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Today's News

  • Recall candidate Pier objects to live burn training in Evergreen

    “My interest is in preserving the quality of life in Evergreen,” said Barry Pier, a candidate in the upcoming recall election of the Evergreen Fire Protection District board.

     

    After learning of plans to build a fire training facility at Fire Station 2 in Bergen Park, Pier said, he became involved in the issue to protect his community.

    “A burn building doesn’t belong in Evergreen,” he said. “The only recourse we had to fight it was the recall.”

  • 'One good outcome' will pay for training facility, says Christensen

    Evergreen Fire Protection District board member David Christensen said that before voting to build the fire training facility, he weighed thoroughly the pros and cons. He came to the conclusion that the facility in progress at Fire Station 2 is necessary, and will dramatically improve firefighters’ ability to save property and lives.

     

    “If we have one good outcome, we’ve paid for it,” he said. 

  • Sports briefs

    GIRLS GOLF
    Evergreen’s Tenney cards 88 as Lady Cougars take 3rd in opener
    GOLDEN
    — Madison Tenney carded a team-best score of 88 as the Evergreen Lady Cougars opened the 2013 season with a third-place finish in the 4A Jeffco League opener March 19 at Applewood Golf Course.
    Tenney, a junior, placed fourth individually.
    Evergreen’s Emily Rivers fired a 100, Kelsey Evezich shot a 110, while Hanna Esau and Carly Ratekin carded a 119 each.

  • Wind challenges EHS’ serve, but not its effort

    ARVADA — For someone who has played doubles her entire career, it’s uncharted territory for Genevieve DeGrandchamp to play No. 2 singles for the Evergreen Lady Cougars. It’s a little weird, she said — but she’s fitting in just fine so far in 2013.

  • Mail-in ballots go out next week in fire board recall election

    Residents in the Evergreen Fire Protection District will begin receiving ballots in the mail next week for the recall election of four board members.

    The ballots contain information about the recall initiative and fire board members George Kling, Charlie Simons, Jeff DeDisse and David Christensen. The names of challengers Paul Peil, Jodi Kesten, Daniel Koller and Barry Pier appear below the recall question on the ballot.

  • Experience pays off for Cougars

    The fact that it was a varsity game and that it counted in the 4A Foothills Conference league standings wasn’t lost on the Evergreen Cougars. But this was the Cougars’ junior varsity boys lacrosse program that was playing Clear Creek’s varsity on March 20.

  • Recall candidates, fire board members discuss issues with chamber

    Two Evergreen fire board members and their challengers in the upcoming recall election presented their views to the board of the Evergreen Area Chamber of Commerce during its March 20 meeting.

    “The recall is about irresponsible decisions made by the board members, not about the firefighters,” said candidate Dan Koller. 

    Koller said the fire board’s decision to move forward with a training facility at Fire Station 2 in Bergen Park is not the right thing to do because of its location beside a school. 

  • Admiring the wisdom of our Founding Fathers

    Recently I was entertained by the Evergreen Chorale’s production of “1776.” I’m a regular at their productions, but this may be their best ever. Gary Muse’s portrayal of Ben Franklin was so good, I was sure Dr. Franklin was actually in the house.
    The show was all about the goings-on of the Continental Congress, which convened in May 1776. Of course, we all know what transpired there in Philadelphia, but we may not remember some of the details.

  • Democrats prevail on two key issues

    When Democrats claimed control of both houses of the Colorado General Assembly in last November’s elections, there was little doubt that two priority issues would be enacted once the legislature convened. Just over halfway through the 120-day session, bills to establish civil unions and to allow illegal immigrants who matriculated at Colorado high schools to receive in-state tuition at public colleges and universities in our state have passed.

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