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Today's News

  • EPRD briefs

    Active4All raises $14,000 at Lake Plunge

    The Evergreen Lake Plunge raised $14,000, a remarkable achievement considering the Active4All Foundation took over organizing the event at the 11th hour, according to a member of the foundation board.

  • Students display filmmaking skills at festival

    Whether it was family adventures or fiction stories, thrillers or documentaries, the student film festival at Evergreen Country Day School had something for everyone.

    The student festival was part of Mountainfilm on Tour, which showed professional films on Friday and Saturday. The student portion was added last year to give young filmmaker wannabes a chance to show their work.

  • Boulder-based filmmaker discusses coral documentary project with area residents

    Zack Rago of Boulder is on a mission: Get others to understand the devastating effects of global warming on all living things, especially on his precious coral, and get them to do something about it.

    Rago, a self-proclaimed coral nerd, helped film a documentary called “Chasing Coral,” during which he witnessed first-hand coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef off the east coast of Australia. Bleaching occurs when the ocean’s waters get too warm, and it is usually the last step before coral dies.

  • Evergreen soccer equalizes No. 1 Jaguars

    LAKEWOOD — Late into the 2019 girls soccer season, both Evergreen and D’Evelyn are controlling their own destinies on the pitch.

    On Thursday at Lakewood Memorial Field, however, the Cougars — ranked No. 7 in last week’s CHSAANow.com poll — took a slight advantage over their conference foes by tying the first-ranked Jaguars in a goalie battle, 1-1.

  • Chatfield girls lacrosse sweeps Jeffco League

    By Dennis Pleuss

    Jeffco Public Schools

    LAKEWOOD — Chatfield had officially clinched its first girls lacrosse conference title since 2014 before taking the field Thursday at Trailblazer Stadium.

    Completing an undefeated record in the Jeffco League with an 18-1 victory over Bear Creek was the cherry on top for a historic conference season for the Chargers (12-3, 8-0 in Jeffco).

  • Evergreen girls lacrosse outshoots Conifer

    CONIFER — Despite a late start to its 2019 season, the Evergreen girls lacrosse team is catching up fast, and the Cougars have been rolling lately.

    On Thursday at Conifer High School, they earned their seventh straight W with a victory over the rival Lobos in a 12-7 effort.

    Although Evergreen (9-3) certainly led the attack throughout much of the game, sophomore goalie Lauren Spence contributed greatly to its success by dampening the Lobos’ (9-5) offense. She made 18 saves to bring her season total to 147.

  • Middle of the PAC: Local rugby team gearing up for postseason

    Coming into its 20th season, PAC rugby had to overcome some early, weather-related hurdles before it was really able to get into the groove of things. But now, just a few months later, the local Misfits are poised to make a run in the postseason, which starts this week.

  • BIZBEAT: Fill your mountain biking needs and more at O.M.G.

    Find everything mountain bike and more at Outbound Mountain Gear in downtown Evergreen.

    Located in the former Twigs space, the store — known as O.M.G. — opened in March just in time for the mountain biking season to begin. Co-owner Mike Weisberg hangs out in the shop with Luna the shop dog, who is a Native American shepherd.

  • Students of all ages listen to others, give feedback at King-Murphy’s Young Writers Conference

    King-Murphy Elementary students read books at school on Thursday — not just to themselves but to their classmates.

    The entire school participated in a Young Writers Conference in which one student from each grade is put into a group, and they find a place in the school to share something they have written. Everyone listens and gives feedback, and when each child is done reading, the adult leader puts a sticker on the book, lauding them for their excellent work.

  • Generations: Vivian Burrows: Engaged and involved in a variety of activities

    I don’t think I’ve ever met a person in her 80s who is more engaged in life and involved in numerous endeavors than Conifer resident Vivian Burrows.

    As an example, I had to request an appointment time with her last week as she had a birthday party in Bailey in the morning and Great Decisions in the evening. She would have to leave that group early to get to choir practice.

    She also found time to drop off some laundry for her son, a much-beloved bagger at Evergreen Safeway, Craig Burrows. Whew!