It was all about protecting yourself from identity theft today in Pueblo at a shredding event. It was completely free at five Credit Union of Colorado locations, including on Highway 50 in Pueblo.
People brought in everything from bank statements to tax return information. It's only the second year for... more »
In a news release from the Capitol today, Governor John Hickenlooper's staff sent what seemed at first glance to be a legitimate news release. It was not, but an April Fool prank.
Here's the text of the news release:
Gov. John Hickenlooper announced today the appointment of Michael... more »
Marmalade at Smokebrush moves into a new space and adopts a new mission statement to be a place "where the creative arts and the healing arts meet."
With their re-birth, Marmalade is inviting all members from the community to participate in their free, three-day grand opening festival that kicks... more »
This weekend Marmalade at Smokebrush invites community members to help fold 1,000 cranes for peace at their grand opening.
The 3-day event will also feature belly dancing, Zumba, poetry readings, yoga, and a traditional Japanese tea ceremony.
The address is 219 Colorado Avenue in Colorado Springs. For more... more »
You can no longer recycle in Pueblo for free. Today the Pueblo City-County Health Department removed public recycling bins located in Pueblo and Pueblo West.
The bins have been in place since 2003. They were funded by a grant from the Colorado Department of Health and Environment, but the... more »
A company in Pueblo is trying to make it easier for people to go green. We Recycle is now offering curbside recycling in Pueblo and Pueblo West. They accept plastic, aluminum, paper and glass. The easy part is, you can put all your items in one bag and they do... more »
Pueblo Community College welcomes Earth Day with a new recycling effort with new bins at the Orman Campus.
These new bins will allow all PCC employees and students to recycle the following products in one bin:
• Aluminum food and beverage containers • Glass food and beverage containers (brown, clear... more »
Focus on the Family is joining with other organizations to collect a semi-truck load of toilet paper for the needy. The brainchild of Focus employee Kathy Peterson, who was once homeless, the drive should help with the number one need they hear from the Colorado Springs Community Roundtable, a coalition... more »
A new newspaper has hit the stands in El Paso County.
"We actually started out at 900 locations around El Paso, Teller and south Douglas," said Lana Fore-Warkocz, publisher of The Constitutionalist Today, a free monthly that began with the founding fathers in mind. "We wanted a newspaper that... more »
A report out this week shows circulation for the country's largest daily newspapers has dropped by more than 10% in the last year. To avoid cut-backs, dailies are being forced to find new ways to make revenue and locally, some are taking on the little guy. Alternative newspapers like the... more »