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Morrison to keep police department

Morrison residents want the town to keep a community police force. That was the message about 15 residents shared at a Nov. 16 meeting of the Town Board, which is deciding the police department’s … more

EHS seniors journey to the edge of space

As they prepare to send a weather balloon to the edge of space, Evergreen High School STEM capstone seniors are working to make sure their payload boxes can withstand the descent back to the ground … more

Accessing Colorado - How different resources open the outdoors to people with disabilities

When looking to get outside and make memories with friends and family, disability should not be something that limits someone experiencing the outdoors. Check out examples of accessibility in … more

Calling all book lovers

Reading five to six books every month for an entire year to select material and authors for the Rocky Mountain Literary Festival is just part of the leg work behind the scenes of the annual … more

Evergreen-area RNs tackle nurse burnout through healing groups, resources

Nurses who have been in the profession for decades are leaving because of overwhelming burnout and stress, and Jacqueline Angelo, a former bedside nurse, is trying to help. By creating a nurses … more

Morrison police chief resigns

Morrison Police Chief Misty Siderfin is resigning after three months in the position, with her last day Oct. 21. In her Oct. 7 letter of resignation, Siderfin states that she is “unable to continue … more

CA 1006 Leaves PP

The aspen trees in Elk Meadow Park are boasting bright yellow tones to kick off October. In Evergreen, this park is host to many trails where hikers can view the changing leaves and maybe catch a … more

CDOT: Changes on the horizon for U.S. 285 and Kings Valley

Plans to reconfigure the Kings Valley interchange on U.S. 285 have hit some snags, but CDOT still hopes to start construction in 2023 to help alleviate traffic accidents there. CDOT has just learned … more

How do you like them apples?

With the hard cider flowing, the bounce house full of kids and all hands on deck at the cider press, Morrison's annual Ciderfest was in full swing on Sept. 25. It turns out that 2021 is the perfect … more

Bring your own chainsaw

The cacophony of chainsaws, splitters and axes rang through the morning as members of the Conifer community split wood for those in need. At Conifer Community Church’s annual Split & Steak on … more

A day of family festivities in Kittredge

People of all ages stepped into hula hoops and began to circle their hips, hoping to make the ring stay above the ground. On Sept. 18, Kittredge Civic Association hosted its annual CanyonFest in … 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
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