2015 16:10
Dear Lyons family and friends past and present,
You’ve been giving locally for a long time now, and we know it’s not over in Lyons. First, THANKS for everything you have already done. And if your energy is directed to your own recovery, and that of Lyons, please know I respect that and understand completely.
However, I believe the world is more interconnected than we know (Remember giving aid to Japan after tsunami? Remember the money we got from Japan when our flood hit?), and for those of you that can help usRead more: LoV's Pay-Forward
Published on Thursday, September 17 2015 15:59
By Wendy Stevelinck
The Lyons High School volleyball team won three straight matches in pool play at the Bennett Volleyball Tournament last week to secure top seeding in bracket play. The Lady Lions notched wins over Trindad, Kiowa and Middle Park. Continuing their winning ways Lyons took on the Byers Bulldogs in the first round of bracket play
Published on Thursday, September 17 2015 15:51
By Renée Haip
In its sixteenth year, the Saint Vrain Cross Country Invitational draws many of the state’s finest high school and middle school runners and teams. The 2015 version of Saint Vrain brought in 65 high school teams and 39 middle school teams with 2890 total entries plus their respective fans. With the promise of great competition on a true