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Today's News

  • Support/Assistance

    We’d like to know about interesting events or activities. E-mail items of 125 words or less to news@evergreenco.com. 

    SPECIAL-NEEDS PARENT SUPPORT GROUP: The group meets monthly to provide support to parents/caregivers with a special-needs child. For more information, e-mail psychnuts@q.com or call 303-709-1431.

  • ‘Pajama Game’ reawakens a bygone era

    The aisles of the stores are filled with high-tech video games and iPads, and movie theaters are buzzing with the latest three-dimensional marvel. This holiday season is packed with the latest and greatest of 21st-century technology, and it can be, at times, overwhelming. Why not take a break from the electronic rat race and enjoy a fun-filled evening at StageDoor Theatre’s production of “The Pajama Game.” It’s sure to be a light-hearted blast from the past.

  • Flying by the seat of TSA junk

    By now you’ve probably read or heard a story about the invasive policies of the TSA. Here’s another example of manipulation by the financial elite. Struggling to understand how the minds of these afflicted affluenzas work, I am wont to admit their incredible success. The entire country has been brought to its underwear by the likes of Michael Chernoff, George Soros and many other CEOs and lobbyists.

  • State’s budget writers in bind

    2011 will be one tough year for legislative budget writers in Colorado. To begin, they will face one of the toughest budget years in our state’s history. Add to that the fact that split control of the legislature means the Joint Budget Committee will be made up of three Republicans and three Democrats. And if that’s not enough of a challenge, the six members of the JBC will have three cumulative years of experience on the budget panel.

  • Full-moon walks are full of adventure

    Reprinted from Dec. 5, 2007

     

    I hope all of you were able to enjoy the three beautiful nights of Nov. 23, 24 and 25. They were the night before the full moon, the night of the full moon and the night after.

    It is seldom that we have three crystal-clear nights in a row at the time of the full moon.

  • Madrigal Faire is Saturday at EHS

    Many holiday traditions in the U.S. are tinged with a taste of Merry Ole’ England. Families head to the theater to have their holiday spirits renewed by Dickens’ grumpy yet lovable Ebeneezer Scrooge. Singers gather round doorsteps to serenade neighbors with candlelight carols. What better way to ring in the holidays than immersing yourself in the grand tradition of King Henry’s Renaissance court at the 24th annual Madrigal Marketplace and Faire presented by the Evergreen High School Performing Arts Department.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    Next time, call the Coast Guard

  • Florschuetz leading by example

    Maybe it’s not so much that Jordan Florschuetz couldn’t make up her mind, but the Evergreen senior girls basketball player plans to do it all.

    Her goal is to lead the Lady Cougars in scoring, rebounding and just about any other statistic that she can. In a lot of ways she may have to.

  • Winter Previews: Capsule previews for Evergreen Cougars sports teams

    BOYS BASKETBALL
    Head coach: Scott Haebe 
    Assistant coaches: Adam Wogan, Tom Warren
    Classification: 4A, District 6
    2009-10 record: 17-8, lost to Northridge in second round of state playoffs
    Top players: Steve Jensen, Sr.,; Sam Keen, Sr.; Brian Grieve, Jr.; Josh Conroy, Jr.; Connor Propst, Jr.; Andre Lane, Soph.
    Season opener: Dec. 3, vs. Ridgeview Academy, 7 p.m.

  • Baroque Folke to perform “Gaudete!” in Evergreen

    Evergreen’s Baroque Folke invite everyone to “gaudete!” (rejoice) at their traditional Holiday Concert at Center/Stage on Dec. 19 at 7 p.m. This consort of four recorders, plus harpsichord and vocal quartet, performs carols and songs of many cultures. New pieces mingle with traditional recorder works and audience favorites from seasons past.
    Appearing again as Baroque Folke are Mike and Ann Moore, Bob Baldwin, Rebecca Beshore, Paul Ahlquist, Hopi Moore Sargent and Sally Ochsner. The Folke also welcome new member Ann Sprague to the ensemble.