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1 year 4 weeks ago

Black bear has craving for schnitzel

COLORADO SPRINGS - He's Yogi without the manners, and he has a serious craving for schnitzel and sauerbraten. Security cameras at Edelweiss restaurant captured video of a large black bear literally walking away with the dumpsters Tuesday night to get at the scraps inside. "I was impressed, I'm surprised...

2 years 7 months ago

Broncos success good for business

A good Broncos Party can do more than just raise the spirits of sports fans, it can also give local employers a financial boost to start the year. At Meadow Muffins Bar and Grill in Old Colorado City, Owner Todd Delahanty says he can almost measure the team's progress...

3 years 2 weeks ago

Boulder Officer Assaulted

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - A man accused of refusing to pay his $3 drink tab at a Boulder restaurant and punching a manager who tried to escort him out also is accused of assaulting a police officer. Police say officer Christian McCracken was taken to a hospital after the...

3 years 3 months ago

A night in a haunted museum

The Museum of Colorado Prisons in Canon City is rumored to be among the most haunted places in the state. Over the weekend, I spent the night with the Canon Ghost Trackers, a local group of paranormal investigators, as they sought to capture evidence of the spirits said to roam...

3 years 2 months ago

Director of Sales

Cordillera owned, KOAA/NBC, has an immediate opening for Director of Sales. Lead the #1 sales team, #1 television station and #1 web/digital properties in the Colorado Springs DMA. We are looking for a contemporary broadcast leader who has aspirations to lead teams and stations. Must be able to...

3 years 11 months ago

Pueblo faces $9 million budget shortfall in '11

Pueblo's city manager is projecting a $9 million budget shortfall in 2011. On Monday, Jerry Pacheco told City Council he can balance the budget without laying-off workers. Pacheco's recommendations include: no additional funding for non-profits; increase code enforcement programs to boost revenues; and keep 26 vacant positions un-filled, including seven...

3 years 11 months ago

Pueblo West chooses new district manager

The Pueblo West Metro Board has chosen Jack Johnston, currently HARP Authority Executive Director, as its new District Manager. Johnston must still officially accept the position and agree to a contract. If he accepts the job, Johnston will be the third District Manager is just a year and a...

3 years 11 months ago

Job of the Day: DOW District Managers

The Colorado Division of Wildlife is hiring District Wildlife Managers. This is one of the few entry-level positions in the wildlife field that allows a recent college graduate or a seasoned professional seeking a career change the opportunity to have an immediate impact on wildlife. Responsibilities include: wildlife management, law...

4 years 2 months ago

Job of the Day: LSI

LSI currently has three openings in Colorado Springs, two in engineering and one in marketing. Click here to apply for the Storage Product Marketing Engineer position. For the Firmware Development Engineer position, click here . Click here to apply for the Technical Alliance Manager job.

4 years 3 months ago

Band The Fray battles former manager

Lawyers for the Denver-based band The Fray are set to appear in federal court to continue the band's battle with a former manager. The band alleges its former manager Gregg Latterman failed to disclose that his company obtained ownership to a portion of the band's music when the band...

4 years 4 months ago

Pueblo West looking for another manager again

After only 9 months in the position, Larry Howe-Kerr has resigned as District Manager of Pueblo West. Howe-Kerr submitted his resignation at Tuesday night's metro district board meeting. Board members voted 5-0 to accept his resignation. Howe-Kerr's last day is Friday. A newspaper report states he will receive $49,100 in...

4 years 5 months ago

City Manager resigns

The city manager of Colorado Springs has resigned effective next month. In a letter released Friday afternoon Penelope Culbreth-Graft said her last day will be April 16. This comes just days after she receieved what was termed a very positive review from the City Council. "After meeting with you...

4 years 5 months ago

City of Pueblo faces hardships in 2010

The City of Pueblo is dealing with money woes, that could impact services. January's sales tax revenues fell -1.1% from the same time a year ago. "Housing starts are down, commercial construction is down, that's the lion's share of that use tax money that comes in," said Jerry Pacheco, City...

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