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  • Platte Canyon High School senior reported missing

    OTHER STORIES:
    BOLO isssued for suspect in Maggie Long case:
     http://www.canyoncourier.com/content/bolo-issued-suspect-maggie-long-case

    Remains of missing PCHS student identified: http://www.canyoncourier.com/
    content/remains-missing-platte-canyon-student-identified

    The Park County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Saturday morning it is searching for Maggie Long, a Platte Canyon High School senior who was reported missing Friday evening.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    Haul of ill-fame

  • Reward offered for information about local hit-and-run

    The Littleton man who was seriously injured after being hit by a car while riding his bike on Nov. 26 on Evergreen's Little Cub Creek Road still hopes the driver will turn himself or herself in to the Colorado State Patrol.

    And that is why a bicycling legal advocate continues to offer a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the driver.

  • North Lake Trail at Evergreen Lake reopens

    The Evergreen Lake North Trail has been reopened for public use.

    The north trail has been closed since April 2016 between Upper Bear Creek Road and the Evergreen Dam because of drainage and stability issues along the trail and Highway 74.

    The reopening on Thursday preceded the annual Evergreen Holiday Walk and allowed attendees to park at the Lake House and walk to the downtown area on the trail, rather than along the highway. This had been a repeated problem while the trail was closed.

    Final maintenance work

  • Morrison eyes 2018 budget one final time

    Morrison Town Board took a final look last week at its 2018 budget, a spending plan that continues to rely heavily on sales tax revenue and court fines.

    The town expects to begin 2018 with $4.45 million in its general fund balance and $1.38 million in its utility fund balance. With $2.34 million estimated in revenues and $2.96 million estimated in expenditures, Morrison plans to transfer $624,261 from its general fund reserves.

  • Farolito lighting, pinecone ceremony welcomes new holiday season

    With a fiery sunset blazing in the sky, dozens of farolitos flickered on, shining a light on the adobe walls of The Fort in Morrison and marking the beginning of another holiday season.

    Held annually on the Sunday after Thanksgiving, the farolito lighting and pinecone ceremony serves as a kickoff to holiday festivities. The lights will illuminate The Fort throughout the holiday season.

    “It’s an evening to celebrate and usher in the holiday season,” Brooke Traylor, director of the Tesoro Cultural Center, said.

  • Ex-human services worker Schultz pleads not guilty

    A former Jefferson County Human Services worker pleaded not guilty Monday morning to 22 counts of attempt to influence a public servant and forgery.

    Richelle Schultz, 53, has been accused of falsifying information in 12 child abuse and neglect complaints. She was indicted by a Jeffco grand jury in September and will return to court on Dec. 11 for a pre-trial conference.

  • Education briefs

    Outgoing Platte Canyon board member inducted into HOF
    Outgoing Platte Canyon school board member Susan Carpenter was inducted into the Platte Canyon High School Hall of Fame on Nov. 13 after nearly 40 years of service to the school district.

  • Proposed Jeffco arts magnet school gets pushback from school board

    A proposal for a dedicated arts school in Jefferson County received significant pushback from the Jeffco school board earlier this month after board members felt it not only lacked enough community input, but would also be an irresponsible use of current resources.

  • Ex-undersheriff enters ‘18 ParkCo sheriff race

    A year and a half after his resignation as Park County undersheriff, Monte Gore has entered the 2018 race for Park County sheriff.

    Formally announced at a press conference at the Park County courthouse last month, Gore’s decision to run stems from a desire to restore public trust in an office he says isn’t acting in the best interests of its staff or its community.