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Despite ceremony's snowy weather, Evergreen graduates' futures are sunny

Evergreen High School’s Class of 2022 has adapted to a lot of craziness over the past four years. So, Mother Nature gave the 227 graduates a final exam on resiliency and adaptability during May 20’s graduation ceremony at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
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Fire extinguished on Nob Hill in the El Rancho area
Evergreen and Foothills firefighters quickly doused a grass fire in the El Rancho area May 11 that burned less than a quarter acre.
I-70 to be paved this summer from Chief Hosa to Floyd Hill
If temperatures are getting warmer, it must mean construction season is here.

Evergreen library patrons want traditional, natural space

Patrons of the Evergreen library want the place to continue its natural, traditional feel with some updates including changes to the teen and children’s areas.

Evergreen, Ralston Valley heading into girls soccer playoffs

ARVADA — There was one guarantee May 5 at the North Area Athletic Complex … Evergreen’s girls soccer team would be bringing the Class 4A Jeffco League plaque home for the …

Rosalie pendant unveiled at Evergreen Gallery

An angel has arrived in Evergreen — the Evergreen Angel, that is.

Kittredge residents hope animosity subsides over Bear Creek shore ownership

One thing is true regarding the dispute over access to Bear Creek at Kittredge Park: It has divided the community with hurt feelings on both sides.

A Borgata owner Pennie Gaudi with Mia the shop puppy.

BizBeat: farewell bash, dog training and new apparel store

Conifer says goodbye to the current owner of a Borgata, Evergreen trainer offers force-free training, downtown gets a new clothing shop
Creekside Cellars

Three patios to check out in Evergreen

With the weather warming up, patio dining is once again in season. These three restaurants in Evergreen boast patio views, unique food and local drinks.
Evergreen Fire/Rescue’s Station 1 will be replaced by 2024. Some Evergreen residents would like the EFR board to divert some of the money it is saving for the building to do mitigation on evacuation routes.

EFR learns about issues with lease at former Mountain Market property

Evergreen Fire/Rescue is trying to solve an issue with a tenant’s lease in the former Evergreen Mountain Market, especially since the department plans to demolish the building late this year to make way for a new Station 1.
Aiden Rowell, 16, who placed first in the 14-18 category with a time of 4:12.63.

Session Series at Floyd Hill: Week Two

The second annual four-week long Session Series at Floyd Hill started this month, with May 18 seeing a crowd of about 100 and almost everyone with a bike.

Sheriff's Calls

Sheriff’s Calls is intended as a humorous take on some of the incident call records of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office for the mountain communities. Names and identifying details have been changed. All individuals are innocent until proven guilty.
Miranda Tucker smiles through her donation.

Rolling up sleeves at Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District

Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District collected over 19 pints of blood at a blood drive May 16. 
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