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Today's News

  • Gun rights front and center at Evergreen Tea Party meeting

    A large display of firearms at the Evergreen Tea Party meeting on Monday night heralded the agenda for the evening, which centered on gun rights granted by the Second Amendment.

    Keynote speaker Dave Kopel, an attorney and research director at the Independence Institute, said the Second Amendment is “now something more and more in the mainstream of constitutional law.”

    Kopel is representing Colorado sheriffs in a lawsuit against state gun-control legislation enacted in 2013.

  • Manhunt ends for suspect in dragging of deputy

    An arrest has been made in an incident in which a Jeffco deputy was dragged by a fleeing vehicle.

    Andrey Pavlovich Mishenin, 23, was taken into custody Thursday at a hotel in Glendale without incident. The Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force fugitive unit, along with the Jefferson County sheriff’s fugitive unit, made the arrest.

  • Kisiel, Cougars sweep Littleton

    LITTLETON — History repeated itself for the Evergreen Lady Cougars’ basketball team as they bested the Littleton Lions, 52-43, on Jan. 31 at the Lions Den, giving them their second win against the Lady Lions this season.

    “Every time we come (to Littleton) we expect to play a scrappy game,” said Evergreen girls basketball head coach Amy Bahl. “But we always manage to pull out the win.”

  • Cougars push forward despite challenges

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier

    Injuries and illness have made for a trying season for Evergreen’s boys basketball team, especially in 4A Jeffco League play. But somehow the Cougars head into the next-to-last week of the regular season on a two-game-winning streak, though, par for the course, it wasn’t easy.

  • Nations is lone bright spot for EHS

    AURORA — It was supposed to be a simple escape with his opponent — Hinkley’s Xavier Abeyta — bending his arm at the elbow and not straightening it out, but it turned into an early turning point of the match for Evergreen’s Thomas Nations.

  • Neville revolutionized prep sports coverage

    You know you’ve reached a certain point in life when a longtime friend is recognized as a legend. And so it was for Laurie and me last week when we attended the Colorado High School Activities Association Hall of Fame induction dinner to see South Jeffco resident Marcia Neville be inducted.

  • Dog shot with pellet gun near Wilmot Elementary

    Jefferson County Animal Control officers are investigating reports that a chocolate-colored Labrador retriever was shot with a pellet gun in the 6400 block of Joan Lane in Evergreen.

  • 10th Mountain Division could be subject of movie

    A retired U.S. Marine colonel wants to make a Hollywood movie about 10th Mountain Division greats Earl Clark and Dick Over. 

    Clark, 95, passed away just after Christmas at his Littleton home. He and Over, 91, of Lookout Mountain, traveled around Colorado for the last several years to discuss their experiences in World War II and during mountain training at Camp Hale near Leadville.

  • Chamber co-chairs plan to focus on promoting member services

    The new board co-chairs for the Evergreen Area Chamber of Commerce are calling 2015 the year of the member as they make it the organization’s mission to communicate its value.

    The co-chairs, Lisa Austin and Kevin Ruble, agree the services are in place; now it’s time to make sure members and potential members know how to take advantage of those services.

  • Club brings new members into the fold

    The Mountain Fold club in Evergreen wants you to know that origami isn’t just folded paper cranes.

    The cranes are the most popular origami sculpture, but at Mountain Fold meetings, the group makes paper sculptures that are functional and creative.

    At a meeting Sunday afternoon at the Evergreen Library, the group made picture frames, including the stand and small gift boxes. One youth created a small doll, and another made ninja stars.