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Today's News

  • Morrison’s Cider Fest a true celebration of fall

    With apple cider, bluegrass music and cool, dreary weather, Saturday’s Cider Fest in Morrison served as the perfect kickoff to fall.

    “This is fall,” Gus Chambers, co-founder of the festival, said to the crowd who lounged on hay bales with cold beers in hand. “It was summer just about three days ago.”

    The festival began 28 years ago as a way to bring the small mountain community of Morrison together, and Gus marveled at its growth over the years.

  • Askins arraignment continued for 3rd time

    The arraignment for the man accused of lighting Roman candles that started the North Turkey Creek Fire on March 22 has been continued for the third time.

    Andrew Askins, 18, was charged in late April with two class-4 felonies of second-degree arson in connection with lighting fireworks while Jefferson County was in a stage-2 fire ban.

    He appeared before the court Monday for an arraignment but asked for a continuance. At an arraignment, the rights of the defendant are formally read and a plea is entered.

  • Chatfield ends long drought against rival Columbine

    By Dennis Pleuss

    LAKEWOOD — The streak is over in the biggest football rivalry in South Jeffco.

    Chatfield, ranked No. 3 in the CHSAANow.com Class 4A football poll, defeated rival Columbine for the first time since 2009. The Chargers took a 35-14 victory over the Rebels, No. 4 in 5A, on Sept. 22 at Jeffco Stadium.

  • Dakota Ridge’s offense still looking to get on track after loss

    By Dennis Pleuss

    LAKEWOOD — Pueblo West football made a productive and successful road trip to Jeffco Stadium on Friday, Sept. 22.

    It didn’t look like a masterpiece at times, but the Cyclones (4-0 record), ranked No. 7 in the latest CHSAANow.com Class 4A football poll, stayed undefeated on the season with a 31-7 victory.

  • D’Evelyn volleyball downs Middle Park in thriller

     

    DENVER — All season long, D’Evelyn volleyball has been rolling. On Saturday, it won its own Varsity Challenge Tournament to stay perfect on the season, but not without facing its greatest test yet in Middle Park.

    Heading into their third match of the day, the Jaguars had only lost one game the entire season. But after Middle Park tied up the match at one game apiece after a long battle, they were in jeopardy of losing perfection.

  • Evergreen soccer defeats Conifer in rivalry matchup

    By Craig Harper

    EVERGREEN — Saddled with a 1-5 record and a two-game losing streak, the last thing it seemed the Evergreen soccer team needed heading into the annual Mountain Cup against rival Conifer was the absence of head coach Ross Fowler on the sideline.

    But maybe having Fowler relegated to keeping statistics in the EHS press box was a shot in the arm for the Cougars, with Fowler on suspension for an undisclosed reason.

  • Man dies in deputy-involved shooting near Ken Caryl

    A man has died after a confrontation with a Jeffco deputy in South Jeffco, according to the Jeffco Sheriff’s Office. The deputy wasn’t injured.

    The Sheriff’s Office received a call at 3:42 p.m. from a motorist concerned about a car — a black Audi sedan — driving erratically westbound on C-470. The car reportedly was speeding and passing cars on the shoulder of the road.

  • Importance of a nonpartisan school board race

    Jason Glass, superintendent of Jeffco Public Schools

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  • Importance of a nonpartisan school board race

    Jason Glass, superintendent of Jeffco Public Schools