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Today's News

  • N.M. executive chosen to head Evergreen chamber

    Lin Browning of Angel Fire, N.M., has been named the new president of the Evergreen Area Chamber of Commerce. She succeeds Melanie Nuchols, who resigned Sept. 28 to pursue her art career.

    Browning, 35, currently serves as the acting director, office and membership manager of the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce. Before joining the chamber, she was a reservations agent with Angel Fire Resort from 2009 to 2010 and ran a property management and equipment rental business with her husband from 2008 to 2009.

  • Herrin sentencing reset to Jan. 3

     Sentencing has been delayed until Jan. 3 for the man who pleaded guilty to charges of kidnapping an Evergreen woman and taking her to his house in Kittredge nearly one year ago. He had been cleaning her house for four years.
    Herrin appeared briefly before Jefferson County District Judge Philip McNulty in court on Dec. 6. Herrin's new attorney, public defender Jeff Dougan, asked for a continuance because he needed more time to look at the case records and court transcripts. Herrin's private attorney Robert Bernhardt withdrew from the case on Nov. 8.

  • Lobos’ Himmelman gets in tuneup

    CONIFER — Travis Himmelman was dealing with a nagging knee, but it didn’t limit the Conifer senior too much in the season-opening Lobo Invitational on Dec. 4. What did limit him, in his opinion, was the lack of wrestlers at the 12th annual meet.

    “I wish I could’ve gotten more matches. I only got two matches,” he said. “The last kid was a tough kid, a good win.”

  • Evergreen leaves self room to improve

    Make no bones about it, but it wasn’t pretty. The Evergreen Cougars’ boys basketball team struggled to find any offensive rhythm in its regular season opener Dec. 3 at home against Ridgeview Academy.

  • Florschuetz, Cougars nipped by Montbello

    DENVER — Jordan Florschuetz scored 13 points, but it wouldn’t be enough as host Montbello handed Evergreen its second straight narrow defeat to start the 2010-11 season, 50-49, on Dec. 4.

    Haley Newhall added 10 points and Riley Ellingson scored eight.

    The Lady Cougars struggled at the free-throw line, making just 10 of 32 attempts.

    Evergreen opened the season two days earlier with a 36-33 loss at George Washington despite 20 points from Florschuetz.

  • EHS Poms shine at local competitions

    The EHS Poms captured top honors recently in two local competitions. The Poms won the division championship in hip-hop at the UDA Regional Dance Competition at the Denver Convention Center on Nov. 13. 

  • 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.