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Today's News

  • EHS student-athletes looking toward the future

    For some like Marissa Hoerman, it was a huge relief to be done with the recruiting process. 

    For others like Sofia Weiner, it was the culmination of years of waiting. Her decision had been made nearly two years prior. 

    In all, Evergreen High School honored seven student-athletes — Hoerman (volleyball), Weiner (soccer), Alex Rupe (football), Ben Setlak (baseball), Brandon Swenson (cross country and track), Ryan Wilson (soccer) and Griffin Dorsey (soccer) — on National Signing Day on Feb. 1.

  • Red-winged blackbirds are a feisty bunch

    (Reprinted from Feb. 6, 2008)

    Usually cold and wintry, February is made bearable by the first signs of spring — nothing as showy as the first daffodil in bloom, but still good, dependable signs of spring.

  • Jeffco Open Space prepping for second community meeting about challenges facing Elk Meadow dog park

    Jeffco Open Space this week will host the second in a series of community meetings to address public safety and environmental issues plaguing the Elk Meadow off-leash area in Evergreen.

  • Sound Mountain Entertainment rocks skating party

    Sound Mountain Entertainment amplified the fun at last Friday’s community ice-skating event at Evergreen Lake, cranking out tunes to make the time more enjoyable for everyone.

    Gary Bird and Peyton Thomas of Sound Mountain have been working together for six years but only recently brought their music-making business to the Evergreen-Conifer area. They specialize in weddings and special events, and in renting high-end sound equipment.

  • West Jeff students learn energy conservation during competition

    West Jefferson Middle School has won the first round of ReNew Our School, an energy competition among several Jeffco schools, and will receive LED light fixtures in its cafeteria as the prize.

    The middle school started the second round of competition Jan. 1, which will run until May 12, said digital teacher-librarian Amy Baker, who is helping to coordinate the school’s efforts. If the school wins round two, it could receive new lights in either the gym or library.

  • Lady Lobos struggle to match TJ’s intensity

    DENVER — It’s hard playing on the road. Not many teams can play well out of their element, especially when their opponent is known for being fiercely aggressive. Such was the case for the Conifer Lady Lobos, who lost 57-27 at Thomas Jefferson on Jan. 30.

  • Can you spell D-R-A-W?

    A satisfying cadence infuses the words spelled aloud at a bee — staccato, enunciated, sometimes fast, sometimes slow.

    The 80-minute Mountain Area Spelling Bee on Jan. 25 at Wilmot Elementary saw 21 third- through seventh-graders using their spelling-bee cadences as they went through round after round.

    This year’s contest had its dramatic moments, and after the final two contestants went 10 rounds spelling difficult words correctly, bee officials declared it a draw, and those two students will be sent to the state bee.

  • Debrunner sisters carry Lady Lobos

    Ianna Debrunner feels as if she’s swimming pretty well this late in the season, but she says she’s still not at her best. The Conifer High senior hopes she can get there.

    Well, she was pretty good Jan. 27 in the 200-yard individual medley at Wulf Rec Center. Debrunner swam a time of 2 minutes, 31.71 seconds, clipping Golden’s Emma MacCallum at the finish line as part of a triangular meet, which also included Standley Lake.

  • Lady Cougars complete sweep of Lady Jaguars

    DENVER — Sun Tzu famously said,  “If you know the enemy and yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.” The Evergreen Lady Cougars showed no signs of fear at they defeated host D’Evelyn 49-39 on Jan. 27.

    This was the second time the second-ranked Lady Cougars have defeated the Lady Jaguars this season. The last time the played one another Evergreen won 56-43 at home.

  • Cougars are riding high

    Sometimes emotions can be a motivator for a team. 

    For Rhys Pennington-Sayler and the Evergreen Cougars, the raw passion the senior guard displayed after his rebound putback midway through the third quarter was the motivator the Cougars needed against visiting D’Evelyn on Jan. 27.