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Wild summer for Jeffco readers

Registration is still open for Wild Ideas, this year’s theme in the Jeffco Library Summer Challenge. Book lovers of all ages can participate. Simply log onto to www.jeffcolibrary.org and click on … more

Wild West meets street fair

What do food, booths, music, the Wild West and kids activities have in common? Bailey Day, of course. Hundreds walked along Main Street, perusing the booths, trying some of the array of food and … more

'Back in the saddle'

The Evergreen Rodeo Parade is back — with horses, local groups and classic cars that have always made the festival a great time for young and old, locals and visitors. The longstanding Evergreen … more

For the love of skateboarding

They say if you do what you love, you never work a day in your life. That is true for Jaxon Statzell, a 2004 Evergreen High School graduate who has designed more than 100 skate parks all over the … more

Experiencing life’s abundance

One of the bigger misconceptions and mistakes I see or hear is around abundance. For some reason, many of us immediately associate abundance with money. And although having an abundance of money … more

Irreza draws 20-year sentence for attempted murder of AdCo deputy

Irreza draws 20-year sentence for attempted murder of AdCo deputy Staff reports Cesar Irreza, who pled guilty in April to attempted first-degree murder with extreme indifference charges in … more

The past keeps populating the present

For the past year and a half, old acquaintances I haven’t heard from in five, ten, fifteen and even twenty years have written to me. Has the same thing been happening to you? Most have been former … more

Equity markets wave yellow flag

Recent stock market headlines seem contrary to the real economy … or maybe they are predictions. Investors can choose opposing rationale and find justification in print virtually anywhere. Are … more

Collaboration in Jeffco Schools’ summer programs

As the 2020-21 school year drew to a close, a number of community organizations were concerned that summer supports for students would need to be more robust than ever to give students who struggled … more

Canyon Courier Sheriff's Calls for June 16

Open house CONIFER — When her drywall guy called on the morning of May 17 to say her garage and front door were standing wide open, she called JCSO to report a possible burglary. She bought the … more

Residents want more evacuation-route mitigation

About 20 Evergreen residents have asked the Evergreen Fire/Rescue board of directors to back off on saving money to build a new Station 1 and divert it instead to evacuation-route mitigation work. … more

EFR selects F+D International to design, build new Station 1

The Evergreen Fire/Rescue board gave Fire Chief Mike Weege the go-ahead to negotiate a contract with F+D International based in Boulder to design and build a new Station 1. The fire board has not … more

Evergreen girls lacrosse wins 7th in a row to claim league crown

LAKEWOOD — Evergreen’s girls lacrosse team remained as hot as the artificial turf field at Trailblazer Stadium late afternoon June 10. The Cougars — No. 2 in the CHSAANow.com Class 4A girls … more

Joining together for veterans

Indian Hills overflowed with support for servicemen and servicewomen on June 12, when the Mountain Resource Center hosted its annual Veterans Rendezvous at Eudaimonia. The festive summertime event … more

For the love for festivals … and rhubarb

The population of the town of Pine Grove grew nearly 10-fold on June 12 as locals and visitors gathered for the 33rd Rhubarb Festival. The historic town on Highway 126 south of Pine Junction usually … more

Developer sues Elk Creek Fire

The developer trying to build a controversial housing development behind Conifer Safeway is asking a judge to compel the Elk Creek Fire Protection District to sign a Fire Service Expansion Agreement … more

Urgent: Slow down to control hurry sickness

Do you count the cars in front of you and always move to the line that seems to go faster? Do you check out the items in grocery carts ahead of you and calculate which check-out lane will move … more

Living with Wildfire: Fuel reduction around your home

Wildfire has always played a prominent role in the environment of Colorado. Long before houses, towns and subdivisions were established across the landscape, fires were a natural result of the … more

Building a history of architecture in Denver

One of my favorite things about a city is the symphony of architectural and design styles that go into making it a vibrant and dynamic place to spend time. And History Colorado’s latest exhibit, … more

STEM shooter found guilty of first-degree murder

After five hours of deliberation, the jury in the trial against Devon Erickson found that he is guilty of first- degree murder for his role in the attack on STEM School Highlands Ranch on May 7, … more
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