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Today's News

  • 2013-14 all-conference wrestling, girls basketball

    The following are the 4A Jeffco League all-conference selections for 2013-14 in wrestling and girls basketball:

    WRESTLING
    FIRST TEAM
    106 pounds: Dominic Baca, Alameda; 113: Lane Hanson, Evergreen; 120: Matt Luna, Arvada; 126: Romelo Salas, Golden; 132: Bronson Spies, Conifer; 138: Chase Daniels, Golden; 145: AJ Eleniewski, Conifer; 152: Devon Butler, Wheat Ridge; 160: Gavin Baker, Golden; 170: Brandon Saunders, Wheat Ridge; 182: Alfonso Nunez, Arvada; 195: Ian Cheatum, Golden; 220: Noah Lennox, Golden; 285: Bailey Bowker, Golden
    SECOND TEAM

  • Sports briefs

    BASEBALL
    Late scoring flurry helps EHS to a 7-2 win  over John F. Kennedy
    DENVER
    — Evergreen scored two runs each in the fifth and sixth innings to pull away from host John F. Kennedy for a 7-2 victory in the season opener March 15.
    The game was originally scheduled to be played at Evergreen High School.

    GIRLS TENNIS
    Evergreen sweeps singles action in topping Golden

  • Tenney cards 79 as EHS opens season

    As far as season openers go, the Elizabeth Invitational was a win-win for Evergreen’s girls golf program. For one, it’s been a long time coming that the Lady Cougars actually got to set foot on the Spring Valley Golf Course and play and, two, Madison Tenney is already playing at midseason form.

  • Evergreen struggles to find the net in defeat

    LAKEWOOD — Peter Jeans decided earlier in the week that his Evergreen Lady Cougars needed to work on finishing shot opportunities in the final third of the field, because getting finishes against a good team is really hard to do. They found that out against Green Mountain.

  • Gerou won’t seek re-election

    State Rep. Cheri Gerou, a prominent Evergreen Republican who is in her sixth year at the statehouse, will not run for re-election in November.

    Gerou, the first female member of the House to chair the powerful Joint Budget Committee, has represented District 25 in western Jeffco since first being elected in 2008. She is planning to return to her architecture career.

  • High school artists honored at CAE exhibit

    The Center for the Arts Evergreen was pleased to unveil the work of high school artists from throughout our mountain community at the opening reception of the annual High School Art Show on Sunday, March 9. The new show features outstanding artworks from four area high schools — Evergreen, Conifer, Clear Creek and Platte Canyon. 

  • Access to information nurtures democracy

    By Jeffrey A. Roberts
    “Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants.”
    Louis Brandeis wrote these words a century ago, before his appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court, to note the power of publicity as a cure for “social and industrial diseases” like the inequities fostered by the corporate monopolies of his time.

  • Farewell to politics: The ‘fields’ beckon

    By Cheri Gerou
    In 1783, officers of the Continental and French armies founded our nation’s oldest patriotic organization: Society of the Cincinnati. Central to its purpose was the philosophy of a Roman, Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus (519-430 B.C.), who left his farm to accept a term as Roman consul and served as magister populi (with temporary powers akin to a modern-era dictator).

  • Spring’s warmer weather brings scent of skunks

    Spring is certainly a confusing season in this area. March and April are supposedly spring months, but here in the foothills, it is a time of indecision.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    A call to action