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Today's News

  • Lady Lobos pick up their first win

    ARVADA — There were plenty of reasons to be pessimistic. Showing up to the game late. Opening up in a 2-0 hole after a technical was called for wearing the wrong-colored jerseys. Falling behind 8-2 early on. 

    It was far from the kind of start the Conifer Lady Lobos would’ve preferred.

    But head coach Cara Walderman wasn’t too concerned with any of that. If anything, she was taking the blame for it.

  • Marshdale students stuff stockings for kids in need

    Sixty stockings for kids who use Evergreen’s Mountain Backpacks program were filled to overflowing on Friday — with the help of the elves at Marshdale Elementary School.

    Students filled stockings with necessities such as toothbrushes and bandages but also with toys such as Hot Wheels cars, watercolor paints and Play-Doh.

  • Chamber honors three businesses for service to the community

    The three businesses that won the Evergreen Area Chamber of Commerce’s most prestigious awards earned the recognition because of the way the community frequents their establishments and because of how they serve the community.

    The Evergreen office of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty won the People’s Choice Award; Lariat Lodge Brewing Co. won New Business of the Year; and Cactus Jack’s Saloon & Grill won Business of the Year. The awards were presented at the chamber’s Sparkle & Shine gala earlier this month.

  • Winter solstice heralds the coming of spring

    (Reprinted from Dec. 28, 2009)

    Looking out the window, I still see snow on the ground, and we will have snow for at least three more months. However, this past Monday, Dec. 20, was the changing point, and yesterday was the beginning of the change, the winter solstice, or the first day of winter.

    That’s the day my husband, Bill, used to call the best day of the year because it meant that from that day forward every day became a bit longer, and this meant spring was on its way. The best time of the year.

  • Family escapes house fire on Lone Spruce Road

    A family and their dog escaped a house fire near El Rancho late Sunday, but their home sustained significant damage.

    Evergreen Fire/Rescue received a call at 10:31 p.m. saying that a house was ablaze in the 30000 block of Lone Spruce Road, according to EFR spokeswoman Stacee Martin.

    Martin said smoke detectors alerted the family to the flames, and so they were able to escape. The cause of the blaze remains under investigation.

  • Carrigan family, Parkco deputy file lawsuit claiming negligence in Bailey shoot-out

    Attorneys for the family of Park County sheriff's Cpl. Nate Carrigan and Deputy Kolby Martin have sued the Parkco Sheriff's Office, alleging that the decisions which led to February’s fatal shoot-out with Bailey resident Martin Wirth were negligent.

  • Platte Canyon student dies suddenly

    Crow Hill Bible Church in Bailey held an informal memorial service Thursday for Platte Canyon High School student Harry VanGulick after he reportedly died suddenly Wednesday morning.

    According to Ben Witherall, youth director at Crow Hill Bible Church, the sophomore was an active member of the church's youth group, as well as the youth group at Platte Canyon Community Church.

  • Morrison town board approves 2017 spending outline

    Morrison’s town board approved the 2017 budget on Dec. 6, a $5.2 million spending plan that continues to rely heavily on traffic fines for revenue.

    The budget calls for general-fund spending of $4 million and for $1.2 million in the utility-fund portion of the budget. Both funds will require contributions from the town’s reserve fund in 2017.

    Numerous capital projects are slated for 2017, including $450,000 for:

    • A new dispatch station for the police department.

    • Two new police vehicles.

  • Jeffco participates in first-of-its-kind land deal in Clear Creek County

    Jeffco Open Space announced this week it has completed an unprecedented land deal on 108 acres in Clear Creek County that drew the participation of several land management agencies and land trust organizations.

  • Pickleball Club seeking more space for courts at Wulf Rec Center

    More than two dozen members of the Evergreen Pickleball Club were present at the Dec. 6 EPRD board meeting to ask for more indoor space for their sport.

    Al Buenning, who spoke for the club members, thanked the board members for the outdoor pickleball facilities at Marshdale, which he said were “a godsend this summer.” He said all the courts frequently were full at peak playing times.