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Downpour removes part of neighbor’s driveway

Wah Keeney landowner cited for grading without permit

By Vicky Gits

An unusually wet spring and continued random, intermittent earthmoving activities on Wah Keeney Mountain are making a nightmare out of what should be an idyllic spring for residents on Columbine Way.

Springtime projects culminated with the Jeffco County Planning and Zoning Department issuing a zoning violation notice on May 12 against Xcel Energy Co. and landowner Richard Morgan of Wheat Ridge for improper grading activity at 29592 Spruce Road.


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BREAKING NEWS: Fire engine rolls off road on Floyd Hill

By Vicky Gits

A 1997 Evergreen Fire/Rescue fire engine rolled off a steep road on Floyd Hill on Tuesday, completed one whole revolution, and pancaked an empty, vintage 1969 Pontiac Firebird parked 25 feet below.


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Bluegrass concert to help school in Tanzania

By The Staff

A bluegrass concert and barbecue to help finance the Light Up Losinoni project in Tanzania will be offered June 18 at Center/Stage, 27608 Fireweed Drive in Evergreen.

 

The concert will feature local bluegrass musicians the O’Brien Family and John Erlandson. A 5:30 p.m. reception, barbecue and jewelry sale will precede a 6:30 p.m. curtain time. The Rib Cage will provide the barbecue.


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Slash-collection schedule

By The Staff

All weekend dates are from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

• June 6-7 — Highway 72 and Camp Eden Road

• June 13-14 —eeConifer High School and Inter-Canyon Fire Station 3 on Settler's Drive

• June 27-28 — Evergreen High School

• July 18-19 —eeConifer High School and North Fork Fire Department Station 1, 19384 Highway 126 in Buffalo Creek

• Aug. 15-16 — Inter-Canyon Fire Station 3 on Settler's Drive,eeand Foothills Fire Department, U.S. 40 and Lookout Mountain Road.


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NEXT WEEK: Rec district plans bare-bones building at Buchanan

By Vicky Gits

The park district board has decided to go forward with a proposed $150,000, bare-bones building in Buchanan Park that is more storage-oriented than office-oriented, at least for now, on the grounds that the district's needs may change in the future.

The initial concept for the building included three enclosed offices for park operations personnel, until board member Roger Hoaglund raised questions about the proposed office space, which he felt was unnecessary and could be located somewhere else.


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Sushi Evergreen delays opening

By The Staff

Sushi Evergreen, which is planning to open a full-scale Japanese restaurant in the former Stroh’s restaurant on the east end of downtown, has hit a temporary snag.

The restaurant was hoping to open Friday but has delayed the opening indefinitely. Stay tuned to the Courier for updates.


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Former Evergreen resident is back, seeking safe place to live

Chemical allergies force woman to live like homeless person

By Vicky Gits

After being forced out of her bug-sprayed house in Santa Fe, a woman has found her way back to Evergreen in a desperate quest to find a safe place to live.

The woman, Julie Tambourine, is suing an exterminating company for spraying her house in New Mexico with pesticide in 2006 by mistake, after she had already lost her job as a flight attendant due to chemical exposure on international flights.


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Lab mix attacks woman on Hiwan Drive

By Vicky Gits

A tan and white Labrador mix bit a Hiwan Hills woman five times on the backs of her legs and charged a couple of deputies before authorities could capture the dog and remove him from the scene.

The woman was walking on the street by a home at 2957 Hiwan Drive about 2:30 p.m. Monday, May 18, when the dog attacked her, according to a Jefferson County deputy’s report.

The injured woman told the Canyon Courier on May 26 she was recovering from her wounds and she expected to obtain some restitution for her medical bills.


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Hot cards, cold cases: 21 unsolved Jeffco crimes featured on playing cards used by state inmates

By AJ Vicens

Valentine’s Day 2000 will forever be burned into the memories of two South Jeffco families.

On that day, 15-year-old Nicholas Kunselman and 16-year-old Stephanie Hart were found murdered at a Subway sandwich shop on West Coal Mine Avenue near Columbine High School. More than nine years later, the case remains unsolved.


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Citizen budgeters finalize recommendations

By AJ Vicens

Jeffco's Citizen Budget Review Panel is recommending that the county finance several major construction projects over the next 20 years and establish a fund to handle annual maintenance and replacement costs — all without raising taxes.


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