Keyword: Deb Hurley Brobst
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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

Art for all in Evergreen

Saturday was a convergence of the arts in many of its forms. Day of the Arts combined visual and performing arts in a fun-filled day for kids and adults alike. Center for the Arts Evergreen hosted … more

Protecting your skin while not staying in

Coloradans love to tout the state’s sunshine with the warmth and mood boost it provides, but the sun’s rays also are something to be reckoned with, especially as we get into the swing of summer. … more

Wagering on probability

“You’re got to know when to hold `em, know when to fold `em,” know when to throw the dice, know when to bet. In math teacher Calvin Berg’s classes at Clear Creek High School, students are … more

A marriage of the artistic kind

What started as a quest to find sports artists for Center for the Arts Evergreen turned into a much more personal art exhibit with two Boulder artists who have never shown their artwork together … more

Clear Creek moves forward with 4-day school week for 2022-23

A four-day school week is a step closer to reality for Clear Creek children in the 2022-23 school year after the school board on April 20 asked the superintendent to create a resolution to be … more

Rocking the baby - 18 learn the ins and outs of babysitting in six-hour class

There’s more to babysitting than simply playing with children — much more. That was the overriding lesson of a babysitting class on April 10 attended by 18 area would-be babysitters at the … more

Lake trail construction plans move forward

Plans to rebuild the north section of the Evergreen Lake trail are moving forward, with construction expected to start in November and be completed in summer 2022. In the meantime, the Evergreen Park … more

Eating the colors of the rainbow at West Jeff Elementary

“Red and yellow and pink and green, Purple and orange and blue, I can eat a rainbow, eat a rainbow, eat a rainbow too.” With apologies to composer Arthur Hamilton, whose original children’s … more

CCSD decision: four- or five-day school week

The Clear Creek school board and district officials are trying to wrap their heads around the issues surrounding a potential move to a four-day school week. They began official discussions in the … more

Music festivals planned this summer

The foothills will have an outdoor music celebration on Memorial Day — the first time in decades for such an event — in addition to the annual July 4 function. The inaugural Memorial Day Music … more

Going to bat for misunderstood creatures

You could say members of Colorado BatCREW are batty — in a good way — about the winged creatures. The group of licensed wildlife rehabilitators and educators across Colorado are on a mission to … more

Proposed Conifer Center development draws ire from resident

The Conifer Center proposal has raised the hackles of area residents as the developers move forward to request rezoning a 47-acre property south and west of Conifer Safeway for 188 residential units. … more

Launching into educational fun

3 … 2 … 1 … blast off! Clear Creek Middle School students counted down before they launched their rockets high into the sky recently as part of Stephanie Mellon's STEM (science, technology, … more

Turning the Page: Kindness acts and poetry

`Thank Forward: A Gratitude Action Kit’ By Julie Shields and Mia Logan Sometimes people need to be reminded that kindness comes in actions both large and small, so Bailey resident Julie Shields and … more

Having a heart for love

Love and romance sum up Valentine’s Day. Yet, showing our love has taken on new meaning in a pandemic world. People can celebrate at home together, purchase gifts and get creative for the Feb. 14 … more
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