Today's News

  • Judge refuses to toss evidence in shooting of bear cubs

    The attorney for the Evergreen resident accused of fatally shooting two bears cubs last September unsuccessfully tried to have evidence in the case suppressed at a hearing Thursday in Jeffco District Court.

  • Replacement of bridge at Lake Park is delayed

    The project to replace the bridge over Bear Creek at the entrance to Evergreen Lake Park has been delayed until next year.

    Ellen O’Connor, executive director of the Evergreen Park and Recreation District, confirmed that the city of Denver, which is in charge of the project, contacted EPRD and said work would be delayed until sometime in 2017. The project originally had been scheduled for this fall.

  • 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. 

  • Let’s not be guinea pigs with Amendment 69
  • 'Peril at Polls' takes center stages — actually, it's melodrama

    At the convention of Colorado’s “Do Nothing Party,” the villain A. Beast — pronounced “best”; the “a” is silent — enters to boos and hisses, and proclaims that he is “one of the convention plotters — I mean, planners.”

    These are only a few of the amusing moments that pervade the melodrama “Peril at the Polls.”

  • Turnovers prove to be costly for Evergreen on senior night

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier

    Evergreen football fans hoping the 2016 opener would be a barometer for their team’s passing offense have been sadly disappointed. Instead of progressing, or even maintaining, from an 18-of-30, 238-yard, three-touchdown effort, the Cougars have regressed.

  • Romero, Ley approve of altitude, times at league meet

    By Steve Smith
    For the Courier

    FORT LUPTON — Conifer’s Julia Romero and Jacob Ley particularly liked the results of the Colorado 7 League cross country race at Fort Lupton High School on Oct. 13.

    The Lobos took first in both the boys and girls divisions.

  • Evergreen packs it in, wins 4A Jeffco League title

    LITTLETON — Angie Harrington is, by her own admission, a superstitious person. So the Evergreen Lady Cougars girls cross country coach didn’t want to know the official final score until she saw it for herself. She wasn’t expecting what she saw.

    The Evergreen girls had won the 4A Jeffco League cross country title on Oct. 14 at Clement Park.

  • Young Lobos on the rise

    ARVADA — If anyone had told coach Carrie Oletski at the beginning of the season that her Conifer Lady Lobos would go 16-6, win a 4A/3A Colorado 7 and earn a regional tournament berth, would she have believed it?

    You bet.

    “I would’ve taken that in a heartbeat,” Oletski said. “I thought we would be good. I didn’t know how good we were until we played the first couple of games.”

  • Kuzava, Cuntz capture state title

    It had already been two days, but the reality of the situation hadn’t really sunk in for Blake Kuzava that he and Jack Cuntz had won a 4A state doubles championship until he got to school on Monday morning. 

    When classmates started coming up and offering their congratulations — just the fact that they knew what the senior duo had accomplished on Oct. 15 in Pueblo — that’s when it hit home.