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Gov. Jared Polis says Colorado officials were lied to about additional COVID-19 vaccine doses in a phone call with Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary... [Read More]
Local vegan chef, consultant and author JL Fields resigned from the Gazette's freelance team Jan. 12, letting Features Editor Nathan Van Dyne know that her... [Read More]
Despite social media messages agitating for protests, the Colorado Springs Police Department is downplaying the possibility of violence here next week as conspiracy theorists nationwide,... [Read More]
Antifa has become a kind of cultural boogeyman, used as a pejorative by conservative politicians to strike fear into the hearts of constituents and smear... [Read More]
Back in 1964, I worked as a Nurse's Aide in a hospital in one of the major cities in this country. A particular patient I... [Read More]
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It takes no small amount of chutzpah to open a restaurant, especially during COVID-19. But to move across the country and do it? That's madness... [Read More]
We are just a few weeks into the new year and the creativity keeps flowing. There will be a full year of material coming out,... [Read More]
Local law enforcement is warning of unemployment fraud, which has increased dramatically over the last year. [Read More]
El Paso County Democratic state Reps. Tony Exum (HD-17) and Marc Snyder (HD-18), and Sen. Pete Lee (SD-11) held a Zoom town hall Dec. 22... [Read More]
On July 31, 2021, Colorado Springs will turn 150 years old, and it will celebrate with an array of planned activities throughout the year. [Read More]
The siblings of a vulnerable adult (Cheryl Shega, who died in May 2019 after assigning family assets to a woman in Peyton, Laura Craig) can... [Read More]
'Fight for Trump! Fight for Trump! Fight for Trump!" [Read More]
El Paso County is in Phase 1A of COVID-19 vaccine distribution, providing vaccinations to high-risk health care workers and long-term care residents. The county is... [Read More]
Judging by the number of live albums appearing in the last weeks of 2020, it felt as though musicians were worried about stimulus checks arriving... [Read More]
To encourage social distancing during the spread of COVID-19, we are altering our regular "Event Horizon" section for the foreseeable future. While many local events... [Read More]
With a friendship that has spanned decades and a mutual love of books, Annie Robbins of Colorado Springs and Stacy Schubloom of Woodland Park are... [Read More]
Jim Coonradt is tired of the police coming to his apartment complex. [Read More]
Given the rapid-fire acceleration of whatever it is we're going through at this moment in history, it's anyone's guess what America's collective mood will be... [Read More]
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