LES Students “Wow” At Discovery Fair

The Lyons Elementary School held their annual Discovery Fair last week, and fifty-five students from kindergarten to fifth grade participated. This year’s theme was “Discover Colorado,” and the students really took the assignment to heart. Their interests ranged from: 14-ers to flowers, predators (fangs, claws, and

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Questions I would like answered before I vote.

Dear Lyons Board of Trustees,
I really appreciate all the discussion on the Bohn Park issue on the Lyons Happenings, Lyons Open Discussion and in the Lyons Newspapers; it is good to hear all the passionate views and information from both sides.  I think it is such an important issue that we all need to be well informed before we vote.

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I Still Have Faith in this Community

Dear Editor,
Like most everyone else in Lyons, and many of the other communities in the Front Range, the floods of September 2013 will always be a “before and after” event in my life. In the weeks and months following the

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Christiansen Scores Career High

By Kari Basey
Despite a phenomenal shooting performance by senior Zach Christiansen, the Lyons High School boys basketball team lost to Dayspring Christian last Tuesday, January 20,  at home 77 to 73.  Christiansen scored

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Win One, Lose One.

The Lady Lions continue to be a threat to the top teams in the Mile High League, but they struggle to maintain the pace throughout the game.

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Sheriff’s Scholarship Program

Sheriff Joe Pelle announced today that County Sheriffs of Colorado, Inc. (CSOC), the state sheriffs association, will award a $500 scholarship to a deserving Boulder County student next spring. Application

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Instagram! Bam! Thank You, Ma’am!

Rachel Tallent’s mixed media art show titled “Instagram! Bam! Thank You, Ma’am!” will be featured at The Stone Cup for the month of February.  This will be Talent’s second one-woman show at The Cup, and she will host an open house celebration Friday evening, February 6, from 6 to 9 p.m.

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Break the Winter Blahs

By Kathleen Spring
There’s nothing like friendly conversation over a hot nutritious meal during the cold, overcast days of winter. Lyons seniors have been enjoying this experience over the past several decades, thanks to dedicated volunteers and donors. The current senior center is located in the Walt Self Community Building on Railroad Avenue, next to the post office.

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About Town - January 29, 2015

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. The opinions stated are hers, and do not necessarily reflect those of the entire Board of Trustees. 

Another  week  gone  by. Where does time fly! We are all saying prayers this week due to the severe accident our good friend Rick England was in with driver Iann Clayton up the North St. Vrain by the Stone Mountain Lodge. Both are in the hospital with broken bones.

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