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Today's News

  • Wild Game entertainment center to open this fall in Bergen Park

    The Wild Game Entertainment Experience is slated to open this fall in Bergen Park after three years of planning and effort.

    Walking around the massive building where workers are finishing an addition for a bowling alley, Evergreen developer Dave Wilson talks about his vision that is finally becoming a reality.

    “One of our goals is to improve a community asset, to have it be a fun place for people,” Wilson says. “We want people to have a good experience.”

  • Clean canine fun: Dog-washing event raises funds for EAPL

    Dogs and their owners in every shape and size participated in the fourth annual Wine, Washes & Wagging Tails event in downtown Evergreen on Sunday.

    From tiny Chihuahuas to a 150-pound chocolate Lab, from young children to older adults, the benefit for the Evergreen Animal Protective League had something for everyone.

  • Power out at 'Annie'

    “The sun will come out … tomorrow,” wafted out from the pitch-black stage over the “Annie” audience sitting in the darkened Center Stage theater in Evergreen on Saturday night.

  • Proposed budget for Jeffco Open Space includes improvements to Evergreen parks

    Improvements and repairs to Evergreen parks are among capital projects included in the proposed $31 million 2015 budget for Jefferson County Open Space.
    Don Klima, administration and education services manager for Jeffco Open Space, and other staff members presented the proposed budget to the advisory committee at the July 10 meeting. Nearly $6 million is slated for capital improvements. Those in the Evergreen area include:
    • $150,000 for restroom replacement and improvements to the west trailhead at Mount Falcon Park in Indian Hills,

  • Proposed budget for Jeffco Open Space includes improvements to Evergreen parks

    Improvements and repairs to Evergreen parks are among capital projects included in the proposed $31 million 2015 budget for Jefferson County Open Space.
    Don Klima, administration and education services manager for Jeffco Open Space, and other staff members presented the proposed budget to the advisory committee at the July 10 meeting. Nearly $6 million is slated for capital improvements. Those in the Evergreen area include:
    • $150,000 for restroom replacement and improvements to the west trailhead at Mount Falcon Park in Indian Hills,

  • A really cool hike around an alpine lake

    Heading up the mountain to Echo Lake Park, the temperature begins dropping and the scenery becomes magnificent. Sweeping views of snow-capped mountains come into view as you travel along Highway 103 from Bergen Park to your hiking destination around a natural alpine lake.

  • Woehr vying for House District 25 seat as Libertarian candidate

    Libertarian Jack Woehr is launching his campaign for the state House District 25 seat for the second time in recent years.
    “I am running because the political system has gotten kind of toxic,” Woehr said. "Gone are the days of the honorable opponent.”
    This year Woehr is challenging two political newcomers who are vying in House District 25, Democrat Janet Doyle and Republican Jon Keyser. Incumbent Republican Cheri Gerou decided to retire from office.

  • Neville challenging Nicholson in Senate District 16

    Colorado Sen. Jeanne Nicholson is facing competition from challenger Republican Tim Neville for the District 16 seat in the November election.
    Neville has strong ties with the Rocky Mountain Gun Owners Political Action Committee, which is endorsing him as a candidate. His son, Joe Neville, is a lobbyist for the RMGO PAC that opposed last year’s gun control legislation.
    Democrat Nicholson has backing from the Colorado AFL-CIO and stands on her record of support for affordable health care and victims of wildland fires in the state.

  • Neville challenging Nicholson in Senate District 16

    Colorado Sen. Jeanne Nicholson is facing competition from challenger Republican Tim Neville for the District 16 seat in the November election.
    Neville has strong ties with the Rocky Mountain Gun Owners Political Action Committee, which is endorsing him as a candidate. His son, Joe Neville, is a lobbyist for the RMGO PAC that opposed last year’s gun control legislation.
    Democrat Nicholson has backing from the Colorado AFL-CIO and stands on her record of support for affordable health care and victims of wildland fires in the state.

  • Vintage VW convertible is this year’s selection for park and rec foundation raffle

    She’s beautiful, a bit of trouble — and could be yours.
    A classy 1970 Volkswagen Karmann beetle named Layla is this year’s selection for the Evergreen Recreation and Park Foundation raffle.
    This convertible has a new rag top and a rebuilt engine with less than 30,000 miles of wear. And she’s been through two restorations recently.
    Because getting her ready to be raffled off has been a bit difficult, Layla is deserving of her name — just like the woman in the Eric Clapton song, foundation member Kit Darrow said.