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Today's News

  • EHS athletic director, football coach placed on administrative leave

    Ryan Alsup, the athletic director at Evergreen High School, and Rob Molholm, longtime head football coach at Evergreen High School, have been placed on administrative leave in connection with a recent disciplinary issue that may’ve been handled improperly. Alsup was placed on leave last Thursday, while Molholm was suspended indefinitely from his coaching duties Monday afternoon.

    According to a letter from Evergreen High principal Brandon Brekke, Molholm’s suspension doesn’t affect his duties as a social studies teacher at the school.

  • Allegations in Hudson case destroyed victim’s family, relationship

    Family ties dominated the third day of trial proceedings in the case against Mark E. Hudson, the Evergreen man and former Clear Creek music teacher accused of sexually assaulting the teenage daughter of family friends over Thanksgiving in 2015.

  • Trial begins in case of Evergreen man accused of sex assault

        Trial proceedings began Tuesday morning in the case against Mark Edward Hudson, the Evergreen resident and former Clear Creek music teacher accused of sexually assaulting the teenage daughter of family friends while they stayed overnight at his home during the Thanksgiving holiday in 2015.
        Hudson, 59, is charged with one count of sexual assault on a child by a person in a position of trust, a Class 4 felony. He pleaded not guilty to the charges in January.

  • Evergreen High grad follows in his dad’s footsteps through the Journey of Hope

    A college student from Evergreen spent the summer learning the meaning of selflessness by participating in the Journey of Hope.

    Layton Rogers, a sophomore at Texas Christian University, road a bike across the United States with fraternity brothers from around the country, raising money for people with disabilities and bringing awareness to their situations through The Ability Experience, a philanthropy of fraternity Pi Kappa Phi.

  • Jeffco school board candidate forums to be held

    Ahead of the November elections, Jeffco residents will have several opportunities to meet and hear from the five individuals running for three Jeffco school board seats at candidate forums across the county. During the forums, candidates will discuss their positions on issues currently affecting the school district and K-12 education, as well as take questions from members of the public. The forums are as follows:

  • Education briefs

    Jeffco receives $2 million in funding for reading initiatives

  • Election 2017: 5 questions with PCSB candidate Katie Spodyak
  • Election 2017: 5 questions with PCSB candidate Cyndie Sherriff
  • TallGrass collecting items for soldier boxes

    Even though it’s just mid-October, TallGrass Aveda Day Spa is already thinking about the military who will be away from home during the holidays.

    TallGrass is once again collecting items that can be put into soldier boxes for men and women. Owner Gail Sharp is hoping the community will help in four ways:

    • Donate travel-size personal care items and drop them off by Nov. 9 at the spa at 997 Upper Bear Creek Road or at The Wild Game, 1204 Bergen Parkway in Evergreen, and the Evergreen Chamber of Commerce office in the Stone House in Bergen Park.

  • Driver in I-70 accident found to be under the influence

    The driver of a truck that veered across the median on Interstate 70 and crashed into four other vehicles was under the influence of alcohol, ephedrine and marijuana, an autopsy report confirms.
    Around 11 a.m. on July 30, Jeffery Stumpf, 54, of Evergreen was driving on I-70 near the Morrison exit when his Chevrolet pickup truck veered off the left side of the westbound lanes, across the grassy median and into the eastbound lanes of traffic.