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Today's News

  • A lively festival for a chilly spring day

    “Hop, cross, turn,” dance teacher Joan Saliman said to a group learning an Israeli dance at Congregation B’nai Chaim in Morrison on Sunday morning.

    With music supplying a steady beat, the dancers moved across the room with fast-paced steps and turns.

    Israeli dance was just one of many activities that people enjoyed at the congregation’s first Israeli cultural festival.

  • What’s the beef?

    A fun project of Indian Hills resident Vince Rozmiarek is posting clever messages on the sign at the community center on Parmalee Gulch Road, some of which have caused quite a stir.

    A recent posting by Rozmiarek, “Turning vegan would be a big missed steak,” prompted two protesting vegans to rearrange the letters to read, “Turning vegan is awesome.”

  • Annual Taste of Evergreen a ‘giant happy hour’

    The Evergreen Area Chamber of Commerce will host the fourth annual Taste of Evergreen, its second biggest fund-raiser of the year, from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 13, at the Lake House.

    “It’s really fun. You have music and friends and lots of great food,” said Betsy Hays, chamber president.

    “It’s like a giant happy hour with lots of appetizers. You see everyone you know in town.”

    If you want to go, buy tickets advance because they sell out fast.

  • Fire board votes to join consolidation of dispatch operations

    Mountain area emergency dispatch operations are officially moving down the hill, despite community concerns about the change.

    In a unanimous vote following a lengthy public comment period Tuesday night, the Evergreen Fire Protection District board approved a motion to consolidate dispatch operations at a center in Lakewood that will be known as Jeffcom.

  • Medical provider seeks to dismiss portions of lawsuit in jail death

    By Gabrielle Porter

    Staff Writer

    The medical provider being sued by the family of a Jeffco jail prisoner who died in her cell after waiting hours in vain for medical attention has asked a federal judge to dismiss parts of the lawsuit, calling the complaint “scattershot.”

  • Resignations of three top EDC execs termed a ‘restructuring’

    An executive board member of the Jeffco Economic Development Corp. said last week’s simultaneous resignations of three high-level staffers were part of a restructuring.

    Rob Osborn, a past chair of the EDC’s board of directors, said the departures of president and CEO Kevin McCasky, executive vice president Doug Bene and investor relations manager Lilly Daniels mark the first step in a downsizing of the Golden-based organization.

  • White pelicans make an appearance at Evergreen Lake

    (Reprinted from June 23, 2010)

    There have been several reports of white pelicans this spring, most on the reservoirs east of Denver and even a small flock on Evergreen Lake for part of one morning.

    White pelicans are regular migrants through the area and nesting summer residents on the prairie reservoirs in eastern and northeastern Colorado. White pelicans can be seen in both spring and fall at Barr Lake and other reservoirs. They nest at Riverside Reservoir and on prairie lakes northward into the prairie provinces of Canada.

  • Holley impressive from tee to green

    EVERGREEN — Natalie Holley has a full slate scheduled this summer between her junior and senior year at Evergreen High School.

    Between working, spending time at Hiwan Golf Club perfecting her golf game and playing in some tournaments, the senior-to-be heads to Annapolis, Md., and Colorado Springs for a pair of camps for those interested in the U.S. Naval Academy and U.S. Air Force Academy.

  • Memorial Day ceremony planned Monday at Buchanan Park

    American Legion Post 2001 of Evergreen will hold its sixth annual Memorial Day ceremony at the Veterans Commemorative Walk in Buchanan Park at 1 p.m. Monday.

  • WWII veteran reminsces on military service

    At 73 years old, the fabric is worn and stained in some places. The cap was reclaimed after some pilot left it behind. The blouse was tailored and shortened at the bottom to be a more stylish Eisenhower jacket. The pants were reissued with a 36-inch waist, instead of 38. And the jump boots are gone altogether.

    George Faust, a 90-year-old World War II veteran, stood at attention in his living room, wearing what is more or less his original uniform from 1943. Both the uniform and the man wearing it are in relatively good condition.