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Rocking kindness at Wilmot Elementary

Kindness, community and art have been rolled into one as part of the Wilmot Elementary School rocks project. Starting the first day of school in August, art teacher Elisabeth Marcus had students … more

Affording to live in Evergreen

A group forming in Evergreen hopes to find and create affordable housing options in the area.  Thirteen people who met for the first time at Cactus Jack’s in Evergreen on Oct. 4 come from all … more

Tasting what Evergreen has to offer

If food is the way to a person's heart, then about 400 area residents are pretty happy after attending the Evergreen Area Chamber of Commerce's Taste of Evergreen. The event on Oct. 5 at the … more

Tending to seniors in a new way

Mike Kart of Evergreen needed a lifeline. The 89-year-old wanted to stay in his home but couldn't manage alone. Among those who help him is ECARES or Evergreen Community Assistance Resources and … more

Rec centers to require masks for unvaccinated

Masks will only be required in Evergreen’s rec centers for those who are unvaccinated against COVID-19 and those attending children’s programs beginning Oct. 15. The Evergreen Park & … more

CBE’s new executive director is making waves

Starting as the executive director at Congregation Beth Evergreen just four weeks before the High Holidays, Luke Colaciello dove right into his new role as the temple administrator.  He told the … more

Getting a kick out of football

Evergreen senior Maddie Cortez never thought she’d be the first. She’s joined the football team — as a punter and kicker — and by all accounts, there has never been another female player on … more

Ovation West celebrates golden milestone

When Frank Plaut joined Evergreen Chorale in 1976, little did he know that he would play the rabbi in “Fiddler on the Roof” four times in the next 45 years — including in the group’s current … more

The cat’s meow

Shoes are piling up at Wilmot Elementary School. So far, 332 pairs of shoes have been counted and bundled, waiting for Blue Spruce Kiwanis to pick them up and send them to the nonprofit Soles4Souls. … more

Digging for history at Golden’s Astor House

Archaeology isn’t all holy grails and temples of doom — there’s also community archaeology, which focuses on members of the community exploring the stories of people who lived their lives in … more

Celebrating homecoming Elk Run style

The seniors — at Elk Run Assisted Living — danced the afternoon away on Sept. 23, dressed in their finest with corsages and boutonnieres at their homecoming dance. A group of residents stood in … more

Creating an art scene

If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then there was plenty to behold as art lovers went from artist home to artist home during last weekend's Open Door Studios. Thirty-two artists from El Rancho … more

On a holy day, congregation pushes reset on the past year

On the holiest day of the year for people of Jewish faith, congregants of Beth Evergreen Synagogue gathered for one of the first times in more than 18 months. more

Flying on birds’ wings

Evergreen has lost an icon. Sylvia Brockner, environmental activist, educator, writer and artist, died Sept. 3 at the age of 101. She was involved in many area organizations, fought for open space … more

20 years of chili, honoring firefighters

Who knew that the musings of an Evergreen man waiting for a friend to arrive at the Morrison Inn 20 years ago would evolve into the iconic Big Chili? The man, Bob Potrykus, paged through a Canyon … more

Center for the Arts Evergreen's Summerfest full of Labor Day weekend fun

Artist Mark Mahorney of Kremmling was hard at work at his booth at Summerfest on Sept. 5. The wood carver was creating a portrait of a Native American on beetle-kill pine he had charred. He used a … more

Flying flags for patriots at Evergreen school

The loud roar of three helicopters overhead excited the crowd and was a perfect finale to Marshdale Elementary's Patriot Day Recognition Ceremony. On Sept. 10, about 30 local veterans and first … more

Community and firefighters celebrate return of Big Chili, reflect on 9/11 anniversary

There was no better way for local firefighters to mark the 20th anniversary of 9/11 than by spending time with their colleagues and communities at the Big Chili Cook-Off. At least, that was how … more

Permanent refill station, vintage clothing store open in Evergreen

The Evergreen Sustainability Alliance’s EverGREEN Refill Station in no longer only a pop-up shop. It has landed in the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Bergen Park, offering shampoos, conditioners, … more

Pedaling to the top

Andrew Speers, Evergreen High School mountain biking team head coach, is surprised that people are surprised the school has a mountain biking team. Not just a mountain biking team — but a team 65 … more
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