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Today's News

  • Weathering life’s storms

    Shelby Foley and Brandon Bianco have learned many life lessons in the five weeks since their 10-month-old son, Kai, was bitten by the family dog.

    They learned firsthand that life can change in an instant.

    They witnessed the kindness of paramedics, sheriff’s deputies and medical professionals, plus the outpouring of support that is typical for Evergreen.

    And, above all, they learned to trust that their son will recover, and they will weather the medical bills and the uncertainty of Kai’s future.

  • Inter-Canyon candidate wants 'to see this through'

    Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of profiles of candidates running for the Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District board in May’s election.

    After serving on the Inter-Canyon Fire District board for nearly a year, Deer Creek Canyon resident Leslie Caimi wants to serve a full four-year term.

    “Serving on the board has been a great experience,” Caimi said. “I really want to see this board and this district continue to move in the right direction.”

  • Evergreen educator publishes book on defining personal boundaries

    Evergreen resident and educational consultant Lorna Idol has written a book on defining boundaries in relationships that is based on her personal experiences.

    “Do you ever feel like other people are imposing on you? That other people are effectively bossing you around? That you don’t know what to say or do to defend yourself, until after an incident is over?” Idol asks in the overview of her recently published work, “Discovering Boundaries.”

  • SHERIFF'S CALLS

    First-class felonious forwarding

  • EChO planning second job fair on May 1

    A November job fair was so successful that folks at Evergreen Christian Outreach have decided to hold another one May 1.

    The Mountain Area Job Fair is slated for 2 to 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 1, at Aspen Ridge Church, 27154 North Turkey Creek Road. It will be free to both employers and job seekers. It’s being co-hosted by EChO and the Mountain Resource Center in Conifer.

    Three job seekers were hired on the spot at the November  fair, where more than 110 job seekers met with representatives of 32 area employers.

  • Phone scammer posing as Xcel rep calling businesses

    At least four businesses were victims of a recent phone scam involving someone posing as a representative of Xcel Energy, the Jeffco Sheriff's Office reported.

    The scammer would call a businesses and say its Xcel bill was past due. The caller then said that unless a payment was made immediately with a reloadable cash card, the power would be turned off, said Jeffco sheriff's spokeswoman Jacki Kelley.

  • Ice Melt Barrel gets wet

    The Ice Melt Barrel hit water in Evergreen Lake on Friday, March 28, and members of sponsor Mountain Foothills Rotary watched Saturday as two Evergreen firefighters took to the ice to retrieve it.

    The firefighters donned wetsuits and found they could walk on the ice to the barrel. So they put it back on its stand and dragged it to shore to the applause of fellow firefighters and onlookers, some enjoying the beautiful weather as they walked around the lake.

  • Rec district to hold neighborhood forums

    The Evergreen Park and Recreation District will hold neighborhood forums in April to provide residents information about its programs and policies and to hear their interests and concerns.

    The meetings will be at four locations in the district: the Buchanan and Wulf rec centers, the Evergreen Lake House and the Kittredge Civic Center.

  • Submitting obituaries to the Canyon Courier

    The Courier offers paid obituaries along with a continuing option to place a free obituary in the paper.

    A free obituary can include:

    • Deceased’s full name, age, city/state of residence, one former residence, date and place of death.

    • Names of parents (deceased or living).

    • Names of survivors in immediate family. If no immediate family survive, predeceased members of the immediate family may be listed.

  • How to get your free listing in the Canyon Courier

     The Canyon Courier publishes free listings under the categories of Happenings, seniors briefs, education briefs, Neighbors/Good for You and Outdoors/Recreation. Submissions should be 125 words or less and will appear on a space-available basis. However, all listings will be carried at www.canyoncourier.com, as well as the additional categories of Meetings and Support/Assistance.