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Today's News

  • Schmitt, Evergreen boys win at Mustang Stampede

    Caitlin Schmitt took first place in the girls’ 5,000-meter race in a time of 20 minutes, 9 seconds, and Evergreen’s boys won the team title with a score of 46 at the season opening Ponderosa Mustang Stampede on Aug. 28 in Parker.

  • Cougars dominant on defense, offense

    Greysen Lincoln was hoping for something like the 21-yard fumble return the senior defensive lineman scored in the first quarter of Evergreen’s 2014 season opener, but he didn’t really think it was going to happen. 

    But that’s the kind of night it was for the Cougars in a Top-10 showdown that was anything but a marquee match-up.

    Evergreen, ranked No. 6 in CHSAA’s 3A preseason poll, dominated from start to finish in routing No. 9 Lewis-Palmer 38-0 on a cloud-covered Aug. 29 night at Evergreen High School.

  • Colorado voters face 4 ballot proposals

    And then there were four.

    While a lot of attention was focused on Gov. John Hickenlooper’s work to successfully negotiate an agreement to spare us from four competing ballot initiatives on fracking, four other ballot initiatives have made their way onto our November ballot.

    The topics range from personhood to gambling to open meetings to food labeling. In a somewhat refreshing twist, two of the four proposals are initiated laws instead of amendments to our state constitution.

  • ‘Kiss Me Kate’ kicks off Chorale’s 2014-15 season

    “Kiss Me Kate” is a musical that belongs on the must-see list of any theater lover. Cole Porter’s most successful musical combines the style of the 1940s Golden Age of Broadway with the wit and tradition of Shakespeare. The Evergreen Chorale’s production of this timeless classic opens Sept. 12 and is the first in a lineup of exciting performances for the 2014-15 Chorale season.

  • First pine siskin heralds beginning of fall migration

    Looking out my window early this morning, I saw a pine siskin at my feeder. The feeder is empty since I am all out of seed, so the bird did not stay long. However, pine siskins are frequent visitors to our winter feeders in this area.

  • Sustainability group has new board members

    Four new board members have been named to vacant seats at the Evergreen Alliance for Sustainability.

    The Evergreen nonprofit group works on projects in areas such as renewable energy and recycling. The group operates with a budget of about $50,000 per year, a part-time executive director, a 13-member board, and an advisory board.

    “We’re really excited to have the new energy,” said Rachel Emmer, executive director of the group. 

  • Q&A with HD25 Libertarian candidate Jack Woehr

    What are your qualifications for serving as a state representative from this district?

    I have been a political activist since 1975 and began campaigning for public office in 1994. In the past 20 years I have been involved with policy and policymakers, testifying many times before

  • Q&A with HD25 GOP candidate Jon Keyser

    What are your qualifications for serving as a state representative from this district? 

  • Q&A with HD25 Democratic candidate Janet Doyle

    What are your qualifications for serving as a state representative from this district?

    I am an experienced businesswoman with years of community involvement in our district and the ability to represent all constituents of HD25 across the political spectrum due to my moderate, pragmatic and fiscally responsible perspective. I have heard from many constituents that they want what I represent — a moderate, experienced, fiscally conservative community leader.

  • Walk to commemorate 50th anniversary of Wilderness Act

     

     

    The 5-mile hike begins at 9 a.m. at the trailhead at the RTD Park-n-Ride in Bergen Park at the Highway 74 and County Road 65, and continues to the Evergreen Lake House.

     

    “We encourage outdoor enthusiasts,” said Dee Lyons of the Friends of Mount Evans and Lost Creek Wildernesses, the organization hosting the walk in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service and other agencies.