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who moved to Kittredge six weeks ago - quickly learned on Saturday what the town is all about. [Read More]
Three women business leaders in Evergreen were inducted into the inaugural Mountain Area Women in Business Hall of Fame on Friday. [Read More]
Whether it's the song "People Who Need People" or "Don't Rain on My Parade," the music of "Funny Girl" is so iconic — and it... [Read More]
Sept. 12 was a gorgeous day to be outdoors — and painting. [Read More]
Conifer Community Church was a hubbub of activity Saturday as 200 volunteers gathered for the annual Split & Steak, five hours of tough work to... [Read More]
By Deb Hurley Brobst Staff Writer School returned to normal on Monday at Wilmot Elementary School after a water main break on Friday. School remained... [Read More]
 Wilmot Elementary School was open on Friday despite a water main break that forced the water to be shut off. "I am nothing but impressed... [Read More]
Happy Birthday, Center for the Arts Evergreen. On Sunday, the art gallery will celebrate its first birthday in its new, permanent home in the former... [Read More]
Everything from realistic to the abstract is on display at the Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition at Center for the Arts Evergreen. [Read More]
History came alive last weekend when volunteers taught young and old alike about log homes, medicinal herbs, games — and johnny cakes — at Staunton... [Read More]
It's been five years since Bear Creek rose to flood levels — thanks to nearly 7 inches of rain — and on Friday the 13th... [Read More]
Science is alive and well at West Jefferson Middle School. [Read More]
While the foothills real estate market is still strongly favoring sellers, area agents say it's slowly beginning to cool — a good thing for both... [Read More]
New Year's activities at Evergreen Lake will see big changes this year. Skate the Lake on New Year's Eve now will be operated by the... [Read More]
Lee Shortt, who has been a staple in downtown Evergreen for 51 years, has decided to hang up his hair-cutting shears. [Read More]
The grove at Hiwan Heritage Park was alive with colorful artwork, toe-tapping music, and tasty food and drink last weekend. [Read More]
Jack Karle loves anything firefighter. [Read More]
 The Jefferson County Sheriff' Office is looking for a 75-year-old woman who was last seen at 10 a.m. Friday in Evergreen. It has issued a... [Read More]
An Alice man suspected of shooting at someone in the El Rancho area last March has had his arraignment continued to September. Matthew Gaten, 31, was... [Read More]
There is no museum or center in the United States that stores and preserves documents from mountain rescue teams. But, give it a few years,... [Read More]