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Today's News

  • Local musicians performing in benefit for fire victims

    Local musicians will give a benefit performance at the Ice House Cafe in Evergreen to help raise funds for victims of the Lower North Fork Fire.

    The Pat Travis and Roger Falter Duo and Open Space will join Joe Bye with his blend of Americana, alternative folk, acoustic and roots rock at the Ice House on Sunday, May 20, from 5 to 8:30 p.m.

  • A timeless question: EHS boys come up with variety of clever ways to ask dates to prom

    The word “prom” usually conjures images of beautifully dressed girls and formally dressed boys going to the dance that is a rite of passage for high school juniors and seniors.

    For them, the road to prom started with asking that important question. Asking someone to prom has become a memorable moment for some EHS teens, who do everything from designing a scavenger hunt to getting the family dog involved.

    EHS senior Bryce Spindel used an Easter-egg theme to ask his girlfriend, Megan O’Donnell, to prom.

  • Children’s Theatre re-creates classic tale

    “Beauty and the Beast”is a “tale as old as time.” Based on a French fairy tale, the Disney version of this classic has been a choice for children’s theaters ever since the animated Disney movie became popular in 1991. Colorado Children’s Theatre, a mainstay of theatrical and music education in the mountain area, invites you to “be its guest” at the upcoming production of “Beauty and the Beast.”

  • Renowned Evergreen artist Baird will have exhibit at Mirada

    Critics are quick to make comparisons in the world of art. It’s often easier to define an artist’s body of work by what it resembles rather than by what it is. Many critics have compared artist Andrew Baird’s work to that of abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock. However, this comparison is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Baird’s signature style and densely layered paintings. One must see Baird’s work in person to grasp the depth of this Evergreen artist’s technique.

  • ‘101 Dalmations Kids’ hits the spot for young theater fans

    “101 Dalmatians” is a powerful story about family, animal cruelty and the triumph of kindness. It grabbed audiences in its first incarnation, the 1961 animated version, and it continued to warm hearts in the 1996 live-action version of the film. What could be more heartwarming than this classic story performed by the elementary school cast from StageDoor Theatre? On Thursday, May 10, the young actors from the Conifer-based theater open their production of “101 Dalmatians Kids,” a rollicking musical version of the canine tale.

  • Evergreen's Vogel men excel in body-building competition

    Father and son both have the same intense look in their eyes, the same drive toward excellence. Both Glenn and Cameron Vogel hold Teenage Mr. America titles.

    A few years have gone by between the Vogel men’s titles.
    Nineteen-year-old Cameron placed first in his category two weeks ago during the Mr. America competition of the International Natural Bodybuilding Association in Secaucus, N.J. His father, Glenn, now 54, achieved the same title in 1977 while competing in Boston.

  • Keep wildlife from getting up close and personal

    Keep wildlife from getting up close and personal

  • Keep wildlife from getting up close and personal

    The kitchen window at the Evergreen Christian Outreach office is barricaded to keep bears from getting into the outreach ministry’s food supply and trash. In residential areas not too far from town, mountain lions have been known to stalk pets in the late evening.
    In case they didn’t already know it, Evergreen residents should be aware that the area is a wildlife habitat, said Jennifer Churchill, spokeswoman for the Colorado Division of Wildlife.

  • Local musicians performing in benefit for fire victims

    Local musicians will give a benefit performance at the Ice House Cafe in Evergreen to help raise funds for victims of the Lower North Fork Fire.

  • Evergreen's Vogel men excel in body-building competition