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Today's News

  • Delay in paper delivery

    Due to an issue at the Canyon Courier's press, today's issue of the paper will be late. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

  • State hiring reforms worth a look

    Gov. John Hickenlooper seems ready to take a bite out of one of the bigger issues for a chief executive in Colorado. He announced earlier this month that he’s begun to look at options to reform Colorado’s state personnel system.

  • An alma mater in disgrace

    I spent four of the best years of my life at Penn State University.

  • Wild turkeys not very abundant in the foothills

    I well remember the first wild turkey I ever saw. I was birding in Alleghany State Park with a friend, Kay McCann, and she said, “Let’s walk down this trail to the river. About a week ago, someone saw a wild turkey near here.” We went down the trail and sure enough, on the far bank of the river were two wild turkeys getting a drink. We froze in our tracks, and the big birds continued to drink.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    Parked and wrecked

  • Rotary to launch Ice Melt Contest with concert at Ice House

    The sixth annual Ice Melt Contest gets under way this year in combination with the first benefit concert at the Ice House in support of the EPRD Special Needs Program and Evergreen Christian Outreach at 6 p.m. Nov. 18.

    Tickets are $10 at the door, and bands include 3-Legged Dog, Joe Bye and Friends, and John Erlandson and the MPR All Stars.

  • Rotary to launch Ice Melt Contest with concert at Ice House

    The sixth annual Ice Melt Contest gets under way this year in combination with the first benefit concert at the Ice House in support of the EPRD Special Needs Program and Evergreen Christian Outreach at 6 p.m. Nov. 18.

    Tickets are $10 at the door, and bands include 3-Legged Dog, Joe Bye and Friends, and John Erlandson and the MPR All Stars.

  • Dahlkemper is new school board president

    Newly elected Jeffco school board members Jill Fellman and Lesley Dahlkemper took the oath of office Nov. 10, nine days after voters selected them over challengers Jim Powers and Preston Branaugh.

  • Exchange students exchange views on Evergreen

    Getting acclimated to Evergreen has had its ups and downs for Evergreen High School’s foreign exchange students.

    The eight, all but one hailing from Europe, have found their classmates and teachers to be more open and welcoming than their counterparts in their home countries. Yet it’s been a difficult adjustment for some to be away from friends, family and the familiar.

    Six of them had lunch recently and talked about their experiences in Evergreen.

  • All-conference teams

    Following is a list of all-conference selections for Evergreen High School during the 2011 fall sports season:

    GYMNASTICS
    FIRST TEAM

    All-around: Jessica Jankowski, Arvada West; Hailey Gilleland, Bear Creek; Danae Goldsberry, Elizabeth; Ashley Perry, Evergreen, Ahna Spitzer, Green Mountain; Hannah Bissani, Standley Lake
    Vault: Kimmy Peterson, Elizabeth; Kelsey Valdez, Evergreen
    Uneven bars: Erika Bratschun, Bear Creek; Hannah Roshak, Lakewood
    Balance beam: Shayna Beshore, Elizabeth; Amy Button, Elizabeth