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Today's News

  • 2012 fall sports preview: Boys tennis

    EVERGREEN COUGARS
    Head coach: Kris Nielsen
    Classification: 4A Jeffco, Region 1
    2011 dual record: N/A
    2011 recap: Last season was close but no cigar for the Cougars. Three times at regionals Evergreen forced a playback match to qualify for the 4A state tournament. And three times it lost. In five of seven draws the Cougars settled for third place. That’s where the team finished as well with 29 points, falling behind Colorado Academy and Alexander Dawson.
    Players to watch: Matt Goldeb, Sr.; Paul Clancy, Sr.

  • Deer Creek Challenge ride canceled

    Race director Pat Downing, in an e-mail sent to participants last week, announced that the Deer Creek Challenge bicycle ride, scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 19, has been canceled because of low registration numbers.

  • Meeting set Aug. 28 on rezoning for Messiah Mountain Retreat Center

    Jefferson County Planning and Zoning staff will host a community meeting
    Aug. 28 to discuss the possible rezoning of the Messiah Mountain Retreat
    Center in Indian Hills.
    The meeting, from 6 to 7 p.m., will be held at the center at 5200 Parmalee
    Gulch Road. The rezoning would allow the center to continue using its land
    for camp and retreat purposes.

  • Farewell on a high note: Nelson says goodbye

    By Sterling Nelson

  • With Ryan, Romney kicks off real debate

    With the selection of Paul Ryan as his running mate, presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney has decided to make this election about ideas.

    Unlike John McCain’s VP selection four years ago, Ryan is a thought leader in the Republican Party, a proven fiscal conservative who promises to force a generational debate on fiscal responsibility come November.

  • Really? These are our choices?

    Did you hear about Romney Hood?  He steals from the poor and gives to the rich. The response: That’s “Obamaloney.” And this is how we choose the leader of the free world?

  • Migrating nighthawks fill the evening air

    There is a small order of birds known as goatsuckers. The scientific name is the Caprimulgiformes, which comes from the Latin Caprimulgus, a milker of goats and forma or form.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    Brew abuse

  • Full tummies will jiggle at Players’ improv show

    The nature of improvisational comedy means that it’s always fresh and new. After several successful seasons of comedy in the mountains, the Evergreen Players Improv Comedy troupe, EPiC, is working to keep not only its comedy fresh, but the format of its shows as well. For the first time, the talented actors of EPiC will be complemented by local musicians and on-site food service. Audiences will leave after a side-splitting, stomach-busting, ear-tickling good time.

  • Fine Arts Fest brings 100 artists to Heritage Grove

    Artists from all over the country are making the trek back to their winter homes after a summer spent on the road at arts festivals. As fine artists migrate toward the warmer climes of Santa Fe or Florida, many spend their last summer weekend in the in the cool reprieve of Heritage Grove Park at the Hiwan Homestead Museum. More than 100 artists, both local and from afar, will congregate in Evergreen on Aug. 25 and 26 at the Evergreen Artists Association Fine Arts Festival.