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Today's News

  • Camp Ember teaches girls interested in fire service

    As a young girl living in Florida, Maddison Vurnam remembers when a child went missing in her neighborhood.

    The local fire department stayed out all night searching without taking breaks. It was this experience that inspired Vurnam, a 17-year-old home-school student from Arvada, to work someday in the fire service. When she heard about Camp Ember, a four-day immersive fire-based camp for girls, she knew she wanted to participate.

  • Indian Market and Powwow returns to The Fort

    As the warm June sun beat down on the grounds of The Fort in Morrison, several men put on regalia embellished with beads, bells, eagle feathers and many colors.

    Soon, they would gather for the grand entry at the Tesoro Cultural Center’s 18th annual Indian Market and Powwow, but not before taking a moment to appreciate their culture.

  • Morrison unanimously approves rezoning of Red Rocks Ranch

    After nearly two months of public hearings and discussion, the Morrison Town Board on May 31 unanimously approved rezoning Red Rocks Ranch and subsequently voted to disconnect the property from within its jurisdiction.

    The decision marks a big win for many Morrison residents who see the disconnection as a means of upholding the town’s longtime goal to “Keep Morrison, Morrison.” Furthermore, several Morrison board members said they are relieved to complete the process, citing sleepless nights due to a tough decision.

  • Littleton resident wins Georgetown burro race

    GEORGETOWN — The beautiful Memorial Day weekend weather just added to the fun and excitement of the annual burro race in Georgetown on May 26 — the first of two burro races that weekend in Clear Creek County.

    In the end, after an organizing headache forced coordinators to reroute the race, Littleton resident Joe Malander, 39, came out on top, but just barely.

  • Columbine athletics wins out the school year

    In my short tenure as the sports editor for Evergreen Newspapers, which covers nine high schools, I’ve seen my fair share of exceptional tournament runs and amazing stories come out of the past year. But as far as success on the field/court/course goes, one school sticks out among the rest: Columbine.

  • Stage 1 fire restrictions implemented in Jeffco

    The Jeffco Sheriff's Office has enacted temporary stage 1 fire restrictions for all lands in Jefferson County, effective 6 p.m. June 5 due to “current dry conditions favorable for the possibility of a wildfire, and limited availability of fire control resources.”

  • Stage 1 fire restrictions implemented in Jeffco

    The Jeffco Sheriff's Office has enacted temporary stage 1 fire restrictions for all lands in Jefferson County, effective 6 p.m. June 5 due to “current dry conditions favorable for the possibility of a wildfire, and limited availability of fire control resources.”

  • Mom, former boyfriend sentenced to prison for abusing 2-year-old

     In the four months of 2017 when Joshua Gonzales interacted with the 2-year-old daughter of his former girlfriend, the child endured physical abuse unlike any Denver health professional had seen before.   

    Because of this, Gonzales, 22, will spend 32 years in prison. He was sentenced Thursday afternoon, a little over a month after a Jeffco jury found him guilty of one class-3 felony charge of child abuse with serious bodily injury. 

  • Go back to school

    Joe Webb

  • Status shouldn’t be tied to witch hunt

    As Colorado Democrats attempt to elect a Secretary of State for the first time since 1954, one of the things some people have tried to pin on Republican secretary of state Wayne Williams is too much cooperation with President Donald Trump’s ridiculous voter fraud witch hunt last year. Those charges are wrong and misleading.