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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

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

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

Cranky, they’re not

The Curmudgeons promise that while they are old, they’re not cranky — and they are interested in current events both in Evergreen and further afield. The Evergreen men’s group with 18 members … more

New executive director coming to Bootstraps

Bootstraps Inc., the nonprofit that provides loans and scholarships to college students, is seeing a changing of the guard. But the person taking the helm has been part of the nonprofit for years. … more

Evergreen attorney sentenced to 10 years in prison

The Evergreen attorney who pleaded guilty to six felonies including soliciting someone to kill her estranged husband's girlfriend will spend 10 years in prison. After three and a half hours of … more

Yellow House has a new owner

The Yellow House in Evergreen has a new owner, with the building remaining the same — and yellow. The building on Highway 73 that housed the Seniors’ Resource Center since 1986 closed at the … more

Elephant Butte Fire a year later

It took 130 firefighters, numerous apparatus, 56,000 gallons of water from Evergreen Lake and a drenching downpour to put out last year’s Elephant Butte Fire. The fire just west of downtown … more

Lessons yet to be learned on fire anniversary

We live in paradise. Everywhere you turn, life in the mountains delights. Whether it is catching sight of the local elk herd, marveling at a glorious Colorado sunset over the stunning mountains or … more

Golfers raise money for Elks charities

A little rain didn’t stop about 80 golfers from enjoying Hiwan Golf Club for the annual Evergreen Elks Charity Golf Tournament on June 28. The golfers took to the links, happy for the chance to … more

A gem of a couple

Nancy Pawluczkowycz says she will always make jewelry. The jewelry designer, half of the Evergreen Goldsmiths duo in the iconic building in downtown Evergreen, says she will miss Evergreen when she … more

Church service goes to the dogs

Dogs of all sizes made new friends the Church of the Hills Blessing of the Animals service. A couple cats attended, but they kept to themselves. The furry friends and their human companions gathered … more

Pizza, compost, and a nature/art combo

Wood-fired pizza comes to Evergreen Evergreen has a new pizza place — though soon it will be much more than that. Campfire Evergreen in the former Da Kind Soups building on Meadow Drive serves … more

Evergreen rower bound for the Olympics

It’s still pretty surreal for Evergreen’s Kendall Chase when she says the words, “I’m going to the Olympics.” The athlete, a 2012 Mullen High School graduate, is part of the U.S. women’s … more

Memorializing war heroes

Memorial Day's weather was a fitting backdrop to the somber recognition ceremony at the Veterans Memorial in Buchanan Park. Nearly 200 people stood in the rain to honor servicemen and servicewomen … more

The search is on for Evergreen-area business owners

Evergreen businesses are on a fishing expedition — trying to find the right bait to lure in a great catch of new employees. Some are offering wages in the range of $15 to $20 an hour, hoping that … more

Wild Game submits rezoning request

The owners of the Wild Game and the Evergreen Mercantile properties in Bergen Park have submitted their formal rezoning request to add residential units on the seven acres. The owners, Dave Wilson … 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

Preparing for wildfire in the foothills

Wildfire season is now considered to be year-round, and Rotary Wildfire Ready along with area fire departments are hosting a day of educational events to help residents prepare for what many say is … more
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