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Today's News

  • ‘Sun, Moon, Earth and Sea’ performance to highlight Chorale’s spring season

    The Evergreen Chorale launches into spring with its presentation of “Sun, Moon, Earth and Sea” for two performances only this Friday and again on Sunday.
    Through heartfelt expression and song, the concert is poised to sweep you away, deep into the realm of majestic nature. Sight combined with sound accentuates the many sensations normally found outdoors. Clouds, snowflakes, trees, butterflies and mountains, to name a few, will be offered for your imagination and enjoyment.

  • SUV crashes into Pine post office
  • Police trying to identify body found off of Highway 103

    Police are still trying to identify the body of a woman discovered near Highway 103 on April 8.

    Police haven’t released the cause of death but in a statement said, “The female may have been the victim of a homicide.” 

    A motorist first discovered the woman, thought to be between 15 and 25 years old, and alerted authorities. The Clear Creek Sheriff’s Office and Colorado Bureau of Investigation are investigating the incident and have not been able to identify the woman using local and national databases. 

  • Missing Evergreen teen found safe in Lakewood

    Haley Kathrine Doane, the 13-year old Evergreen runaway reported missing Tuesday, has been found safe.
        According to Steve Davis, spokesman for the Lakewood police department, the teen was found at a home in the 900 block of Kendall Street in Lakewood around 7:50 p.m. Wednesday night. Davis said Doane originally went to the home to meet a friend and her friend's mother called authorities; the runaway was detained at the Jeffco Assessment Center before being released to her mother.

  • Evergreen falls in shootout

    LAKEWOOD — Sophomore Lily Mott notched four goals during Evergreen’s match against Ralston Valley, but her effort wouldn’t be enough as the Cougars fell 19-8 on April 18.

    The Mustangs jumped ahead early, outscoring Evergreen 13-5 in the first half. Along with Mott, senior Tess Albert had an outstanding performance tallying three goals on five shots. 

  • Conifer extends winning streak to three

    ENGLEWOOD — With just one game left in its regular season, the Conifer Lobos’ baseball team extended its winning streak to three games after defeating Englewood 12-0 on Saturday.

    The Lobos scored early and often, tallying eight runs in the opening inning. Seniors John Betsch and Matt Aceto provided the power at the plate for Conifer. The duo combined to go 4-for-6 with four RBIs.

  • Love leads Evergreen to a 6-1 victory over George Washington

    Sophomore Zoe Love has seen her fair share of struggles in her two seasons with Evergreen tennis. This season, Love has a record of 3-5 as the No.1 singles player for the Cougars. On Monday afternoon, Love picked up some confidence as she topped Alma Younger of George Washington in three sets as Evergreen defeated the Patriots 6-1.

  • Conifer, Clear Creek show respect in rivalry game

    EVERGREEN — The score may have been largely in favor of Conifer, but the respect was equal among the Lobos and Clear Creek after Conifer defeated the Diggers 17-1.

     With just miles separating the two schools, many of the athletes for both squads grew up playing lacrosse together. A sport that is naturally violent showed a soft spot as the two teams lifted one another up throughout the game.

  • Icy conditions on I-70 cause two semi-truck accidents

    Two rollover accident happened within minutes of each other on Interstate 70 during the early hours of Wednesday morning.
    Westbound I-70 is now open near Beaver Brook after one semi-trailer truck jackknifed and had a rollover.
    According to Colorado State Patrol Trooper Josh Lewis, the driver wasn't seriously injured but was transported to the hospital.
    The accident occurred at 3:39 a.m., and crews are working to clean up spilled fuel. Lewis said the fuel came from the truck's tank, adding no waterways were in danger of contamination.

  • Gardening in the foothills is challenging, rewarding

    Christie Greene: Inside the Outdoors