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Today's News

  • West Jeff students honor, thank local veterans

    “Service before self.”

    That message was shared by several members of the military and the community with West Jefferson Middle School during a Veterans Day ceremony Friday morning.

    “We went when we were called, to be part of something bigger than ourselves,” Sgt. 1st Class Peter Benning told the students during an assembly in the gymnasium.

  • Salvation Army begins annual red-kettle campaign

    The Salvation Army in Evergreen and Conifer has started ringing the traditional holiday bells as part of the annual winter fund-raising campaign, marked by the bright red kettles.

    Evergreen volunteers started ringing bells at Safeway on Monday, and will start at King Soopers on Thursday, said Christa Babb, a volunteer coordinator for the Evergreen locations. Walmart and Walgreens will have bell-ringers starting Nov. 25, the Friday after Thanksgiving.

  • Team Evergreen gives $180,000 to nonprofits in 2016

    Team Evergreen Cycling, sponsor of the popular Triple Bypass, has donated $180,000 this year to about 40 national, state and local charities and bicycling advocacy groups.

    Executive director Jennifer Barbour said Team Evergreen has given $2 million to nonprofits over the past 17 years from funds raised at the Triple Bypass and other events. While some are national- or state-based nonprofits, many of the beneficiaries are based in Evergreen, Conifer and Clear Creek County, she said.

  • Voters reject bond issue, tax hike for schools

    Voters on Tuesday rejected Jeffco Public Schools' ballot initiatives 3A and 3B, which would have resulted in a $535 million bond issue and generated $33 million annually in increased property taxes. 

  • Variety of services available to victims of domestic violence

    Editor’s note: This is one installment in a multi-part series exploring the issue of domestic violence in recognition of National Domestic Violence Month, which was observed in October.

    For every domestic violence crime that’s reported, countless others aren’t — but they don’t go unnoticed. 

  • Woman lost sense of well-being; friend lost her life

    Editor’s note: This is the third installment of a multi-part series exploring the issue of domestic violence in the mountain communities in recognition of National Domestic Violence Month, which was observed in October.

    Darkness shrouds the door to Jenn’s home to such an extent that you don’t realize there’s a door there at all — until the porch light flickers on abruptly, betraying your presence to anyone and everyone nearby.
    Perhaps it’s just a default setting, but maybe it’s something more.

  • Section of Lake Trail to be closed this winter

    The Evergreen Park and Recreation District has missed the window for a short-term solution for the closed northern portion of the Lake Trail, and it likely will remain blocked through the winter.

  • Jeffco commissioners postpone vote on rezoning for retreat near Pine Junction … again

    For the second time in as many meetings, a rezoning request by the Archdiocese of Denver for a proposed retreat and conference center near Pine Junction took a back seat to public concerns about a perceived increased risk of wildfire.

  • For prosecutors, domestic violence cases pose unique challenges

    EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second installment of a multi-part series exploring the issue of domestic violence in the mountain communities in recognition of National Domestic Violence Month, which takes place annually in October.

  • Two EHS students arrested in connection with bullying, hazing

    Two Evergreen High School students were arrested on the afternoon of Oct. 19 in connection with bullying and hazing incidents at the school, the Jeffco Sheriff's Office reported.

    A 16-year-old student was arrested on charges of felony menacing, and a 15-year-old is facing a misdemeanor charge of harassment, according to sheriff's spokeswoman Jenny Fulton. Fulton said the two students were arrested by the school resource officer about 2 p.m. that day.