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Today's News

  • Center for the Arts exhibit will show the love for local artists

    Love is indeed a many splendored thing. At Center for the Arts Evergreen’s 11th annual members show, the theme of love will be interpreted in many ways, but above all will demonstrate local artists’ love of their crafts.

    In recent years, CAE has curated a spring member show without a theme — leaving the subject matter of the works up to the artists.

  • Conifer Area Council asks Jeffco Open Space to buy Journey Ranch

    The Conifer Area Council has asked Jeffco Open Space to consider buying the 45-acre ranch owned by the now-defunct Journey Community Church to complete CAC’s goal of connecting Conifer’s trails.

  • LESSON PLANS: Schuver named head of Montessori School of Evergreen

    Montessori School of Evergreen has named Bill Schuver its new head of school beginning with the 2015-16 school year.

    Schuver, 50, will replace Beth Heller, who has been head of school for 10 years. She’s leaving to pursue other activities and to spend more time with her daughter.

  • School board dismisses federal mediator

    The Jeffco school board has dismissed its outside mediator for upcoming union negotiations because of his organization’s policy banning recording or streaming.

    The Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, which is free to the district, will not allow its mediators to be recorded or streamed.

  • Marketing guru mobilizing volunteers to help local businesses

    Imagine volunteers would work for free to make phone calls to promote your business. 

    Or maybe they'd address envelopes or help prepare your taxes. They could type up information and do industry research, or help interview potential new employees. 

    How quickly could your business grow? 

    Evergreen Nursing Services — started by Mary Pat DeWald in Evergreen — is about to find out. 

  • Streams near ski area eyed as new home for state fish

    Endangered greenback cutthroat trout could get a new home in the Herman Gulch and Dry Gulch streams north of Loveland Ski Area.

    State Parks and Wildlife officials want to make way for Colorado’s state fish to reproduce in those streams by removing other fish populations there. Biologists plan to start the project sometime in February, according to Jennifer Churchill, a spokeswoman for Parks and Wildlife. Several of the officials discussed the project with Clear Creek’s county commissioners at a recent meeting.

  • Marketing guru mobilizing volunteers to help businesses

    Imagine volunteers would work for free to make phone calls to promote your business.

    Or maybe they’d address envelopes or help prepare your taxes. They could type up information and do industry research, or help interview potential new employees.

    How quickly could your business grow?

    Evergreen Nursing Services — started by Mary Pat DeWald in Evergreen — is about to find out.

  • Neville pushing parental rights bill

    State Sen. Tim Neville is moving forward with campaign promises to limit the authority of government with a parental rights bill that was approved by the Senate on Thursday. 

    Senate Bill 77, sponsored by the newly elected District 16 senator and other GOP legislators, would strengthen the authority of parents in the areas of education and health care for their children.

  • Cooking up Cajun cuisine

    The spicy aroma of Gumbo Ya-Ya filled the working home of the Humphrey History Park and Museum on Saturday afternoon. 

    As the gumbo simmered on the stove, Angela Rayne, executive director of the park and the class' teacher, rolled out sweet dough to make beignets for the Cajun meal.

  • Evergreen about to buy a half-million cookies

    It’s the sweet season again in Evergreen, as sales of Girl Scout cookies are off and running.

    The sale began Feb. 8 and will last until March 15, with Scouts stationed outside several Evergreen businesses beginning this weekend. By the time the sale is done, Evergreen’s 300 Girl Scouts will sell more than 30,000 boxes, which equates to roughly 500,000 cookies.