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Local News

  • Sheriff's Calls

    Down but not out

  • Investigators get fresh set of eyes on Long house

    Federal investigators working in conjunction with the task force investigating the Maggie Long murder case were on scene at the Long family residence in Bailey on Monday morning.
    “We just had another set of detectives up there that were just doing a walkthrough,” said Park County Undersheriff Dave Wohlers. “ … Getting a different opinion from an outside jurisdiction.”

  • Flu season arrives in Jeffco

    Flu season has arrived in Jefferson County, and public health officials recommend residents get a flu shot sooner rather than later.

    While many employers offer flu shots, and some may visit a primary care physician or local pharmacy to receive the vaccine, Jeffco Public Health offers the vaccination at the organization’s main office in Lakewood.

  • Conifer Jazzercise hosts 7th annual breast cancer fundraiser

    When Karen Eisenring first started attending the annual breast cancer fundraiser hosted by Conifer Jazzercise, she was just like any other participant.

    Now, during the event’s seventh year, Eisenring is a survivor.

    “It’s great,” Eisenring said, of being able to give back. “ … Without them raising money for research, a lot of us might not be here. It’s fantastic that they do it.”

  • Jeffco Adapted Athletics hosts third annual flag football event

    A beautiful sunny day greeted students from across Jefferson County who last Wednesday traveled to Lakewood’s Trailblazer Stadium for the third annual flag football tournament hosted by Jeffco Adaptive Athletics.

    With warm weather and back-to-back games, it was a happy day for all; smiles were plastered on the faces of flag football players and “coaches” alike.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    The gauntlet

  • Officials euthanize mountain lion found in downtown Evergreen

    A mountain lion found in downtown Evergreen on Monday afternoon after it killed a small dog has been euthanized because it was emaciated, and wildlife authorities believed it wouldn’t survive the winter.

  • Controlled burn planned in Indian Hills on Monday

    There will be a controlled burn with an air curtain burner in the upper end of the Indian Hills valley on Monday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. if there is enough snow still on the ground.

    Smoke will be visible from Genesee, Evergreen, Lookout Mountain, Parker and the West Denver metro area, according to Indian Hills Fire Chief Emery Carson.

    Anyone with questions can contact the Indian Hills Fire Department at 303-697-4568.

  • Evergreen man killed in a shooting in Aurora

    A 32-year-old Evergreen man died in Aurora on Oct. 31 after he reportedly jumped in front of a bullet to save his wife. 

    When Aurora police arrived on scene, they found Jacob Clymer suffering from a gunshot wound. According to a press release, Aurora officers performed live-saving measures before transporting Clymer to a nearby hospital where he was later pronounced dead. 

  • EPRD voters defeat bond, mill-levy questions — for now

    Votes are still being counted in Jefferson County, and as of noon Friday, the Evergreen Park & Recreation District was 241 votes away from getting a proposed mill-levy increaseand 324 votes away from getting a bond measure passed.

    Rec district officials are hoping for a miracle – that the vote will still go their way.

    As of noon Friday, 7,083 people voted against and 6,842 people voted for 6C, a proposal to increase property taxes by 2 mills for operational expenses.