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Today's News

  • Fall sports all-conference: boys soccer, volleyball

    The following is 4A Jeffco Conference selections for the fall sports of boys soccer and volleyball as released by Jeffco Public Schools:

  • EHS faces issue with experience, numbers

    As Evergreen’s lone returning 4A state qualifier from the 2011-12 wrestling season, Jake Kay took it upon himself to be a leader for this year’s squad. It was nothing for the senior 126 pounder to set up two-a-day practices during the offseason, even on the first day of school back in August. After all, he knows a little something about success.

  • Ready to take the next step

    Sometimes a dream starts out as one person’s aspiration but turns into the hopes and goals of everyone around them. Tears of pride streamed down the faces of friends, family, teachers and coaches as Evergreen High School senior Lexie Malazdrewicz signed her letter-of-intent to swim for the University of Southern California on Nov. 14.
    Her dream to be an elite swimmer had outgrown her and transformed into a dream of an entire community who has stood behind her and watched her grow.

  • Looking for a gift? Imagine that!

    If you’re starting to think about presents for hard-to-shop-for friends and family, consider Imagine That! in Marshdale.

  • ‘Little Mermaid Jr.’ makes waves on Evergreen stage

    In the last 25 years, Disney has brought to life some of the most magical stories of our time. “The Little Mermaid” is quite possibly the most magical of all Disney animations, packed with undersea orchestras and the iconic story of star-crossed loves, Ariel the mermaid and Eric the Prince. Add a live theatrical component to this show, and the magic is off the charts. Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen is excited to bring this show to the stages of Evergreen on Nov. 16 and 17.

  • School district hails passage of tax increase

    Proponents of two property-tax increases that will enable Jeffco Public Schools to avoid sizable budget cuts were happy that the measures were approved by voters in the Nov. 6 election.

    “I’m ecstatic,” said district Superintendent Cindy Stevenson. “I’m thrilled, and I think it was teamwork and integrity (that won the election). … We told the truth. We said, ‘This is about kids. This is what’s going to happen.’ ”

  • Fall all-conference teams

    The following is a list of 4A Jeffco League all-conference selections for the fall sports season released by the conference:

    SOFTBALL
    FIRST TEAM

  • Hip-hopping good time

    From a tiny room in the “dungeon” of Evergreen High School, a hip-hop mix that is vaguely familiar, yet not an entire song, enticing listeners to “Go stupid,” and “Get crazy,” emanates out the door seeping into the hallway.
     “Five … six … seven … eight! One, and two, three and four … Good! I like it. Let’s clean it up and make it pop,”  choreographer Sarah “Shack” Schachterle says as the music cuts.

  • New recreation supervisor hoping to expand programs

    While settling into his new position as recreation supervisor for athletics at the Wulf Recreation Center, Joe Gonzales is also looking at the possibility of expanding program offerings.

    “We do look to areas where we can expand,” Gonzales said. “It would be nice to explore options.”

    Meanwhile, Gonzales is busy scheduling and managing current teams, and also coaching volleyball.

  • New recreation supervisor hoping to expand programs

    While settling into his new position as recreation supervisor for athletics at the Wulf Recreation Center, Joe Gonzales is also looking at the possibility of expanding program offerings.

    “We do look to areas where we can expand,” Gonzales said. “It would be nice to explore options.”

    Meanwhile, Gonzales is busy scheduling and managing current teams, and also coaching volleyball.