Permit me to make a few remarks

To The Editor:
Permit me to make a few remarks about the MMJ issue presently before the Board of Trustees. First, I would like to remind everyone that the topic that is

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LCF Expand 2011 Ralston Scholarships

The Lyons Community Foundation (LCF) has stepped up its support of our local high school graduates by increasing the funding to the LCF Scholarships in memory of Steve Ralston. Starting this year, the LCF will award two $1000 scholarships for study at any accredited post-secondary school. Any graduating senior from Lyons High School or a student who lives in the Lyons area and attends a neighboring school is eligible to apply as are home-schooled kids living in the Lyons area.

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Doing What "Matt"-ers; For Pets, People And The Planet

by Mary Huron Hunter

If you asked either Matt why they do what they do for a living (veterinary medicine) you’d probably walk away from that conversation with one, overriding message; the compassion and care they provide extends from the pets they serve to their families, their family vets, and the communities in which they live and work.

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Lights, Camera, Action!

by Joseph Lekarczyk

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor.

The Lyons Board of Trustees (BOT) held a workshop before their regularly scheduled meeting earlier this week. No surprise, the subject was medical marijuana, and there were at least two-dozen concerned citizens in the audience. What was a little unusual was that it was a Tuesday (Feb. 22) meeting

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Car Wash Robbed

The staff at the St. Vrain Market arrived at work Tuesday morning to discover that someone had broken into the car wash building during the night, and made

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Thank You!

Letter to the Editor:
This year’s Discovery Fair, Discovering Careers, was very successful due to the contributions of numerous people.  First, the kids that participated did a wonderful job creating their unique projects.  The dialog that took place between our National Honor Society (NHS) seniors and the kids during our workshop

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Great Deal of disappointment

Dear Editor,
In regards to the recent letter to the editor from Shawn Welch, WOW! That’s really all I have to say. I read that letter and I present my own with a great deal of disappointment. I will start by discrediting his “policies” about how his operations are so behind closed doors and that children have absolutely no idea of

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Utility Bills Too High?

As part of its ongoing outreach series, the Lyons Sustainable Future Commission is hosting a workshop to educate the community on improving the comfort

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“YouTweetFaceBlog” - Social Media For Nonprofits

The Colorado Nonprofit Association will host a free workshop, Social Media for Nonprofits, on Monday, February 28, from 3 to 5:30 p.m. at the Estes Valley Library. This seminar will provide an introduction to social networking, which includes information about the various social networking media tools (think -

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