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Today's News

  • Time for planting

    People love growing tomatoes and peppers, says Kittredge gardener Tina Kellogg. However, at high altitudes such as Evergreen where the growing season is short, it’s advisable to get a head start by starting seedlings indoors, she says.

    Even short-season varieties of tomatoes need to be seedlings before they are transplanted into a garden, Kellogg explains.

  • Weather scuttled Mountain Area Earth Day Fair

    Saturday’s Mountain Area Earth Day Fair was canceled because of weather conditions and the detour on Highway 74.

    Meanwhile, a portion of Highway 74 between Upper Bear Creek Road and Highway 73 remains closed because of unstable road conditions in that area.

  • Hemp being grown in Kittredge greenhouses

    A company is growing hemp plants in the greenhouses of the former Evergreen Nursery in Kittredge, and another company plans to soon.

  • Kempe, Dozier retain seats on IREA board

    Both foothills-area directors of the Intermountain Rural Electric Association retained their seats on the nonprofit power co-op’s board in this month’s election.

    Pine Junction resident Duke Dozier, whose district stretches from Kenosha Pass to Aspen Park and includes some parts of Castle Rock, outpolled his opponent by less than 350 votes. 

  • Recycling center continues operation in Bergen Park

    Evergreen resident Bill Sandifer is happy that the recycling center behind the Bergen Park King Soopers is still open. 

    “It’s important to the community,” he said.

    When Sandifer recently went to the facility with a load of recyclable items, he saw a closed sign at the entrance. Later, he called Waste Management about the recycling center, and a representative told him it had closed permanently.

  • Evergreen couple featured on segment of 'Log Cabin Living'

    An Evergreen couple and their log home were featured in a "House Hunters — Log Cabin Living" segment that aired Saturday on HGTV.

    Justin and Ashley moved to Evergreen from New Jersey in June, and decided they wanted to buy a cabin to live in, Ashley said. She asked that the couple’s last name and some work details not be made public to respect their privacy.

  • Jeffco making improvements to Elk Meadow off-leash dog park

    Jeffco Open Space this week is beginning a fence and gate project at the off-leash dog park at Elk Meadow Open Space.

    “The project will physically define the entrance into the off-leash area, provide a zone for the safety of pets, and reduce visitor confusion,” said Thea Rock, Jeffco Open Space spokesperson.

  • Three-car crash on Evergreen Parkway kills Golden man

    One person was killed and another seriously injured Saturday morning in a three-car accident on Evergreen Parkway at County Road 65.

    Dennis Locke, 73, of Golden died at the scene. Locke was driving a northbound 2013 Toyota Prius that collided with a 2012 Subaru Outback that was turning, the Colorado State Patrol reported. The Prius then traveled into the southbound lanes, where it collided head-on with a 2009 Subaru Outback.

  • 'Father Unknown' documentary profiles Evergreen resident

    A mysterious documentary about an Evergreen father and his son is gaining notoriety on the film-festival circuit.

    “Father Unknown” is a story about David Quint of Denver and his father, Urban Quint of Evergreen. It will kick off the LifeTree International Film Festival in Loveland this week after premiering at the Starz Denver Film Festival in November. The movie is slated to be shown at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Rialto Theater, 228 E. 4th St. in Loveland.

  • Guys and dolls at RMAE set to perform on the big stage

    The world of 1920s gangsters will come alive this weekend as middle-schoolers from Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen perform the iconic “Guys and Dolls.”

    The spring musical — this year in the shortened “Junior” version — has been a tradition at the school for more than a decade, though performing this show is a bit more daunting than some others, according to music teacher and co-director Gretchen Moritz.