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Today's News

  • Local artist now the owner of Evergreen Gallery

    Beth Riser, a local artist and the diligent new owner of the Evergreen Gallery, has found herself deep in daily, concentrated effort. It was just this past May when Riser followed the advice of many and grasped the opportunity to own a gallery.
    “It was Valentine’s Day when Lisa Mallin, owner at the time, approached me on buying the shop,” she said. “My kids will be off to college in a couple years and, everything considered, it was a perfect fit.”

  • Sheriff's Calls

    Ingrate demand

  • Triple Bypass showcases Colorado’s outdoors cycling landscape

    Christie Greene

  • Dakota Ridge, Denver West mirror each other’s style, tenacity in the baseball diamond

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier

    LAKEWOOD — If baseball doppelgangers exist, look no further than the Dakota Ridge Eagles and Denver West Cougars.
    Rivals in the U.S. Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) 12-under Majors classification, both teams pride themselves being community-oriented programs – the Eagles represent the Dakota Ridge High School district; the Cougars are predominantly comprised of players from Evergreen and Conifer – whose coaches stress the fundamentals of the sport.

  • Our Readers Write

    Get over it, Trump is our president
    Editor:
    Thanks for showing the Courier’s very liberal bias by publishing three extremely liberal letters in the June 28 Courier. By doing this, you incite further riot and more extreme letters. You can be more balanced by publishing some of each per edition.

  • Sorry, grandparents, you’re not welcomed

    Greg Dobbs

  • Time to come up with reasonable solution

    What if the debate over health insurance was about what we support instead of what we oppose? What if the discussion included all 535 members of Congress instead of just those who happen to belong to the party in power?
    As Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s ill-advised plan to ramrod overhaul of the Affordable Care Act through the Senate without allowing time to fully understand its ramifications failed last week, it is apparent the questions Congress is trying to answer are the wrong ones to ask.

  • Hundreds gather in Denver in support of Trump

    DENVER — For many, Fourth of July is a day for spending time with family, honoring those who fought for the United States’ independence and celebrating being an American. For about 100 people, Independence Day this year was a day for celebrating a president who they feel has not only given them a voice, but is also leading the country in the right direction.

  • Vintage-inspired boutique debuts at the Yellow Barn

    One year after it landed a new owner, Conifer’s historic Yellow Barn is now the site of a new business: Magpie Mercantile, a specialty shop offering a little bit of old and a whole lot of new.

    Launched by Jennifer and Paul Palmer, the expansive boutique was “opened by chance,” and is filled with a mix of antique and retro home goods, as well as new vintage-inspired items, candles, and other décor for the indoors and outdoors alike.

  • Local legislators critical of U.S. Senate health care bill

    Area legislators are not happy with the latest health care bill proposed by the GOP, calling the process under which it was drafted “ridiculous” and advocating for less government involvement in the health care industry.

    State Rep. Tim Leonard, R-Evergreen, criticized both the U.S. Senate and House for drafting their versions of the American Health Care Act — renamed the Better Care Reconciliation Act in the Senate’s version of the bill — behind closed doors.