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Today's News

  • Bergens set to celebrate 40 years of teaching Evergreen’s kids

    The Bergens are inviting former students and staff to take a walk down memory lane during the two-day celebration of the schools’ 40 years of teaching elementary students.

    The celebration will be Nov. 4 and 5 at Bergen Meadow Elementary School. Organizers hope that former students, parents of former students, and anyone in the community associated with the Bergens will attend the weekend’s events.

  • Commissioners approve charges for public-records requests

    The public will be charged for access to public records under a resolution passed unanimously on Tuesday by the county commissioners.

    Under the measure, the county will implement fees of $25 per hour for open-records requests taking more than an hour to complete.

    The county public information office, whose employees are tasked with fulfilling such requests, now has the option of charging the public for its staff time.

  • Banner signs win permanent approval

    Jeffco businesses are now allowed to advertise on banners and sandwich boards, under a permanent zoning amendment approved on Tuesday by the county commissioners.

  • Kopp will be missed as statesman, leader

    Last week, Mike Kopp stepped down from the state Senate seat he had held since first being elected in 2006. With his departure, Jefferson County loses a statesman.
    Serving in the legislature while maintaining a “day job” is tough enough for any father. But for Mike, it had become impossible. Three months ago, Mike’s wife and best friend, Kimberly, lost her three-year battle with cancer. Without regret or second thoughts, Mike decided that his four school-age kids needed more of his time.

  • Solitaires stay around and stake out territories all winter

    The first Townsend’s solitaire that I ever saw was shortly after we moved to Colorado in April 1965. I was looking around our new yard and saw a strange gray bird just across the road, clinging to a giant mullein stalk in the open valley above Little Cub Creek. I watched it digging insects out of the dead mullein stalk and thought how often I had seen downy woodpeckers acting in the same manner.

  • Solitaires stay around and stake out territories all winter

    The first Townsend’s solitaire that I ever saw was shortly after we moved to Colorado in April 1965. I was looking around our new yard and saw a strange gray bird just across the road, clinging to a giant mullein stalk in the open valley above Little Cub Creek. I watched it digging insects out of the dead mullein stalk and thought how often I had seen downy woodpeckers acting in the same manner.

  • Here he comes … Mr. Evergreen crowned amid festive homecoming week

    It may have seemed chaotic, but the dress rehearsal for the second annual Mr. EHS competition was a precursor to the event on Friday night that had all the pageantry and antics that 14 senior boys could dream up.

     

    They participated in talent and swimsuit competitions, plus they answered questions — all to impress the judges, and to have a lot of fun and to raise money for the Evergreen High School Football Boosters and the poms.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    The Deputy Phil Show

  • Evergreen out in quarterfinals

    AURORA — Breeze Phillips walked off the field and let out a sigh of relief.
    The Evergreen ace pitcher had held Broomfield in check for six innings, allowing just two early runs. But the ninth-seeded Lady Eagles, with their backs up against the wall, scored three runs in the top of the seventh and had the tying run on second with one out.

  • O’Brien rolls on, captures regionals

    DENVER — Maura O’Brien, on the heels of winning the 4A Jeffco League championship, ran a time of 19 minutes, 40 seconds and won the 4A Region 1 championship on Oct. 21 at Denver’s City Park.