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Today's News

  • Their true passion

    Seventeen-year-old Ianna Debrunner and her 14-year-old sister, Elsa, swim for the Conifer Lobos’ girls swim team. But it’s no secret that competitive swimming isn’t their first love — it’s actually underwater hockey. 

    When Ianna and Elsa, both petite and unassuming with their blond curls and big blue eyes, tell people that underwater hockey in their favorite sport they get laughs or people insisting it’s a joke.

  • Lady Cougars get in a zone early 

    EVERGREEN — The fact that top-ranked Evergreen started out in a 2-3 zone against a D’Evelyn team built on its outside shooting was a peculiar decision. 

    It’s not what one would expect. But it worked like a charm for the Lady Cougars.

  • Meeting set tonight on issues at Elk Meadow off-leash area

    Jeffco Open Space has announced the dates of three meetings to solicit public input about the issues facing the popular Elk Meadow off-leash area in Evergreen.

  • I-70 reopens after snowslide west of Eisenhower Tunnel closed lanes

    Interstate 70 reopened in both directions Tuesday afternoon after an avalanche on the west side of the Eisenhower Tunnel had closed the highway's westbound lanes for much of the day.

    The slide occurred about 10:30 a.m. Tuesday during avalanche mitigation work between mile markers 205 and 210.

  • Meetings scheduled on issues at Elk Meadow off-leash area

    Jeffco Open Space has announced the dates of three meetings to solicit public input about the issues facing the popular Elk Meadow off-leash area in Evergreen.

  • Evergreen Players, Aurora theater team up for production about RFK

    The Evergreen Players are teaming with Aurora’s Vintage Theatre to present “RFK: A Portrait of Robert F. Kennedy” for two weekends beginning Friday evening. Although Evergreen will be experiencing this play for the first time, it has been running continuously throughout the state for the past four years.

  • EFR urging safety precautions after house fire on Edelweiss Circle

    After a potbelly stove ignited the ceiling of a home on Edelweiss Circle last week, Evergreen Fire/Rescue is reminding area residents to have their chimneys cleaned and to verify that all smoke detectors and fire alarms are in working order.

    According to EFR spokeswoman Stacy Martin, the department was called about the house fire on Edelweiss Circle at 3:15 a.m. Jan. 2 after the homeowners smelled smoke. 

  • Interfaith service ushers out Hanukkah, welcomes the new year

    To observe the culmination of Hanukkah and begin 2017, Conifer’s St. Laurence Episcopal Church and Congregation Beth Evergreen hosted an interfaith spiritual renewal celebration on Dec. 31.

    The celebration, which was at Congregation Beth Evergreen, was an opportunity to resolve, recommit and renew before the new year.

    The Rev. Nancy Malloy and Rabbi Jamie Arnold said the two congregations had been trying to coordinate a join ceremony, and said the last night of Hanukkah and New Year’s Eve “thematically fit together.”

  • Opponents of Rooney Valley development planning protest

    Opponents of the proposed rezoning at the northwest corner of C-470 and Alameda Parkway near Dinosaur Ridge are organizing a protest ahead of a Jan. 17 vote by Jeffco’s county commissioners.

    According to Eric Brown, a leader of the opposition group Save Dinosaur Ridge, the protest will take place outside the Jeffco courthouse from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Jan. 11 and is the group’s latest effort to head off approval of the rezoning, which will bring auto dealerships, hotels and more retail to the scenic Rooney Valley.

  • Celebrants fill saloons, empty glasses to welcome 2017

    Champagne toasts. Kisses and hugs. Cheers and noisemakers. Balloon drops. Music.

    Mountain area residents and visitors rang in 2017 at local watering holes in the absence of Skate the Lake, which was scuttled by inadequate ice conditions. Some patrons stayed until the big moment at midnight; others headed home early. But either way, many said they were excited to ring in the new year surrounded by family and friends.

    8 p.m., the Little Bear