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Today's News

  • Man charged in fraud case appears in court

    The arraignment of a former Evergreen man accused of taking more than $1 million in a couple of related investment scams was continued Aug. 2 while attorneys work on a possible plea bargain.

    A Jefferson County grand jury indicted Israel Mursuli, 58, in May 2011 on 28 counts of securities fraud and two of felony theft from 2005 to 2009, according to court documents.

    Mursuli, who operated two businesses in Evergreen, is accused of coming up with an investment proposal and offering it to a number of personal acquaintances.

  • Age of structure eyed in deck collapse

    Age of the structure was the likely cause of a deck collapse that injured 12 people during a barbecue party Saturday at a home on Lookout Mountain, a county building official said.

    Two people were critically injured when the deck collapsed on the second story of the home at 227 Lamb Lane. About 12 of the 25 people reportedly on the deck at the time had to be transported to the hospital by various agencies.

  • Hiwan Hills resident named to park district board

    The park district board interviewed five candidates in two hours and unanimously picked Hiwan Hills resident Peter Lindquist to fill the position created by the departure of board member Pat Callahan, who resigned in July after 15 months.

    Five people submitted their names for consideration after Callahan announced he was resigning to move to Slovakia, where his wife, Julie, was being sent on a year-long foreign assignment for IBM.

  • Deck collapse injures 12 on Lookout Mountain

    A deck collapsed at a home on Lookout Mountain on Saturday afternoon, leaving 12 people injured, at least two of them seriously.

    The Jeffco Sheriff's Office said the second-floor deck fell about 4 p.m. at a home on Lamb Lane where a barbecue was being held.

    Reports indicated more than 20 people were on the deck when it collapsed without warning.

    The injured were taken to area hospitals.

  • Evergreen football tops Moffat County in opener

    Cougars quarterback Noah Ansley threw two touchdown passes as Evergreen opened its 2011 season like it did its 2010, with a victory over Moffat County on Friday night at Evergreen High School.
    Keenan Prouty added a 28-yard field goal in the fourth quarter of the 17-7 victory.
    Moffat County opened the scoring with a 68-yard TD run by quarterback Bubba Ivers.
    For more on this game, check out next week's Canyon Courier.

  • Deer Creek Challenge is a grueling ride for competitors

    The Deer Creek Challenge doesn’t cut cyclists any slack. In the midst of the second annual “Toughest Century in United States,” participants climbed 12,751-feet in elevation. Even the final stretch to the finish line is uphill.

    “To put on something that is the most on anything, is unusual,” Pat Downing, the ride founder and director, said. “To be able to do this in our own backyard, and have it be the hardest in the country, is great.”

  • 3 arrested in slaying of man whose body was found on Lookout Mountain

    The Jeffco Sheriff’s Office has arrested three people in connection with the slaying of a man whose body was found last week on Lookout Mountain, and authorities are looking for a fourth suspect.

    Sheriff’s investigators on Tuesday arrested Tina Moya, 39, Raul Nunez-Soto, 46, and a female juvenile, 17, in the fatal stabbing of Denver resident Richard Limon, 69.

  • ENGAGEMENT: Ray – Gilmer

    Justin Ray, son of David and Mary Jane Ray of Evergreen, is engaged to Robin Gilmer, daughter of Claud and Tracy Gilmer of San Antonio, Texas.

  • Exhibit at Evergreen Fine Art benefits school art programs

    The owners of Evergreen Fine Art, Barb Hadley and Phil Shanley, along with the rest of the gallery staff, have become known for their keen eyes for beautiful art and their charitable giving to their community. The latest show at the gallery, Weekend in the West, combines the best of these traits, promising to be a weekend of highly sought-after art and charitable support for our mountain schools’ arts programs.

  • Stoneheart exhibit a good sign

    Have you ever fallen prey to (or perhaps used) the age-old pick-up line, “What’s your sign?” The signs of the zodiac have been used to predict the future of people’s lives for years. In the case of Evergreen citizens and visitors, these astrological symbols can predict the future of your Friday night — a trip to the hottest art auction in town at Stoneheart Gallery on Main Street in Evergreen. You’ll leave feeling happier than a hippie that you finally paid attention when someone asked, “What’s your sign?”