October: The Search

Whether it’s a two or four-year college, a gap year, or a technical/vocational institute, choosing what to do after high school will be one of the biggest decisions a senior can make.  Spend this month sifting through

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Project: KIDS - Caring For Our Neighbors

By Janaki Jane & Emily Flemming
Almost twenty kids aged 3 to 12, are already signed up for the first meeting of Project: KIDS, an opportunity for younger children to give back to their community post-disaster. Each of the monthly meetings of this new organization will have a theme that the

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Let’s Talk About That Pesky Survivor’s Guilt

By Janaki Jane, Colorado Spirit
Note: Starting this week, I invite you to join in a conversation on the Facebook page One Year Strong (www.facebook.com/oneyearstrong) about the topics raised in these columns.

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LES PTO Awarded Judges’ Choice: Staying Afloat After A Flood

By June Allan Corrigan
“Reprinted by permission of PTO Today”

A flood devastated the town of Lyons, Colorado, but PTO leaders at its elementary school kept going—earning the group the Judges’ Choice award in the 2014 Parent Group of the Year search.

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About Town - October 2, 2014

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

Life is strange; it was thirty-one years ago in October, that Walt Kinderman, the editor of the Lyons Recorder, kept roasting Mayor Virgil Rigdon. His wife, Fern, was writing the local news, and

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Tough Loss For The Lady Lions

By Wendy Stevelinck
There has been a big build up going on for weeks over the volleyball match up between Resurrection Christian and Lyons High. Both teams came into the match undefeated, and the winner of the much-anticipated struggle could potentially wind up as league champs. 

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Lions Get Mauled In Cat Fight!

By Gary Gorman
The Lyons High School football team traveled to Loveland last Friday night (September 26) to take on the league leading Resurrection Christian Cougars in what turned out to be a very tough “cat fight” for the Lions.

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Lady Lions Softball “Big Hits” Win At Home

The softball team hasn’t had this many wins within their league since 2009. They are now 7-8 over-all, and are 4-6 in the tough Patriot League. Coach Renaldi has really brought together the girls to form a solid team. They are ranked 10th in 3A ball, which will give them an opportunity to head to regional play-offs for a chance to make state.

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Brothers Capture Individual Titles

By Renée Haip
For a second week in a row, Lyons Cross Country had two meets on the schedule. On Friday, September 26, the JV and middle school teams took part in the Mead Stampede

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