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  • Memorial Day ceremony planned Monday at Buchanan Park

    American Legion Post 2001 of Evergreen will hold its sixth annual Memorial Day ceremony at the Veterans Commemorative Walk in Buchanan Park at 1 p.m. Monday.

  • WWII veteran reminisces on military service

    At 73 years old, the fabric is worn and stained in some places. The cap was reclaimed after some pilot left it behind. The blouse was tailored and shortened at the bottom to be a more stylish Eisenhower jacket. The pants were reissued with a 36-inch waist, instead of 38. And the jump boots are gone altogether.

    George Faust, a 90-year-old World War II veteran, stood at attention in his living room, wearing what is more or less his original uniform from 1943. Both the uniform and the man wearing it are in relatively good condition.

  • Fuel spill occurs when truck overturns in Brook Forest

    Clear Creek County is investigating the events that led to one of its dump trucks rolling over on May 23 near Brook Forest Estates.

    The driver appeared to be uninjured but was taken to be medically evaluated after the accident. No other injuries were reported, and there was no damage to any other property. 

    Evergreen Fire/Rescue spokeswoman Stacee Martin said 20 to 50 gallons of fuel spilled when the truck overturned about 11 a.m. that morning.

  • For the county by the county: a re-imagined Jeffco Fair & Festival

    This summer Jeffco is hosting the first-ever county fair planned by residents, dubbed the Jefferson County Fair & Festival.

    The four-day event Aug. 11-14 also will be the first to use the entire Jeffco Fairgrounds. There will be seven “zones,” each with a unique focus of activities and entertainment. 

    "We’re taking the same concepts and traditions and putting different spins on them,” said Dexter Foxworth, the fair's events coordinator. 

  • DA reviewing signatures on Keyser’s petitions

    The economic crime unit of the Denver DA’s office is reviewing a complaint from ProgressNow Colorado, a political group that has alleged signatures were forged on the petitions of Jon Keyser in his bid to make the GOP primary ballot for U.S. Senate.

    After receiving a letter from Alan Franklin, political director of ProgressNow, the district attorney's office agreed to review the complaint, said Lynn Kimbrough, Denver DA’s spokesperson.

  • Primary election scheduled June 28

    Voting packets are scheduled to be in the mail beginning June 6 in advance of the federal, state and county primary election June 28.  The primary will be an all-mail election, and the ballots started printing on May 9. It will be a short, one-page document. 

    May 27 is the last day a voter affiliated with a party is able to change affiliation to vote in a different party's primary.

  • Students perform patriotic program for Elk Run residents

    Condensing the 240-year history of the United States into a 35-minute program, complete with a dozen songs, could be daunting for some performers. However, the second-grade classes at Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen was more than willing to share, and their audience was more than willing to listen.

  • Students perform patriotic program for Elk Run residents

    Condensing the 240-year history of the United States into a 35-minute program, complete with a dozen songs, could be daunting for some performers. However, the second-grade classes at Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen was more than willing to share, and their audience was more than willing to listen.

  • Students perform patriotic program for Elk Run residents

    Condensing the 240-year history of the United States into a 35-minute program, complete with a dozen songs, could be daunting for some performers. However, the second-grade classes at Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen was more than willing to share, and their audience was more than willing to listen.

  • Golf party makes fund-raising more fun for Evergreen Rotary

    The beauty of the Evergreen Rotary’s “100 Holes of Golf” annual fund-raiser is the beneficiaries not only get to do most of the work, they also have most of the fun.

    Evergreen Rotary provides the website and distributes the money to about 20 charities with a lot less effort. Anyone can make a contribution to one of the charities by going to the website 100holes.evergreenrotary.org. Donors don’t have to golf or buy anything.