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Today's News

  • Our Readers Write

    Thanks to Mountain Area Earth Day Fair Committee
    Editor:

    The 28th Annual Mountain Area Earth Day Fair had a good turnout for a somewhat snowy, unsettled Saturday, April 22, at the Evergreen Lake House. April weather can be unpredictable, and this annual event has been snowed-out in past years. With several other area activities going on, this was the prime event for parents with kids.

  • It’s only OK when someone else does it

    John Newkirk

  • Deprived of a proper hiring process

    There are times when a government legitimately has just one finalist when hiring a chief executive. Here is a good example.

  • Cougars to host boys golf meeting

    Boys entering Evergreen or Clear Creek high schools or who are home-schooled are invited to an informational meeting to learn about the Evergreen boys golf team.

    The meeting will be from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 24, at the Evergreen Middle School library. EHS head golf coach Mike Kuzava will be available to answer questions and provide information about the team.

    Kuzava will discuss tryout dates, locations and times, expectations for the team, summer tournament opportunities and logistics of the golf season.

  • Evergreen track earns a pair of top-10 finishes

    LAKEWOOD— After 37 events, the Evergreen girls and boys track teams were near the top of the standings in a competitive Jeffco Elite meet on Thursday at Jeffco Stadium

    The Cougars battled track powers Green Mountain and Valor Christian among others.

  • Holley takes first in 4A at Ashley Forey Tournament

    GOLDEN— Natalie Holley continues to prove she’s one of the best golfers in Class 4A. The senior from Evergreen added another first-place finish to her season on Wednesday at the Ashley Forey tournament.

    Golfers faced brutal conditions with low temperatures and a rain/snow mix that spread through the foothills in the morning hours. Despite the conditions, athletes made the most of the day for a successful outing. 

  • Lobos finish second at 3A regionals

    LITTLETON— For two hours, Conifer’s Hailey Janson and D’Evlyn’s Julia Molnar battled point-for-point with a regional championship on the line. As the dust settled, it was Janson who came out on top in two sets (6-4, 6-4).

    “I was hoping for this all season,” said Janson. “In the past I have been super close to winning regionals and ended up losing, but this year I just kept thinking it’s going to be my year I’m going to win.”

  • Sheriff's Calls

    Control issues

  • Former Evergreen resident Shelli Kelly comes home

    When Breckenridge native and former Evergreen resident Shelli Kelly says that she works a double, she doesn’t mean a shift.
    Kelly is the female backup singer for two bands that set the bar high when it comes to “show.” A couple weeks ago, Shelvis and the Roustabouts rocked the Little Bear to beats from the ‘50s. As the name implies, there’s a strong breath of Elvis woven into the act, and lead singer and guitarist Lori Muha packs a surprise revealed only at the end of the night.

  • Community Voices: Connecting people through community services

    Jackie Ikola