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Today's News

  • CCHS’ Arneson awarded prestigious scholarship

    Clear Creek High School senior Gavin Arneson is the perfect example of someone who has made lemonade when life gave him lemons.

    His efforts to have good grades, to get involved in community service and to be a leader among his peers despite facing many obstacles in his life have earned him several scholarships to college. On April 27, he was awarded the prestigious National Honor Society Scholarship during a surprise assembly with his classmates, teachers and family there to watch.

  • Cougars to host boys golf meeting

    Boys entering Evergreen or Clear Creek high schools or who are home-schooled are invited to an informational meeting to learn about the Evergreen boys golf team.

    The meeting will be from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 24, at the Evergreen Middle School library. EHS head golf coach Mike Kuzava will be available to answer questions and provide information about the team.

    Kuzava will discuss tryout dates, locations and times, expectations for the team, summer tournament opportunities and logistics of the golf season.

  • Evergreen track earns a pair of top-10 finishes

    LAKEWOOD— After 37 events, the Evergreen girls and boys track teams were near the top of the standings in a competitive Jeffco Elite meet on Thursday at Jeffco Stadium

    The Cougars battled track powers Green Mountain and Valor Christian among others.

  • Holley takes first in 4A at Ashley Forey Tournament

    GOLDEN— Natalie Holley continues to prove she’s one of the best golfers in Class 4A. The senior from Evergreen added another first-place finish to her season on Wednesday at the Ashley Forey tournament.

    Golfers faced brutal conditions with low temperatures and a rain/snow mix that spread through the foothills in the morning hours. Despite the conditions, athletes made the most of the day for a successful outing. 

  • Lobos finish second at 3A regionals

    LITTLETON— For two hours, Conifer’s Hailey Janson and D’Evlyn’s Julia Molnar battled point-for-point with a regional championship on the line. As the dust settled, it was Janson who came out on top in two sets (6-4, 6-4).

    “I was hoping for this all season,” said Janson. “In the past I have been super close to winning regionals and ended up losing, but this year I just kept thinking it’s going to be my year I’m going to win.”

  • Loving, giving and dancing

    For someone her friends and family describe as “outgoing, dynamic and a party animal,” a dance was the perfect way to support Evergreen’s Debbie Brown.

    Cactus Jack’s hosted a “Dance with Debbie” fund-raising event Sunday afternoon as a way for Brown’s friends and family to listen to music, dance and spend time with her.

    Brown was diagnosed three months ago with Stage 4 liver, bone and spine cancer about three months ago, her family and friends said.

  • Rosier elaborates on LID process, district in South Jeffco

    After the Downtown Evergreen Economic District announced it would like to have the county declare Evergreen a local improvement district (LID), County Commissioner Donald Rosier said he believes such a classification would benefit Evergreen’s road improvement projects, such as adding drainage, parking and sidewalks.

    At a DEED meeting last month, President Dean Dalvit explained what the proposed Evergreen Local Improvement District would entail:

    • The boundaries would be the present Evergreen and West Jeffco metro districts.

  • Off to the races

    And they’re off!

    The veteran horse is leading the pack, but the newcomer is following close behind.

    The finish line is coming up quickly. Who will win?

    Three children raced to the end, their stick hobby horses in their hands.

    On the other side of the stable, women adorned in fancy hats take their pictures in the ‘winner’s circle,’ as music played in the nearby riding arena.

  • EChO remains a jewel in the community 30 years later

    The appropriate gift for a 30th anniversary is the pearl — and leaders at Evergreen Christian Outreach will tell you that the organization and the volunteers are pearls in the community.

    The nonprofit that provides a host of services from a food bank to a resale shop to a jobs center is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and it commemorated its history and volunteers at an appreciation breakfast recently.

  • Jeffco DA’s office investigating former Morrison police officer

    The Jefferson County District Attorney's office is investigating improprieties by a former Morrison police officer.
    Lt. Anthony Joiner resigned from his position with the Morrison Police Department in January after the town hired an outside firm to conduct an internal investigation.
    Town administrator Kara Winters confirmed in an e-mail sent to media outlets following an open records request that Joiner is a “former” employee, but specifics on the alleged improprieties have not yet been made available as the investigation is ongoing.