Today's News

  • Northern shrikes are winter visitors to area

    Late winter brings strange weather into this area. This year, January brought much warmer weather than usual, giving everyone spring fever. February thus far has turned out to be colder than average and has brought back-to-back snowstorms with scarcely a break in between.
    The only thing that you can be positive about is that it will change. Whatever it is like at the moment, it probably won’t be the same 10 minutes from now or tomorrow. Usually our mornings dawn clear and bright because the skies often clear overnight, however, even that is not a certainty.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    Remember to lift with your legs

  • 'Quilters' will put Sohrweid's directing career to bed

    Larry Sohrweid’s family history is steeped in the art of quilting. His mother was a member of the Ladies Aid Sewing Circle at their church, making quilts to commemorate the milestones of townspeople’s lives. Sohrweid’s family history as an adult is steeped in the art of theater.

  • Cougars’ Kay, Karnath returning to state wrestling meet

    Following is a list of Evergreen wrestlers who qualified for the 4A state wrestling tournament via their top-four finish at the Region 1 tournament Feb. 10-11 at Eagle Valley High School in Gypsum:

  • Lady Cougars escape Farmers in final seconds

    Erin Dobey felt the pressure. How could she not.
    The Evergreen Lady Cougars had twice built a double-digit lead and twice watched it evaporate. The last time was a 14-point lead with 4 minutes, 44 seconds remaining in their 4A Jeffco League tournament quarterfinal game with Wheat Ridge on Feb. 13 at Evergreen High School.
    What once looked to be an insurmountable lead had dwindled to one point with Dobey at the foul line shooting one and a bonus with 4.5 seconds left.

  • Host Cougars commit Cardinal sin

    Scott Haebe couldn’t explain it.
    Maybe it was Elizabeth’s 2-3 zone defense. Maybe it was the play of freshman Jake Gavitt. Maybe, just maybe, it was Evergreen looking ahead instead of focusing on the task at hand. Whatever it was it wasn’t good for the Cougars.

  • Cookie madness: Girl Scout troop 1373 hopes to sell 3,000 boxes to help fund trip

    Bill Bruce leaned on his snow shovel in his driveway Feb. 6 as three girls approached, pulling a little red wagon. When they were within earshot, they informed him of their mission: They were selling Girl Scout cookies.

  • Dykeman eager to ‘give back’ as chamber chair

    Nancy Dykeman eats, breathes and lives the Evergreen Area Chamber of Commerce.

    And for the next 11 months, she is at the helm of the organization as chairwoman of the board of directors. Dykeman is excited about the opportunities the chamber brings to her and the direction she can help bring to the chamber.

  • Facebook Diary: Coming face to face with Evergreen

    Not long ago, I was yakking with someone I know well, and who knows me well, and who should know better, and she had the brass to tell me I’m not very hip.


    Me, who practically invented droopy trousers.

    Me, who sings along with “Glee.”

    Me, who’s never actually tried sushi, but definitely would, so long as it’s thoroughly cooked.

  • A reason to ‘reminisce’: Wilmot fifth-grader wins local spelling bee

    Where do the top two spellers of the Evergreen-area schools’ spelling bee go to celebrate?

    Not to Disney World, but to Evergreen’s Baskin-Robbins.

    The top spellers, Wilmot fifth-graders Cal Schiff and Chris Guay, were pleased with their showing at the area spelling bee Feb. 7 at Parmalee Elementary School. They competed against 16 other students from Parmalee, Bergen Valley and Wilmot elementary schools, and Evergreen Middle School.