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The sounds of hamburger frying, water simmering and teenage girls chatting emanated from an Evergreen home’s kitchen on Feb. 20 as the group made several casseroles.
Applications for the DriveSafe Scholarship in Colorado are open to high school, undergrad and trade school students in Colorado through April 2, with winners announced on May 1.
Soon, all of our elk and deer will start to look like females! Only a close inspection from a super-powered camera or a peek out of the living room window will reveal whether an animal is male by the presence of pedicles, the base of growth for the antlers.
Six people have died in avalanches in the United States since the snow started to fly this fall. Every year, an average of 27 people —skiers, snowboarders, snowmobilers, snowshoers — die this way.
Ice rescues in Evergreen are not common, but they do happen, even to help an elk that has fallen through the ice.
Area fire departments hope residents will be wiser this winter by taking care of their wood-burning fireplaces, woodstoves and chimneys, and by properly disposing of ashes.
Ski patrollers and paramedics at Loveland Ski Area submitted a petition on Feb. 15 for a representative election to vote on unionizing as the Loveland Ski Patrol Professional Union under CWA 7781, the Professional Ski Patrols of America.
On Feb. 14, 12 couples got married and 63 renewed their vows at the 32nd annual Mountaintop Matrimony mass wedding ceremony at Loveland Ski Area, hosted in the Forest Meadow run area.
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Thursday, March 16
One Clear Creek High School senior made the Western National Colorado Ski Team and helped Colorado bring home the gold at the Western US High School Alpine Championships.
Thursday, March 16
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Tuesday, March 7
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Wednesday, January 25
DENVER – The Colorado High School Activities Association had to take care of some sad business before its legislative council meeting Jan. 24.
It said goodbye to a pair of administrators, …
Tuesday, January 24
The long, sought-after pay increases for high-school game officials are officially in play.
The Colorado High School Activities Association’s legislative council, which makes CHSAA’s …