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Today's News

  • Group plants seeds of sustainability

    By Greg Dobbs

  • The tale of a 41-year-old ponderosa pine

    After an unusually hot spell during the first two weeks of June, the weather has returned to the June normal of hot sunny days and cold nights. However, I am glad to be able to keep my windows closed for it keeps out a bit of the pine pollen.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    Landlord-tenant relations get complicated

  • Children's plate art to raise funds for arts center

    Brightly hued images of the West on china plates are the centerpiece of a fund-raising effort that the Center for the Arts Evergreen is coordinating.

     

    For the third year, the china plates featuring art of area students are being auctioned during Weekend in the West, an annual art show and sale at Evergreen Fine Art. Funds raised from the plate sales will be donated to the arts center.

    “We turn right around and the give the money to local teachers,” said Steve Sumner, CAE executive director.

  • 'Shop local' focus group working to clarify goals

    “There’s a lot of confusion about what we’re doing,” said Ron Issacson, leader of an Evergreen focus group, during the June 12 meeting.

    Since the last meeting, Issacson said, he had been talking with organizations in Evergreen to clarify goals.

    “A lot of what I’m trying to do is to put people’s minds at ease … to get the ‘shop local’ campaign together,” he said.

    At the least, discussing the focus group’s efforts is stimulating conversation, Issacson remarked.

  • Children's plate art to raise funds for area art teachers

    Brightly hued images of the West on china plates are the centerpiece of a fund-raising effort that the Center for the Arts Evergreen is coordinating.

     

    For the third year, the china plates featuring art of area students are being auctioned during Weekend in the West, an annual art show and sale at Evergreen Fine Art. Funds raised from the plate sales will be donated to the arts center.

    “We turn right around and the give the money to local teachers,” said Steve Sumner, CAE executive director.

  • Ocean adventure swells in first novel by Evergreen native

    Scuba diving off the coast of California inspired Ryan Lockwood to write his first novel, a thriller set in the vast ocean.

     

    “I’d always wanted to write a novel. I really just dove into it,” said Lockwood, who grew up in Evergreen.

    Lockwood’s book, titled “Below,” is officially hitting the shelves at area bookstores this week. 

    “It’s based on a real-world current event,” said Lockwood.

  • Western-style circus parade marches through town

    “That is my favorite,” proclaimed 4-year-old Liam Satterfield as he watched Mountain Drain’s purple-hued float make its way into downtown Evergreen on Saturday.

    As unofficial Rodeo Parade master, Liam was providing a running commentary on the event with its circus theme.

    A bevy of floats with carnival decorations and clowns passed by the crowd, which was filled with enthralled youngsters like Liam — and Katie and Cameron Stewart, who came to the parade with their grandmother Patricia Stewart.

  • BUSINESS BEAT: Bike, ski store races into Bergen Park

    Bike and ski racers now have a place in Bergen Park to buy their equipment.

    A Culture of Speed closed its doors in Dumont and opened a shop just east of the Whippletree at 1342 County Road 65. The shop operates in the front of the building, while JR’s Landscaping operates in the back.

    Owner Harry Rhulen, who lives in Soda Creek, said the move to Bergen Park was a no-brainer.

  • RMAE’s Odyssey team attends world competition

    It took creativity, ingenuity and smarts for six Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen seventh-graders to make it to the Odyssey of the Mind world competition over Memorial Day Weekend.

    “It wasn’t luck; it’s skill,” team member Luke Johnson said of the group’s first year in the competition.

    In the category that the team competed in, it took first place at the Longs Peak Regional Tournament and first place in the state competition, earning a spot at the world competition at Michigan State University in East Lansing.