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Today's News

  • Cougars secure first Mountain Cup victory in years

    EVERGREEN — The decade-long drought for the Evergreen wrestling team is officially over.

    For the first time in that timespan, the Cougars brought home a decisive 60-23 victory over the visiting Conifer wrestlers on Jan. 30, securing the Mountain Cup.

  • At season’s end, PCHS swim looks ahead to youth

    Almost always on the short end of the numbers game, team results don’t mean much to the Platte Canyon girls swimming team.

    “I tell them swimming is an individual sport ultimately,’’ sixth-year coach Alicia Gumm said prior to last week’s Tri-Peaks League championships. “If you look at our results, we often have girls who place in the top five or 10. But in most meets, we only swim in five events.’’

  • Evergreen hoops completes season sweep of Jaguars

    By Michael Kelly

    DENVER — The D’Evelyn Jaguars were right there with the ninth-ranked Evergreen Cougars on Jan. 31 when, with 1:08 left in the first quarter, the Jaguars boys basketball team tied the game on two free throws by Charles Dinegar.

    But then Evergreen’s defense got tough, holding D’Evelyn to four points over the next 7:51, grabbing a nine-point lead and never relinquished it in a 68-56 win at D’Evelyn High School.

  • Roberts' preliminary hearing continued to March

    The preliminary hearing for David Charles Roberts, the Evergreen man suspected of attacking three people and then barricading himself inside his home on Dec. 27, has been continued until March 27 at 8:30 a.m.

    Roberts, 30, has been charged with 20 counts, including three counts of attempted murder and three counts of assault. Roberts' bond was set at $250,000, and he was still in custody as of Wednesday.

  • Relief coming for Colorado’s smallest businesses?

    Tim Leonard

  • Finding the meaningful middle ground

    The first time I remember believing that a political event provided an absolute truth was after Richard Nixon resigned the presidency in 1974. Through all that Watergate taught us, the overriding simple truth to me was that sometimes the story about the story is more important than the story itself, and that people finding themselves in a scandal would be best served if they acknowledge their failures rather than extending the scandal by dragging out its final determinations and ramifications.

  • Authorities continue to search for man suspected of stealing two cars

    Authorities continue to search for a man suspected of stealing two cars, including one from an Evergreen residence, on Jan. 24.
    The suspect was believed to be in the El Rancho area on Jan. 24 after he abandoned a car he allegedly stole in Gilpin County.
    Then, a gray truck was stolen from a residence in the 28000 block of Meadowlark Drive, the Jeffco Sheriff’s Office confirmed via Twitter. The 2017 Dodge Ram with the license plate COD 084 has black toolboxes in the bed.

  • Teen transported to hospital after rollover accident

    A teenage girl was transported to the hospital Thursday morning after her car rolled over in Idledale.

    According to Colorado State Trooper Gary Cutler, a 16-year-old girl was driving a Honda Accord on Shady Lane around 8:30 a.m. The car rolled and stopped on its passenger side.

    The teen was transported to Lutheran Medical Center, partially as a safety precaution because the crash involved a minor, and there was no parent or guardian at the scene, Cutler said.

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  • West Jeff students enjoy the annual Round-up Rodeo

    By Rebekah Nestingen
    For the Courier
    “Yee-haw!” shouted the young cowboys and cowgirls at West Jeff Elementary School on Friday as they galloped around the gymnasium and cafeteria with their homemade horses while wearing cowboy attire.
    Every year, West Jeff Elementary School holds the Round-Up Rodeo in honor of the National Western Stock Show in Denver, and this year, 90 kindergartners and fifth-graders participated.
    Kindergarten teacher Alicia Beabout has been coordinating the event since it first began 17 years ago.