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Today's News

  • Open Space to renovate trailhead at Windy Saddle

    Jeffco Open Space is planning to renovate the trailhead at Windy Saddle Park, including creating formal trail access to Mount Zion. The work is projected to begin in the fall of 2018 and will probably carry over into 2019, JCOS representatives stated.

    The trailhead, which is located at a turnout on Lookout Mountain Road, north of the Buffalo Bill Museum and Lookout Mountain Nature Center, is a popular spot for motorists, hikers, trail- and road-cyclists and other visitors, especially during the summer.

  • The Joy of food pantry: An area nonprofit provides donated food for those in need

    When it comes to food, Kathy Stanley believes in creating a win-win situation for everyone.

    Stanley is the founder and director of Joy’s Kitchen, a nonprofit that collects food supermarkets are ready to throw away and provides it to those who need it. It’s a simple, but relatively new concept that takes many volunteers to see it through — and one that has come to the Evergreen area since the end of October.

  • A journey recalled: Evergreen native Jim Stobie’s journey was a life on the rails

    Dawn was still fresh in the sky, and Jim Stobie was walking the tracks outside of Baltimore looking for a freight train heading north.

  • Six men indicted, accused of operating heroin trafficking ring

    Six men accused of operating a heroin trafficking ring throughout metro Denver have been indicted by the Jefferson County district grand jury.

  • Authorities identify woman in suspected theft

    The Jeffco Sheriff’s Office, thanks to tips it received after posting security camera photos on social media, has identified a woman suspected of stealing someone’s wallet from an Evergreen gas station.
    Joanne Rodriguez has been issued a summons for theft, Jeffco Sheriff’s spokeswoman Jenny Fulton said. Investigators believe she is a resident of the Evergreen area, Fulton added.

  • Two local post offices burglarized

    Local and federal investigators are looking into burglaries at two Evergreen-area post offices.
    According to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, the Indian Hills Post Office was burglarized sometime between Saturday afternoon and Monday morning The Idledale Post Office was burglarized after close of business on Monday.
    Investigators could be seen outside the Idledale office with the building and parking lot blocked off on Tuesday morning.

  • ParkCo inmates file class action lawsuit against PCSO, Department of Corrections

    More than two dozen inmates at the Park County jail in Fairplay have filed a class action lawsuit against the jail, the Park County Sheriff’s Office, the Colorado Department of Corrections, and two U.S. corrections industry contractors — Trinity Serve Group Inc. and Securus Technologies — alleging the denial of privileges they claim are afforded to them as Department of Corrections inmates.

  • Basement fire causes damage to Aspen Park home

    A fire Sunday evening significantly damaged a home on Briggs Avenue in Aspen Park.

    According to Elk Creek Fire Chief Bill McLaughlin, firefighters with Elk Creek Fire and Inter-Canyon Fire responded to a 7:35 p.m. call about a structure fire in the area and found the home engulfed. While the home wasn’t destroyed, the fire caused extensive damage after starting in the basement and spreading to the upper floors.

    No injuries were reported. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

  • Early morning fire destroys Pine home

        A fire early Sunday morning destroyed a home in the 12000 block of Danny Avenue in Pine despite efforts from five departments and agencies in the area.

  • Youth enjoy clay sculpting during winter break

    Similar to finding activities during winter break, the possibilities are endless when you’re working with an unshaped piece of clay.

    Several youngsters found that out Jan. 3 during the Evergreen Library’s clay sculpting activity as part of its winter break programming. About 20 children and their parents spent an hour sculpting blocks of clay into bowls, tiny animals and other unique creations, sometimes decking them out with beads or stones.