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Today's News

  • Middle-schoolers take on reasons for bullying in original show

    Imagine putting nine middle-schoolers into a room and asking them what they want to write a theatrical play about. Who would think they would tackle bullying and the causes behind it?

    The students in StageDoor Theatre’s Play to Stage program will perform “Mindless” on Friday and Saturday. They wrote the play, developed the characters, created the costumes and are in control of the show because that’s what Page to Stage is all about.

  • EAPL thrives for 37 years

    It was April 1981 when a couple veterinarians and a handful of people made an effort to rescue lost and unwanted animals in the Evergreen area.
    Since then the Evergreen Animal Protective League has flourished, beginning with the placement of 300 animals a year and ending with more than 1,000 lives rescued this past year.
    The organization has been responsible for saving a plethora of species, including birds, rabbits, rats, pigs, sheep and, of course, cats and dogs.

  • Snow and bikes can be a good combination

    Are they adventure-seeking skiers in pursuit of more outdoor choices for their favorite season? Maybe they are impatient mountain bikers who yearn to be in the saddle, irked that biking season is months away.
    Perhaps these people simply revel in new experiences, welcome a change of pace or just will find any reason to be outside.

  • Winners and losers
  • Living life to the fullest in Colorado

    Saturday marked a milestone, of sort, for yours truly. The day — Feb. 3 — made it 10 years since I moved to Colorado. Pulling up to my in-laws’ house with my wife and youngest children awaiting me, my oldest son and the family dog as we hopped out of the U-Haul, completing our 1,700-mile, two-day trip just in time to watch — imagine this — the New England Patriots playing in a Super Bowl.

  • Cougar swimmers finish 2nd, Lobos take 9th

    By Levi Waddell

    ARVADA — In the 4A Jeffco league swim and dive championships at Meyers Pool on Saturday, plenty of state qualifiers from Evergreen and Conifer were in action throughout the day as they prepare for the state finals this weekend.

    Overall, the Cougars placed second as a team and the Lobos finished ninth, in last place. With her strong showing all season, the Cougars’ Lauren Vilims was in the running for swimmer of the year.

  • 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.