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Today's News

  • Evergreen track team shattering records on way to state

     

          Bryn Haebe didn’t know why. Maybe it really was the running gods that told Rob Wright to alter what up to this point had been a pretty successful season for Evergreen High School’s girls 4x800 relay team.

  • Longmont’s 7-run 8th knocks out Evergreen

     

    HIGHLANDS RANCH — Tom Aramovich always smiles when he’s on the mound. No matter if the bases are loaded and the odds are stacked against his team Aramovich, the senior pitcher from Evergreen High School, seems to keep smiling.

    But after his team lost to Longmont on May 15 by a 12-7 score in eight innings, Aramovich’s smile wasn’t so bright.

  • Lewis-Palmer’s first-half flurry does in Cougars

    MONUMENT — Kourtney Guetlein scored a pair of first-half goals and assisted on another as top-seeded Lewis-Palmer scored a 4-2 victory over Evergreen in the second round of the 4A girls soccer tournament on May 15.

  • Evergreen Army captain convicted of lesser charges in deaths of Iraqi civilians

    An Army captain from Evergreen who was accused of ordering Iraqi police officers to kill two civilians was convicted this week on charges of negligence and reckless endangerment but acquitted of two counts of premeditated murder.

    Carl Bjork, 28, who previously was awarded a Bronze Star for his heroism overseas, reportedly received a “reprimand” and will forfeit a third of his salary for one year. The maximum sentence could have been seven years in prison, a dishonorable discharge, and/or loss of his entire salary.

  • Election 2010 feature available on canyoncourier.com

    For election information submitted by candidates for the Board of Directors of the Evergreen Park and Recreation District, click on  the drop-down menu “News” and click on "Political Races 2010." Interviews with the candidates are in the "Lead Stories" section.

  • Looking forward to International Migratory Bird Day

    This coming Saturday, May 8, is International Migratory Bird Day, which will be celebrated locally at the Evergreen Nature Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    International Migratory Bird Day is a celebration of one of the most spectacular events in the world, the annual migration of birds. The day officially takes place on the second Saturday in May every year in most of the United States. However, it is celebrated at different times in different places due to the variation in migration.

  • Making a case for full disclosure

    Sometimes the story isn’t as big a deal as the story about the story. How much different would United States history look if, the day after the Watergate break-in, President Nixon had said, “Campaigns make people do crazy things,” instead of getting involved in the cover-up that led to his resignation?

    While there is little doubt there is nothing in Scott McInnis’ tax returns or John Hickenlooper’s charitable contributions that rise to the level of Watergate, the principle is the same. The longer questions persist, the bigger the story gets.

  • The narrator of Our Evergreen World

    On May 3, 1972, Sylvia Brockner wrote her first column for the Canyon Courier, about pine siskins, and readers flocked to her words about nature’s rhythms and the beauty of Evergreen and its surroundings.

  • Standoff at Evergreen home ends with two arrests

    The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office took at least two people into custody Monday following an assault on a man late Sunday that led to an hours-long standoff at 28123 Tresine Drive in Evergreen.

    A SWAT team responded to the home after the 54-year-old victim, who resides at that address, reported the assault at the mountain precinct about 10:45 p.m. The man fled the home after being beaten and began walking toward the police station.

  • Community tree undergoes treatment for wind damage

    When the top 4 feet of the “community tree” at Evergreen Lake snapped off in a windstorm a few years ago, Joan Spalding, owner of Spalding Trees, was distraught.

    Now, with a little help from Mother Nature and a bucket truck, Spalding hopes to rectify the flaw, which mars the perfection befitting a tree that has its own bronze plaque carved into a rock.