Chamber Holds “Q & A” With Town Leaders

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 Area Chamber of Commerce held a “question and answer” session  for interested  area residents last week (Wednesday, October 6) with Town Officials at the Lyons

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Lyons Historical Society Has a Banner Year

By Kathleen Spring

Lyons’ historical heritage rose in prominence in 2010, through the efforts of a few devoted people and enriching grants.  The bad economy effected the Lyons Historical Society’s efforts in good and bad ways.  The benefits of new exhibits and programs to the town’s residents will last for many years to come.

 

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Lyons Parks & Recreation News

The plans for Halloween in Lyons have firmed up. On Saturday, October 30, the annual Halloween Parade will once again this year be held on Main Street. Costumed marchers

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Heartfelt Thank You

Dear Editor,
Thanks to Dee Dee and my family, we had a great party on Oct. 1, celebrating two events; the closing of the Lyons Café, and the opening of Double D Accounting in its new location. After a lengthy run of 48 years, the “pie place” is calling it quits. This was the final celebration to bid goodbye and say a heartfelt thank-you to the many, many

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Fourmile Canyonfire Benefit Concert

The Fourmile Canyon Fire, the most devastating wildfire in the history of Colorado, started on Labor Day in a remote area of Boulder County. A week later, thousands of acres of forest were

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A Young Life, Changed Forever

by Chelsea Alfieri

Ms. Alfieri is a young woman with a passion for writing, who will now be contributing articles in The Lyons Recorder.

January 16, 2008, a day that changed me, all that I knew, and opened my eyes for the rest of my life.  I was eighteen, I had just graduated from Lyons High School, and I was on top of the world.

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Invitation To The Lyons Community

A press release by the Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce

Wednesday, October 6, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Lyons Community Church, The Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce invites the entire community to a “Conversation With Our Leaders.” A presentation by Town Administrator Victoria Simonsen and Mayor Julie Van Domelen, followed by a question and answer period.

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Thank you, Mary, a million times over!

Dear Editor,
The Lyons Garden Club and the Town of Lyons were the recipients of many many beautiful plants and shrubs to enhance our town ABSOLUTELY FREE from Mary Bukszar owner of Ute Trail

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Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101

Dear Editor:
Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101 create an unprecedented $4.2 billion deficit at the state and local level, displacing 73,000 jobs, terminating over 8,000 classroom teachers, and dramatically increasing fees and licenses on small business. This will happen,on top of the 110,000 jobs already lost in Colorado in the last 18 months of the recession. In fact, these measures will trigger a voter-approved second recession.

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