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Today's News

  • Lobos wrestler Condit breaking barriers

    ENGLEWOOD — Cayden Condit walked off the mat and fell into the embrace of her older brother, Zander, as the two shared a hug.
    This wasn’t just a simple show of support between a brother and sister. It was a teammate, a fellow wrestler recognizing the work that has been put in since Cayden was 6 years old.
    “It’s just amazing to see her succeed. It’s well-deserved,” said Zander Condit, a Conifer High School sophomore, and 132-pounder.

  • Evergreen, Conifer excel at state swim meet

    THORNTON — Especially after overcoming illnesses, the Evergreen and Conifer girls’ swim and dive teams exceeded expectations last weekend at the 4A and 3A state meets at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center.

    At the 3A finals on Friday, Conifer placed 19th out of 26 teams with 34 points, and Evergreen placed 10th with 126 points after being seeded 18th prior to the meet.

    Conifer

  • Conifer’s Condit, Payne capture regional titles

    ENGLEWOOD — One was methodical, taking what was given to him; the other a furious scramble late to take back what was temporarily taken away from him. No matter, the end result was the same: regional wrestling championships for Conifer’s Zander Condit and Captain Payne on Saturday at Englewood High School.

  • Evergreen wrestling sending two boys to state

    By Craig Harper

    GOLDEN — Not long after advancing to the third-place match at 120 pounds in the 4A Region 4 wrestling tournament on Saturday at Golden High School, Rylie Sharp could breathe a sigh of relief. Win or lose, he had become Evergreen’s first state qualifier for 2018.

  • Evergreen High sends five to collegiate athletics

    EVERGREEN — Five Evergreen High School students signed on to play college sports on Feb. 7 as they have completed or are nearing completion of their high school athletic careers.

    Sidney Fairbanks, Mayville State

    After a successful four-year career for the Cougars on the mound and in the infield, Sidney Fairbanks will take her talents to Mayville State University in Mayville, N.D., as a pitcher.

  • All around, in every way

    Editor’s note: This story is part of a series celebrating exceptional student-athletes at area schools.

    Every so often, a student-athlete dominates in both sports and the classroom. At Platte Canyon High School, senior Alison Kulesza checks all the boxes for what it truly means to be a student-athlete. 

    Since her freshman year with the Husky athletics program, Kulesza has played basketball and volleyball, and competed in track, both as a runner and a thrower.

  • All around, in every way

    Editor’s note: This story is part of a series celebrating exceptional student-athletes at area schools.

    Every so often, a student-athlete dominates in both sports and the classroom. At Platte Canyon High School, senior Alison Kulesza checks all the boxes for what it truly means to be a student-athlete. 

    Since her freshman year with the Husky athletics program, Kulesza has played basketball and volleyball, and competed in track, both as a runner and a thrower.

  • 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.