Today's News

  • Exhibit of Native American art coming to Evergreen

    Jack Lima blames his mother for his obsession with Native American art. “She had this arrowhead that I coveted when I was 5 years old. I wanted to know everything about it. Who made? Why did they use it? But I had to get married and open a gallery before she would give it to me,” says Lima.

  • This ‘Monty’ is full of laughs and meaning
  • Parker man dies when motorcycle crashes in Bear Creek Canyon

    A Parker man died about noon Sunday after his motorcycle skidded and flipped off Highway 74 between Idledale and Morrison, according to a Colorado State Patrol spokesman.
    Paul Tabcun, 40, died when his 2003 Indian Chief went out of control, according to Trooper Nate Reid. No other vehicles were involved in the wreck.
    “(Tabcun) lost control of the motorcycle in a left-hand curve,” Reid said. “The motorcycle went down on its left side and skidded for a little while.”

  • Morrison man arrested amid seizure of explosives

    Federal agents arrested a Morrison man last Thursday after an undercover operation revealed he allegedly was making explosives and planned to sell them for cash or cocaine.

    Richard Lawrence Sandberg, 35, was charged with one count of possession of a firearm after bomb squads from the ATF, Jeffco Sheriff’s Office and Denver police removed several improvised explosive devices from his home at 4648 S. Swadley Way.

    Lawrence, who said he is a former Marine special forces soldier, could face up to 10 years in federal prison if convicted.

  • Keeping things in perspective

    On Jan. 25, 1998, all was right with the world. That was the day the Broncos won their first Super Bowl, over the Green Bay Packers. After the game, I remember standing at a Conoco on Wadsworth, filling the car with gas and listening to car horns joyfully puncture the crisp night air. It was, in a word, blissful.

  • Rare redpolls spotted at area feeder

    As I predicted a few weeks ago, this has become a redpoll winter. Over this past weekend, at least four different reports were on the Denver Field Ornithologists Rare Bird Alert.

  • Sheriff's Calls


    Deputies ‘on-demand’

  • Improved emergency-notification program available to residents, businesses

    A new emergency-notification service is available to residents and businesses in the Evergreen Fire Protection District who would like to receive alerts on their mobile phones as well as land lines.
    This CodeRED system replaces the problem-plagued FIRST CALL or 911.net, said Doug Saba, fire and life safety educator for Evergreen Fire/Rescue.

  • At Snowflake Circus, the sky’s the limit

    Many people dream at some point in their lives about joining a circus.

    In Evergreen, some students do more than dream. They’re learning circus arts with the hope of one day performing under the big top.

    At Snowflake Circus, students take classes in aerial arts, circus skills, acrobatics and tightrope walking. For some, it’s fun and great exercise; for others, it may be a career opportunity.

  • Kids join cancer battle

    A new club at King-Murphy Elementary School collected hundreds of dollars at a bake sale last week, but its real goal was to show kindness and empathy for children with cancer.

    The four fifth-graders who are members of the TCCC — Taking Care of Cancer Club — donated the proceeds from their two-day bake sale to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., and to the Children’s Hospital Colorado cancer unit.