I Hope You’ll Support Jonathan Singer

Dear Editor,
Being a police officer, or a peace officer of any kind, is a scary job. They have to deal with stressful situations every day, sometimes stress beyond what most of us could handle or maybe even imagine. The kind of violence

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May You Hear a Good Story Today

Dear Lyons,
I recently performed a solo performance art piece called “The Art of Love: Come Sacrifice and High Water.” This piece honored Gerald Boland as the one person from Lyons who lost his life in the floods. It was a bit of humor,

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Thanking those who helped in Lyons Recovery

Personal Flood Heroes Nomination Letters
By Kathleen Spring

(Editor Note: On August 4, 2014, this article has been updated to include more nominations)

Hero nominations poured in for the Lyons Historical Society’s program honoring the flood heroes as part of their Good Old Days annual program. Every person nominated was not a government or charitable organization or

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Fourth Of July On The Iron Range

Roads Traveled with Linda L. Osmundson

Where is the Iron Range? According to my husband, who grew up there, this vast iron ore area spreads throughout northern Minnesota and consists of four large iron ore ranges, the largest of the four is the Masabi

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About Town - July 17, 2014

Another week gone by; summer is more than half over, with school starting the middle of August. We hope all had a good summer playing ball, art & craft classes, dancing at Mayama, scout and other camps, dinosaur park,

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CAN’d Aid/Grassroots Outdoor Alliance Dusters Raise 50K

The Oskar Blues CAN’d Aid Foundation recently partnered with Grassroots Outdoor Alliance to raise $50,000 for ColoRADo flood recovery at a fundraising event held at The Big Red Barn in Highland Meadows in Windsor.

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About Town - July 10, 2014

Another week gone by, where we all celebrated the Fourth of July. Wonderful weather, lots of picnics and family gatherings, a carnival in Longmont, fireworks in most towns (except Louisville). We sat on the hill at the Lookout

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The Struggle Continues

The issue of retail marijuana sales (as opposed to medical marijuana) within the Town of Lyons was on the agenda at Monday night’s Board of Trustee (BOT) meeting. First as a pre-meeting workshop (from 5:30 to a little after 7 p.m.), and then as a continuation of the first reading of an ordinance from three weeks ago (June 16).

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Back To Work After The Flood

This spring and summer, work on the Clarifier Project, a community art project, started a little later than usual, but start they did. In early June, Town Administrator Victoria Simonsen took time out her busy schedule to visit

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