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Today's News

  • Did the whistle pig steal my golf ball at Evergreen Golf Course?

    Christie Greene

  • Indian Hills to debut short movie on town’s history

    Residents of Indian Hills soon will have an opportunity to delve into the history of their community.
    A new 10-minute movie about Indian Hills is scheduled to play before the July 3 community movie in Arrowhead Park. It was a collaborative effort between Katie Linder-Jesse, the new town historian; Alison Vigil, an Indian Hills resident and producer at Root Sports; and more.

  • Inter-Canyon Fire approves participation in cancer program

    The Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District board of directors approved participation in a newly established program that provides financial awards to firefighters diagnosed with one of five types of cancer — brain, skin, digestive, hematological or genitourinary.

  • Conifer to host the circus again

    The circus is coming to Conifer. On July 16, Culpepper and Merriweather Circus will be erecting their one-ring show tents at Meyer Ranch. This is not the first local appearance for this fun-filled production as the Evergreen Chamber of Commerce brought it to Beaver Ranch in 2013. After that, Meyer Ranch became involved and hosted the group in 2015.

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  • Father’s Day takes on a different meaning

    Father’s Day has come and gone, but for 41 years it has never been the same.
    You see, since March 13, 1976, Father’s Day has taken on a completely different meaning for yours truly.  That was the day, as a 4-year-old boy, I was told that my father was no longer among the living. Tommy Hicks had passed away.

  • Electrical issues cited in Bailey house fire

        Electrical issues in an unfinished basement are believed to have contributed to a fire that severely damaged a home on Timber Top Lane in Bailey on Thursday morning.
        According to Platte Canyon Fire Captain Ben Dunning, the house fire was reported at 3:42 a.m. Thursday after one of the homeowners awoke to the smell of smoke.

  • Truck starts string of brush fires along U.S. 285

    A truck is believed to have started several spot fires along the U.S. 285 corridor in Conifer and Bailey earlier this week.
        According to Platte Canyon Fire Captain Ben Dunning, the Platte Canyon fire department responded to three grass fires on Tuesday along southbound U.S. 285 between mile markers 225 and 223.

  • New candle, home goods shop debuts at the Yellow Barn

    In a corner of Conifer there’s now a little pocket of Denver — or at least a shop that feels a lot like a city boutique with its handmade candles, locally roasted coffee and a steady stream of indie music on the speakers.

    But Yellow Barn Candles + Homegoods also has a distinctive mountain feel to it: From the natural wood shelving and poured pinecone candles to handcrafted Mexican blankets and the shop’s circular barn logo, the place reflects the community it’s in.

  • Solar panels set to be installed at EFPD station

    The Evergreen Fire Protection District board formally approved last week plans to install hundreds of solar panels on the roof of Station 2, effectively ending a years-long debate over reducing the fire district’s energy consumption through photovoltaic energy and other energy-saving measures.

    In a unanimous vote June 13, board members approved a $350,000 contract with Denver-based solar company BriteStreet Solar Built, the same company responsible for solar projects at the National Western Stock Show Complex and Centura Health’s Castle Rock Adventist Hospital.