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Today's News

  • Students examine local, global issues during Youth Leadership Day

    Students at the Montessori School of Evergreen learned about economic disparities in countries throughout the world during Youth Leadership Day on Friday. Eighth-graders at the school also looked at challenges in their Evergreen community and explored ways to address them.

    Those in the group led by student Noelle VanHorne said they like the sense of community in Evergreen but don’t think there are enough recreational opportunities here. Students also said stray trash from the EDS transfer station in Marshdale is a problem, and suggested a cleanup activity.

  • Park district candidates to appear at forum on April 23

     The Canyon Courier and Evergreen Area Chamber of Commerce are hosting a forum April 23 featuring candidates running for the board of the Evergreen Park and Recreation District.

    Five candidates are vying for three open seats on the board in the May 6 election. 

    Peter Lindquist is the only incumbent among the candidates. Evergreen residents John Ellis, Peg Linn, Tim Kimber and Monty Estis are joining Lindquist in the race.

  • Kittredge residents express concerns about noise, trash pick-up to EPRD staff

    Evergreen Park and Recreation District staff asked for — and received — lively comments from Kittredge residents at a community forum April 9. From trash pick-up to crowd and noise abatement, residents raised issues related to parks in their area during the meeting at the Kittredge Civic Center.

  • Search called off for missing hikers at Mount Evans

    The search has been called off for a Minnesota father and son who were reported missing Sunday after they did not return from a hike in the Mount Evans area.

    After four days of intensive searching, there's no evidence of Damian McManus, 52, and Evan McManus, 19, in the Mount Evans area, said Bill Barwick, a spokesman for the Alpine Rescue Team. The search was called off late Wednesday afternoon, Barwick said. At its peak, the search included about 70 rescuers from several mountain agencies.

  • Linn brings experience with Forest Service, EPA to park board candidacy

    During the years she spent with the Environmental Protection Agency, Evergreen resident Peg Linn worked with people living near Superfund sites to resolve issues around them.

     

    "Having worked with the community to reach agreements, I feel like it will help make me a good park board candidate," Linn said. 

  • Three malnourished horses seized at property in Morrison

    Jeffco sheriff’s deputies seized three malnourished horses Saturday at a property in Morrison.

    A veterinarian found the horses to be in poor condition and to have significant health issues, the Sheriff’s Office reported. The horses were taken to a horse rescue facility.

    The identity of the horses' owner has yet to be released. The property where the horses were seized is in the 17000 block of Forest Avenue.

  • Rosenberg cites dedication, experience in re-election bid for Indian Hills fire board

    “My heart really is in the fire department,” said Marc Rosenberg, a board member of the Indian Hills Fire Protection District who is seeking re-election in May.

    Rosenberg is a certified firefighter and first responder who has served as a volunteer with Indian Hills Fire Rescue for the past 11 years, seven of which he has been a board member. He also is assistant fire chief for the department.

  • Firefighters rescue two deer from icy waters of Evergreen Lake

    Evergreen firefighters donned wetsuits Tuesday to rescue two deer that had wandered onto the rapidly thinning ice of Evergreen Lake.

    The deer and the firefighters were all fine afterward.

    A person walking around Evergreen Lake made a 911 call about 1 p.m. after seeing the deer floundering on the ice, said Evergreen Fire Chief Mike Weege.

  • Ex-fire chief pleads guilty to 3 counts in embezzlement

    Former Inter-Canyon fire chief David MacBean pleaded guilty Monday to three charges in the theft of more than $647,000 from the fire district.

    MacBean, who was indicted last October, seven months after he was asked to step down as chief, entered guilty pleas in district court to two counts of theft and one count of embezzlement of public property. MacBean's sentencing is scheduled for June 24; he faces up to 27 years in prison.

  • District seeks to revive talks with teachers

    In an effort to restart contract talks, the Jeffco school board has asked the teachers union what it would take for union negotiators to return to the bargaining table.

    “I think it’s in the board’s best interest to keep JCEA at the (bargaining) table,” board member Lesley Dahlkemper said at Thursday night’s meeting.