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Today's News

  • Fire destroys large home in Brook Forest Estates

    A wind-whipped fire destroyed a three-story wood-frame home in Brook Forest Estates on Oct. 4.

    No one was home at the time of the fire, and there were no injuries.

    A couple of neighbors noticed smoke and flames and called in the alarm at 3:23 p.m. Saturday. The first two firefighters to arrive, at 3:27, were Deputy Chief Jeff Ashford and Matt Swinden, a neighbor and rookie volunteer firefighter, said Chief Garry DeJong of Evergreen Fire/Rescue.

  • A new approach to holiday decorating, by design

    Only 79 days left until Christmas. And if the thought of decorating is already getting you down, Redesignology may have a solution.

    The company will take your interior holiday decorations and create displays in your house. It will also help people prepare for holiday parties, said Carole Lofing, owner of the company.

  • Q&A with HD25 candidate Jack Woehr

    How much money have you raised from donors?

    $0, as my reports to the secretary of state show, which are online at http://www.sos.state.co.us.

    How much from your own resources?

    $0 ... It's not fun raising money, and I see no reason why a candidate can't walk to office without it. I've run five times, and people kinda know I 'm there at this point fighting for their civil rights and against the rise of authoritarian government in Colorado.

    What should be the role of state government?

  • Q&A with HD25 candidate Andrew Scripter

    How much money have you raised from donors?

    To date, our campaign has raised $ 23,471  and we have had 207 individuals contribute to our campaign.

    How much of your own money have you contributed to your campaign?

    About $15,000

     

    What should be the role of state government?

  • Q&A with HD25 candidate Cheri Gerou

    How much money have you raised from donors?

    As of Sept. 4, $49,507.00

    How much from your own resources?

    $45,000

    What should be the role of state government?

    I believe the state government should:

    • protect the rights of the individual, including the education of our children to give our kids the tools to succeed in a global economy; protect the rights of the free enterprise system to keep Colorado friendly to business and job growth;

  • Take advantage of the changing seasons

    It is a warm “summer” day, even if fall has arrived. While out on the patio enjoying the warm temperature, I noticed several patches of pine resin that were gathering the fallen scales of pine cones in their viscous, gooey puddles. Why, I wondered, are they oozing sap in the fall? Then I remembered that evergreen trees, unlike deciduous trees, retain sap in their evergreen needles (modified leaves) all year. The resin acts like an antifreeze to prevent the needles from being damaged by frost.

  • Evergreen gets a new backyard

    Bergen Meadow Elementary was built in 1969 with a giant, flat gravel patch for a backyard. The 115,000-square-foot gravel patch was a perfect rectangle, already graded, and in a central location in our community. School administrators, park and rec personnel, sports clubs, and parents all recognized the great potential of the field. But for 39 years, Evergreen kids played recess games and sports in the dirt.

  • Marshdale promotes literacy with birthday book giveaway

    At most elementary schools, birthdays are a special day for students. Sometimes the principal acknowledges birthdays with a card or a visit.

    Marshdale Elementary School principal Christie Frost goes a step further — she gives each student a book.

    Frost, a former librarian, says she uses student birthdays as a way to help improve literacy and to alleviate some students' fears of the office.

  • Haebe best in show again

    LITTLETON — It’s rare to see a close finish at a cross-country meet. But at the Dave Sanders Memorial Invitational on Sept. 26, the finish was as close as it gets for the Division II boys.

    Ryan Haebe of Evergreen had to sprint to the finish to hold off Roblet Muhudin of Overland as spectators cheered the last hundred meters. Haebe, who won the Conifer Invitational the Cougar 5k Stride as well this past week, finished with a time 15 minutes, 50 seconds, just three seconds ahead of Muhudin.

  • Cougars blanked

    LAKEWOOD — There are no secrets when Conifer plays Evergreen.

    The teams have to rock and roll in the trenches and perform in front of a packed house with a belly full of nerves.

    That made Conifer receiver Stephen Theiss the ultimate wrinkle Sept. 26.

    The leaping, diving hands of glue had five catches for 104 yards and a touchdown as the Lobos stoned the Cougars 21-0 at Trailblazer Stadium.