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Today's News

  • Szabo opts to drive new county-owned vehicle

    County Commissioner Libby Szabo is driving a new county vehicle purchased specifically for her. 

    County policy allows elected officials to use a county-provided vehicle or to receive reimbursement for mileage on a personal vehicle. Szabo chose a new Ford Taurus, at a cost of $40,000. Commissioners Casey Tighe and Don Rosier use their personal vehicles and are reimbursed for mileage. 

  • SHERIFF'S CALLS

    R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

  • EHS inviting community members to Diversity Day

    Evergreen High School’s Diversity Day is April 24, and this year organizers want the community to get involved.

    Diversity Day promotes awareness among students about different people and cultures. Even though it sounds a bit corny, organizers hope that education will bring understanding and ultimately create a world that isn’t built on judgment and hate.

    This year’s Diversity Day coincides with the national Day Without Hate, an effort to stop bullying in schools.

  • Fire destroys home in Evergreen subdivision

    Fire destroyed a house in the Blue Valley subdivision in Evergreen on Tuesday afternoon, after the home's residents were forced to evacuate.

    No injuries occurred in the blaze at 101 Bluebell Lane, which was reported about 2:15 p.m. The house was engulfed in flames when firefighters from the Clear Creek Fire Authority and Evergreen Fire/Rescue arrived, the Clear Creek Sheriff's Office reported.

  • Submitting obituaries to the Canyon Courier

    The Courier offers paid obituaries along with a continuing option to place a free death notice in the paper.

    A free obituary can include:

    • Deceased’s full name, age, city/state of residence, one former residence, date and place of death.

    • Names of parents (deceased or living).

    • Names of survivors in immediate family. If no immediate family survive, predeceased members of the immediate family may be listed.

  • How to get your free listing in the Canyon Courier

    The Canyon Courier publishes free listings under the categories of Happenings, seniors briefs, education briefs, Neighbors/Good for You and Outdoors/Recreation. Submissions should be 125 words or less and will appear on a space-available basis. However, all listings will be carried at www.canyoncourier.com, as well as the additional categories of Meetings and Support/Assistance.

  • Lost hikers at Elk Meadow escorted back to trailhead

    Sheriff's deputies helped four lost and chilly hikers make their way back to a trailhead at Elk Meadow Open Space on Sunday night.

    The hikers got turned around, felt they weren't ready for the snow and cold as it started to get dark, and called for help, said Jeffco sheriff's spokeswoman Jacki Kelley. As night fell, deputies found the hikers and "walked them out" to a trailhead, Kelley said.

    "They didn't feel like they were dressed for the conditions," Kelley said.

  • School board member apologizes for Facebook post

    A school board member who publicly shared a link on Facebook calling for parents to protest Friday’s LGBT Day of Silence said she didn’t read the post before sharing it and feels “sickened” over its message.

  • Pasque flowers, hummingbirds indicate spring has arrived

    Spring in here! No matter how much more snow may still fall, spring is here. My friend and neighbor, Karel Buckley, called me on Monday evening, April 6, too late to make last week’s column, to tell me she had seen her first pasque flower in bloom on Sunday, April 5, and had heard her first hummingbird on the next day, Monday, April 6. These are the two species that people ask about and look for to establish the arrival of spring.

  • Some testing needed for accountability