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Today's News

  • Governor candidates collide in three-way debate

    Three candidates for governor faced off in the first televised, three-way debate leading up to the Nov. 2 election, and the question of the day turned out to be whether or not Republican Dan Maes of Evergreen would stay in the race after several important Republican supporters such as Hank Brown, John Andrews, among others, had called for his immediate exit.

    In the two weeks leading up to the debate, Maes had been the subject of front-page articles questioning his honesty and trustworthiness.

    As expected, Maes did not back down under the pressure.

  • Ex-Bronco Van Heusen focused on new business

    Billy Van Heusen will tell you that he liked Denver so much that he never left. The former Denver Broncos split end and punter has made the Mile High region his home, even now some 33 years after his playing days ended.

  • Evergreen boys, girls open year in 4th, 6th

    AURORA — Bryn Haebe, as honest as she could be, admitted that the cross country course at Arapahoe County Fairgrounds was a bit boring. There are no shades, no trees. It makes for a great course for the spectators looking on, but not so much for the runners participating.

  • Town hall meetings to address ballot issues

    The public is invited to a series of town hall meetings on upcoming ballot issues facing voters in the Nov. 2 general election.

    State Rep. Cheri Gerou, R-Evergreen, has scheduled meetings across House District 25 to discuss the state budget and answer questions on Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101. Times are 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., all dates.

    The meeting dates and locations are as follows:

    • Sept. 16, Parmalee Gulch Elementary

    • Sep. 22, Red Rocks Elementary

    • Sep. 28, West Jeff Middle School

  • Roundup: Cougars battle back to beat Palmer Ridge, Elizabeth

    CASTLE ROCK — Evergreen broke open a close game with a six-run fourth inning and the Lady Cougars battled back to win their last two games at the Don McCall Tournament, capping it with a 13-3 win over Palmer Ridge on Sept. 4.

  • Alderfer Ranch House at a crossroads

    As a symbol of Evergreen’s ranching past, the Alderfer Ranch House complex on Buffalo Road is a priceless landmark, but to the Evergreen Park and Recreation District, it has become an expensive responsibility.

    With the prospect of the 25-year lease with Jeffco Open Space expiring in November 2015 and a new 10-year rec district master plan in the works, the board decided at its regular meeting Sept. 24 to form a task force.

  • Cougars' comeback bid picked off

     

     

    LAKEWOOD — Noah Ansley, if nothing else, is a competitor. His fiery nature makes him a good fit to be the emotional leader of Evergreen’s football team, especially on offense.

  • Triple threat: Evergreen climber writes off three ‘highest’ lists with Mount Elbert ascent

    With a relatively easy hike up Mount Elbert on Aug. 21, an Evergreen man not only finished his quest to climb the 54 Colorado 14ers, he also reached the highest points in 50 states and the tops of all 64 counties in Colorado — or 168 destinations in eight years.

  • Rendezvous features mountain men, tall tales, fun

    A campfire crackles, and the smell of castoreum, used in beaver trapping, wafts through the air. In the distance you hear drums and see a man dressed in buckskin and a pelt hat. In the trapper’s tent, a few steps away, sleek beaver pelts hang above a table filled with powder horns, Native American beadwork and painted hides. Welcome to the world of Rendezvous.

  • Park district kicks off 10-year district-wide master plan process

    The Evergreen park district is asking for proposals to compile a district-wide, 10-year master plan in which the public is expected to be involved. The last master plan was completed in 2004. The new study should be completed in 2011.

    The board set aside $45,000 in the 2010 budget to pay for the study, which is expected to build on the recently completed 2010 community needs survey, unveiled Aug. 17.