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2019 graduation dates in Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region  Colorado Springs Gazette

It's celebration time for thousands of high school and college students around Colorado Springs and in the Pikes Peak region. Here's a schedule of ...



Steamboat Springs cross country ski team competes in Aspen  Steamboat Pilot & Today

The Steamboat Springs Nordic Ski Team competed in a 5-kilometer Classic ski race hosted by Aspen Valley High School on Saturday.



Graduation schedule for Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region  Colorado Springs Gazette

It's celebration time for thousands of high school and college students in Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region. Here's a schedule of commencement ...



2018 graduation schedule for Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak region high schools, colleges  Colorado Springs Gazette

It's celebration time for thousands of high school and college students in Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region. Here's a schedule of 2018 ...



Uphill skiing? It's the local pride of Aspen  Colorado Springs Gazette

At Aspen Snowmass's four mountains, skiing locals are going the wrong way — or so visitors think.



Gazette Preps 2019 baseball preview capsules  Colorado Springs Gazette

5A/4A Colorado Springs Metro. Coronado Cougars. Coach: Trevor Stewart, third season. Last year: 9-10 (6-6 5A CSML). Returning starters: Beau Chauvin, sr., ...



LIST: 2017 graduation calendar for high schools, colleges around Colorado Springs  Colorado Springs Gazette

It will soon be celebration time for thousands of high school and college students around Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region. The graduation season ...



Finalists for state's first dual superintendent format field questions from Harrison D-2 community  Colorado Springs Gazette

What will be done to retain teachers and staff? How will two leaders be better than one? What will help students do better in school?



Colorado Springs unemployment rate inches up to 3½-year high  Colorado Springs Gazette

The unemployment rate for the Colorado Springs area edged up in January to a 3½-year high as the area's labor force contracted for the first time in a year, the.



6 things we know about a Florida teen Sol Pais, accused of threatening Denver schools  Colorado Springs Gazette

A Florida teen accused of threatening schools in the metro area the week of the the 20th anniversary of the Columbine tragedy was found dead with a ...



2 leave Colorado College hockey, including Colorado Springs native  Colorado Springs Gazette

On Wednesday, the Hobey Baker Award fan vote opened, and Colorado College seniors Trey Bradley and Westin Michaud are on the list of 81 nominees.



List: 2016 graduation ceremonies in the Colorado Springs area  Colorado Springs Gazette

PIKES PEAK-AREA GRADUATIONS It's celebration time for thousands of high school and college students in the Pikes Peak region. Here's a schedule of ...



The best Philly-quality cheesesteak in Colorado Springs may have been found | Pikes Picks  Colorado Springs Gazette

I once got the taste of Philly at one of that city's more famous joints: Geno's. Every cheesesteak after that was subpar at best — until now. Our city's own.



PHOTOS: Vanguard defeats Delta in 3A boys' basketball quarterfinals  Colorado Springs Gazette

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Thursday's traffic: Crash on U.S. 24 at 31st Street clear  Colorado Springs Gazette

Roundup of Thursday's traffic and road conditions around Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region.



5 years after bikes allowed on Pikes Peak Highway, 'pleasant surprises'  Colorado Springs Gazette

The riders have generally been strong and conscientious, “prepared for different conditions and weather,” says Jack Glavan, manager of Pikes Peak - America's ...



14 regional franchises Colorado Springs residents wish we had  Colorado Springs Gazette

With the recent addition of Trader Joe's and with In-N-Out arriving in town in 2020, we asked Gazette readers on Facebook what popular regional establishments ...



Springs outfit part of UCHealth merger to help employers with self-funded health plans  Colorado Springs Gazette

University of Colorado Health will merge operations in Colorado Springs and Fort Collins into a new division that it hopes will broaden its reach in providing ...



Colorado Springs soldier educates others through 'Game of Thrones' and 'Stars Wars'  Colorado Springs Gazette

Matt Cavanaugh was caught in a holding pattern, as it goes for American military personnel leaving a place like South Korea. He had spent most of 2015 and ...



EDITORIAL: Defeat red flag bill in the Colorado Senate  Colorado Springs Gazette

If the Colorado Senate passes a red flag law, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser expects the state's 64 sheriffs to enforce it.



Your 2019 Colorado adventure bucket list: 8 great destinations  Colorado Springs Gazette

Colorado fourteeners among your 2019 resolution? Fine. We aim to point you off the beaten path.



Colorado Springs International Dragon Boat Races 2018  Colorado Springs Gazette

Dragon Boat teams race to the finish line in a 500 meter sprint on Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. (Katie Klann/The Gazette)



Colorado Springs unemployment rate jumps to 3.6 percent | Business  Colorado Springs Gazette

The Colorado Springs area unemployment rate last month jumped to 3.6 percent, the highest level since October 2016, as job seekers flocked into the local job ...



EDITORIAL: Give a green light to red light cameras  Colorado Springs Gazette

We've all seen it. Drivers blast through intersections with careless disregard for themselves and others. Sometimes they kill. Welcome to the streets of Colorado ...



Suspect in custody after standoff, fire and 2 officers shot in Denver  Colorado Springs Gazette

One suspect is in custody after a standoff in Denver's Baker neighborhood ended shortly after a home at the scene went up in flames Sunday evening.



Broncos to open season on 'Monday Night Football' against Raiders  Colorado Springs Gazette

The Denver Broncos will open the season on “Monday Night Football,” according to the NFL schedule released Wednesday.



Man, woman in vehicle shot multiple times in southeast Colorado Springs  Colorado Springs Gazette

A man and woman were shot at six times — with four bullets hitting them — while driving in southeast Colorado Springs early Monday.



Dying Colorado Springs man ID'd his alleged killer, police say  Colorado Springs Gazette

After his car was damaged in a rollover crash in the Colorado Springs foothills, a 20-year-old man hunted down the friend he believed was responsible and shot ...



Man assaults Colorado Springs police officers after confrontation over discarded cigarette  Colorado Springs Gazette

A man reportedly assaulted two police officers while he was being arrested for throwing a lit cigarette on the ground Friday night in downtown Colorado Springs.



Happy Trails: Fremont Peak not to be missed near Royal Gorge  Colorado Springs Gazette

In Cañon City, often overlooked is the East Ridge Campground in Royal Bridge Park, but the Summit Trail from here, leading to Fremont Peak, should not be ...



Don't write the pay-phone eulogy yet  Colorado Springs Gazette

While it's nowhere near the lifeline it used to be, the pay phone isn't extinct yet. It is, however, on the endangered list and hanging by a thin cord.



Discovery Canyon wrestler honors teammate killed in car crash  Colorado Springs Gazette

In the final moments of his Class 4A 126-pound state final victory, Discovery Canyon's Patrick Allis kept thinking of one person.



Pikes Peak Pats an oasis for New England fans in Broncos country  Colorado Springs Gazette

The trophy is so authentic looking, even the man who now has six real ones couldn't tell the difference.



Waldo Canyon recreation 're-imagined' as public process begins  Colorado Springs Gazette

Those waiting to experience the Waldo Canyon they knew before 2012's wildfire will continue to wait, but this week they can add to the budding discussion of ...



Air Force's offensive punch not enough to match No. 17 Nevada in home finale  Colorado Springs Gazette

Air Force unloaded its ammo. It wasn't enough. No. 17 Nevada brushed aside everything the Falcons threw at it in a 90-79 victory on Tuesday in front of 3,852 in ...



Colorado couple's hiking backpack comes with a good cause  Colorado Springs Gazette

Kelly Belknap and Matilda Sandström have no business background, but Adventurist Backpack Co. has been a hit.



Boy tries to overturn Colorado town's ban on snowball fights  Colorado Springs Gazette

A 9-year-old boy is trying to overturn a nearly century-old ban on snowball fights in his small northern Colorado town, and he already knows who his first target ...



Michelle Malkin attacks the 'ghost of John McCain' in immigration talk at CPAC  Colorado Springs Gazette

Right-wing firebrand Michelle Malkin delivered a fiery speech on immigration in which she slammed moderate Republicans, including the "ghost of John McCain ...



Happy Trails: Stratton Open Space a great destination for Colorado dogs  Colorado Springs Gazette

In Colorado Springs, one doesn't have to go far for the refreshing experience of water and mountains. Take, for example, the South Suburban Reservoir in ...



Air Force quarterback, Palmer Ridge grad Isaiah Sanders earns multiple honors  Colorado Springs Gazette

Isaiah Sanders' performance at UNLV has brought several weekly awards for the Air Force quarterback.



Ryan Parsell to replace Dave Rose as El Paso County's chief spokesman  Colorado Springs Gazette

El Paso County's lead spokesman will retire this fall, and a face long familiar in local politics has been appointed to replace him.



Report: Zinke to move BLM headquarters to the West  Colorado Springs Gazette

U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is prepared to move ahead on moving the Bureau of Land Management headquarters to the West.



Mueller report: Trump tried to choke Russia probe and oust Mueller, report says  Colorado Springs Gazette

After nearly two years of waiting, America is getting some Trump-Russia answers straight from Robert Mueller. But first: Another declaration of "no collusion" by ...



Denver Comic Con rebranding under new name  Colorado Springs Gazette

Today Pop Culture Classroom, the nonprofit behind Denver Comic Con, announced that the event will be getting a new name. Say goodbye to Denver Comic ...



Pikes Picks: CHARLIZE THERON ROCKS IT IN 'TULLY'  Colorado Springs Gazette

Make “Tully” your next choice at RedBox. It's an unremarkable synopsis: A good mother does what a good mother does, stays awake for the newborn, makes ...



Happy Trails: One-of-a-kind rock formations at New Mexico's Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument  Colorado Springs Gazette

Tucked away in the Rio Grande Valley just outside of Santa Fe is what the Bureau of Land Management dubbed a “remarkable outdoor laboratory.”



Jacksonville teacher honored as outstanding mathematics and science teacher  ActionNewsJax.com

Jacksonville teacher one of 213 mathematics and science teachers who were honored as recipients of the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in ...



Colorado Springs school superintendent the apparent victim of graphic Twitter hack  Colorado Springs Gazette

An apparent hacking of a school superintendent's Twitter account Wednesday caused a pornographic video to appear on his Twitter page. After Academy ...



First new charter school in 20 years coming to Academy D-20  Colorado Springs Gazette

Two decades after its first charter school was launched, Academy School District 20 will get a second charter school. The five-member school board ...



Pikes Peak Community College moves campus closer to north Colorado Springs high schools  Colorado Springs Gazette

Pikes Peak Community College has moved its eastern campus to a location that's close to two high schools, housing and businesses in hopes of attracting more ...



Romain Dumas sets Pikes Peak Hill Climb record in 2018 Volkswagen I.D. R  Colorado Springs Gazette

Despite countless checkered flags, every race is stressful for Romain Dumas.



Movie review: 'The Little Stranger' spins a deliciously ambiguous ghost story  Colorado Springs Gazette

'THE LITTLE STRANGER' Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Ruth Wilson, Josh Dylan; directed by Lenny Abrahamson; 111 minutes; R for some disturbing bloody ...



Liberty, Pine Creek girls' programs enjoy stress-free seasons, turn page on past turmoil  Colorado Springs Gazette

At this time last year, the girls' basketball programs at Liberty and Pine Creek were 5A playoff bound, but with dark clouds overhead. Both had interim coaches ...



2018-19 Colorado College hockey recruiting class  Colorado Springs Gazette

Joining Grant Cruikshank in Colorado College hockey's newest freshman class for the 2018-19 season are three forwards and one defenseman. Forward Ty ...



Air Force, New Mexico baseball teams up to provide memorable moment to young cancer patient  Colorado Springs Gazette

Lio Ortega had to be coaxed by his father to step into the batter's box. It took a little redirecting from the third base coach to keep him from running.



Captain Kirk beams down to UCCS  Colorado Springs Gazette

On Wednesday the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was host to William Shatner, best known for his classic role as Captain Kirk from the original “Star ...



Snow to follow record high in Colorado Springs on 20th anniversary of killer blizzard  Colorado Springs Gazette

Colorado's weather is staying true to form: a record high on Wednesday, snow showers on Thursday. Wednesday's summer-like weather tied a nearly 60-year ...



Happy Trails: Iron Mountain, Manitou Springs  Colorado Springs Gazette

Manitou Springs is famous for being the gateway to America's Mountain. From town, people walk to Barr Trail and embark on the 13.1-mile hike to Pikes Peak.



Colorado Springs becomes home to Colorado Craft - Tejon Street Social eatery in former Ritz Grill  Colorado Springs Gazette

When a chef and a restaurant manager chat over a couple of cold ones, it's about opening a restaurant. And that's how Colorado Craft-Tejon Street Social came ...



Chronicle of Beth-El is also a tribute to Colorado Springs  Colorado Springs Gazette

When Joanne "Jo" Ruth received her third diagnosis of cancer in 2010, she wondered if death would take her before she could finish what had become more ...



Best places to live? Colorado Springs again ranks high on U.S. News' list  Colorado Springs Gazette

Colorado Springs isn't just one of the best places to live, according to a national news publication. Now, it's one of the most desirable areas to call home, too -



22 Colorado Springs policeman honored for 'Valor' during life-threatening situations  Colorado Springs Gazette

Police officers "on their best day are under pressure, on their worst day are under fire." So proclaimed emcee and KKTV anchor Don Ward during the 32nd ...



Colorado Springs middle school teacher inspires students in her World Culture and Cuisine classes  Colorado Springs Gazette

"Today, we are going to France." And with that introduction, Diane Hathaway has the undivided attention of her class of students at Eagleview Middle School.



Pacific's top Air Force commander to take helm of NORAD and Northern Command in Colorado Springs  Colorado Springs Gazette

The top Air Force officer in the Pacific will lead U.S. Northern Command and the North American Aerospace Defense Command in Colorado Springs after a ...



AROUND TOWN: Henjum Accolades to those who work with seniors  Colorado Springs Gazette

The memory of the late Joe Henjum, co-founder and past president of the Senior Resource Council, was honored with the naming of the annual Senior ...



Manitou Incline set to close again for repairs  Colorado Springs Gazette

For Manitou Incline climbers, the countdown is officially on. The mountainside stair-stepper will close for repairs Aug. 19, as anticipated, in time for the Pikes ...



Father Bill Carmody, outspoken Catholic priest in the Colorado Springs area, remembered as champion of youth and faith  Colorado Springs Gazette

A devoted sports fan; often the loudest man on the court or the field. A church leader. A shy man who loved working with kids. A great hugger. When word.



Air Force Academy firefighters notch world record at skills competition  Colorado Springs Gazette

A team of middle-aged Air Force Academy firefighters set a world record Sunday in a competition that tested their blaze-battling skills. It's the latest in a pile of ...



The results are in: A second Cheyenne Mountain Zoo giraffe has some baby news  Colorado Springs Gazette

The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo officials confirmed Wednesday what they suspected all along: Yes, Laikipia - a giraffe - is pregnant. The announcement was made ...



Mugshot Monday: Most wanted in Colorado Springs area  Colorado Springs Gazette

Wanted Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers is asking for the public's help finding the following people for whom felony arrest warrants have been issued. Teresa ...



Happy Trails: Templeton Trail, Palmer Park  Colorado Springs Gazette

Palmer Park is the rugged, wild escape that Gen. William Jackson Palmer intended for Colorado Springs residents when he donated the property. Templeton ...



Peter Isais, Britton Holmes claim back-to-back state wrestling titles  Colorado Springs Gazette

DENVER - Pine Creek's Peter Isais had a comfortable lead as the seconds wound down on his finals win, but he decided to go for one more takedown anyway.



Suspect in multiple holdups arrested in Colorado Springs  Colorado Springs Gazette

Colorado Springs police officers were acting on a tip Wednesday night when they found and arrested a man wanted in connection with a series of robberies, ...



Billy Sims Barbecue to open first Colorado restaurant in Colorado Springs  Colorado Springs Gazette

A popular restaurant that carries the name of a well-known, ex-football star is coming to Colorado Springs. Sorry, but it's not a John Elway steakhouse. Billy Sims ...



Former Colorado College hockey player Jaccob Slavin signs extension with Carolina Hurricanes  Colorado Springs Gazette

Former Colorado College hockey player Jaccob Slavin has agreed to a seven-year contract extension with the Carolina Hurricanes according to NHL.com.



Much more to Gerry Roach than his essential Colorado mountain guidebooks  Colorado Springs Gazette

MONTROSE - The house is what you'd expect from the man whose real home is the mountains. The walls are blank except for pictures of each continent's seven ...



Colorado Springs hailstorm has wreaked havoc, caused millions of dollars in damage  Colorado Springs Gazette

Stephen and Elizabeth Beyer had their new roof two weeks before Thursday's hailstorm left it battered and in need of replacement once more. Add to the list ...



New concierge medical offices land in Springs  Colorado Springs Gazette

Two new medical offices in northern Colorado Springs are joining the ranks of others that charge patients fees in exchange for same-day appointments and ...



Colorado's 'fatal attraction killer' Jennifer Reali granted parole  Colorado Springs Gazette

Colorado's "fatal attraction" killer, who last month told a parole board that she "believes in redemption," will now get to live it as a free woman. Jennifer Reali, 55 ...



Special Olympian from Colorado Springs area swimming for the gold again at state meet  Colorado Springs Gazette

Jenny Cheeseman, 37, rested against the wall in the deep end of the Manitou Springs Public Pool on a recent morning and took a composed breath. "You can't ...



Back at his favorite spot, Air Force offensive line coach Steed Lobotzke 'can't wipe the smile off my face'  Colorado Springs Gazette

The differences in coaching on Air Force's offensive line will be subtle in moving from Clay Hendrix to Steed Lobotzke.That in itself ought to be seen as good ...



Penrose-St. Francis leader to focus exclusively on Colorado Springs  Colorado Springs Gazette

Penrose-St. Francis Health Services' leader will soon focus solely on the Colorado Springs area amid a $700 million expansion here. Margaret Sabin will ...



Drunk Wyoming man claims he was sent from the year 2048 to warn of alien invasion  Colorado Springs Gazette

CASPER, Wyo. — Police say a central Wyoming man they arrested for public intoxication claimed he had traveled back in time to warn of an alien invasion.



Turn-of-the-century seamstress seeks proper romantic fit in 'Intimate Apparel'  Colorado Springs Gazette

Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage channeled her seamstress grandmother when she wrote "Intimate Apparel." With her grandmother no ...



Air Academy boys just miss home game as boys' and girls' lacrosse pairings released  Colorado Springs Gazette

Air Academy won't get home-field advantage or more than a day to plan for its first-round state match against Golden in 4A boys' lacrosse. That's the price the ...



Caught on camera, porch pirate strikes in Colorado Springs  Colorado Springs Gazette

A porch pirate was caught on camera stealing someone's package in Colorado Springs on Friday. Video surveillance from a home in a neighborhood just ...



Man wounded at Colorado Springs auto lot where burglar was killed in 2009 make my day shooting  Colorado Springs Gazette

The owner or an employee of Southwest Auto, a business where a burglar was killed in a “make my day” shooting in 2009, was wounded Thursday after ...



Amber Alert canceled for missing Colorado mom and 4 daughters  Colorado Springs Gazette

UPDATE: The Aurora Police Department says missing mom Nikia Moori and her four daughters have been found and they are unharmed. The Aurora Police ...



Paul Klee: UNC's Kyle Sloter, the other guy in quarterback shuffle, brings brains to Broncos  Colorado Springs Gazette

DENVER — This guy, Kyle Sloter? You want him on your Tuesday trivia team. Or on open comedy night. Or, if the Broncos quarterback situation gets even ...



OutThere Colorado launches with goal to be leading source of adventure  Colorado Springs Gazette

A group of young professionals in Colorado Springs were looking forward to an upcoming adventure, lasting four days and involving stops at a professional ...



UCHealth acquires Integrity Urgent Care in Colorado Springs  Colorado Springs Gazette

University of Colorado Health has acquired a Colorado Springs urgent care chain in a move that further expands the hospital system's footprint across the Pikes ...



Air Force's Jacob Onyechi set for huge year  Colorado Springs Gazette

For the first time in his Air Force career, Jacob Onyechi enters a season encumbered by nothing. When he began his first season, the "spur" linebacker was still ...



Colorado Springs homeless shelters set to close  Colorado Springs Gazette

Moments before sunset, Fern Gaylord gazed at her bed - a thin floor mat - and prepared for one last night indoors and off Colorado Springs' streets. "That's the ...



Jim Flynn: Property law can be uprooted over a tree  Colorado Springs Gazette

Back in September, a division of the Colorado Court of Appeals had to make a life-or-death decision. The life in question, however, was that of a tree - a healthy,



Great Wolf Lodge in Colorado Springs: 6 features and attractions  Colorado Springs Gazette

The Great Wolf Lodge resort in Colorado Springs is about 70 percent completed as it prepares for a December opening, said Derrek Kinzel, the company's ...



Red Rocks implements new ticketing, seating procedures  Colorado Springs Gazette

DENVER — Red Rocks Amphitheatre will implement new ticketing and seating procedures starting with the 2018 concert season, Denver ARts and Venues ...



Colorado Springs native battles it out on Food Network's 'The Great Food Truck Race'  Colorado Springs Gazette

Colorado Springs native Nicole Hoffman, a graduate of Doherty High School, moves on to the second stage of "The Great Food Truck Race." The fifth season ...



Colorado Springs urban homesteaders enjoy country life without the country  Colorado Springs Gazette

A bountiful harvest from the garden. *Fresh* eggs daily. Goat milk. Urban homesteaders can enjoy a significant taste of the country life without leaving the city.



Former Bronco, Brian Dawkins, elected to Hall of Fame while John Lynch must wait at least another year  Colorado Springs Gazette

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher terrorized opposing offenses from the middle of the field. Randy Moss and Terrell Owens did the same to ...



Downtown attorney works to bring legal order, healing to families through estate planning  Colorado Springs Gazette

When it comes to family, we are all dealt a different hand. Throw in finances, end-of-life decisions and legal red tape, and for many relatives, it's the perfect storm.



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