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Today's News

  • SRC President: No plans to end services despite downsizing

    Despite downsizing the staff at the Seniors’ Resource Center site in Evergreen, there is no plan to end services for seniors there, according to SRC President Chris Lynn.

    “No, not the case, not even close,” Lynn said in response to a question about whether the Evergreen SRC — known as the Yellow House on Highway 73 — would be closing.

  • Venue executive director brings a wealth of theater knowledge

    For Lora Haimes, there’s just something special about watching kids gain confidence through theater.

    “I love watching them come in and how they progress and develop through the experience,” she said. “I’ve just seen kids who come in, you know, looking at their shoes.

  • Work continues to create an Evergreen Local Improvement District

    It’s been a year since the county and Evergreen residents formally talked about creating a local improvement district, but work on the proposal continues. 

  • Jeffco Schools nix proposal to rebuild Columbine HS

    Jeffco Public Schools asked and the community answered: Columbine High School will remain at its spot near the corner of South Pierce Street and West Bowles Avenue in South Jeffco.

  • IHFR working toward hardship policy

    After a request following a patient transport, Indian Hills Fire Rescue is moving toward adopting a financial hardship policy.

    According to board president Scott Kellar, the decision to look into financial hardship policies began after a patient requested the district waive a portion of the cost of an ambulance transport by Indian Hills.

    If a procedure is ultimately approved by the board of directors, Indian Hills would have a uniform way to handle such requests.

  • Parks briefs

    Jeffco set to allocate annual funds to Beaver Ranch

    Jeffco Open Space plans to allocate money annually to the Beaver Ranch Community through its Conservation Trust Fund.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    No Trash-passing

  • Greene: Will Colorado roll out the red carpet for the gray wolf?

    Ready or not, you could be approached by someone wielding a clipboard who wants to educate you about the Gray Wolves Initiative.

    The plan will require Colorado’s Parks and Wildlife Commission to develop and implement a plan to reintroduce gray wolves to the state’s Western Slope. In 2020, voters could have the opportunity to weigh in on whether they are willing to bring back the apex predator that has been absent from Colorado since 1940.

  • Romberg: Demanding efficient use of public money

    When I think about tax policy and the impact of taxes on regular people, I often think about a conversation I had with former state rep. Betty Neale when the General Assembly was considering legislation to require people to have more elements in their auto insurance policies.

  • Hicks: Sorry kids but summertime is over

    Thursday started probably like most other school days. Parents woke up at the crack of dawn, if not earlier, to get things in order and children followed suit — I’m sure some a bit grumpy, others happy as could be that another school year was upon us.

    Wait, what? It’s time for school already. But it’s only Aug. 15. How could this be?

    Wait, you’re telling me some kids have already been in school for at least a day, some even longer in other parts of the state or country. How can this be? It is still summertime.