COVID-19 update for March 31. Coroner says elderly are ‘driving our...

By Pam Zubeck As the numbers of Coloradans infected with COVID-19 climb, El Paso County Coroner Dr. Leon Kelly disputes that county residents aren't doing...

El Paso County ranks among top census response rates

More than 40 percent of households in El Paso County have completed the 2020 Census, putting it 7th among all Colorado counties for self-response...

COVID-19 roundup for March 30: Closing bars, restaurants and schools has...

At a Monday afternoon press conference, Governor Jared Polis said closing bars, restaurants and schools has slowed the state’s COVID-19 doubling rate from two...

Exponential Impact, city of Colorado Springs announce immediate small business relief...

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El Paso County small businesses and nonprofits hit by the COVID-19 pandemic can access up to $25,000 in immediate recovery relief through a local...

Secretary of State’s Office introduces remote notarization during pandemic

The Colorado Secretary of State’s Office is implementing a remote notarization process due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  “We are committed to maintaining important services for...

Sponsored: The Pinery at the Hill ushers in wedding season

The Pinery at the Hill has been doing brisk business throughout winter and fall, providing local businesses an elegant venue for conferences, meetings and...

Kit donations aim to keep first responders safe

Phil Long Ford of Chapel Hills and Shield616 have donated almost 700 sanitizing kits to Front Range first responders to keep them safe during...

COVID-19 update for March 27: City could furlough, cut pay of...

By Pam Zubeck As the numbers of people stricken with the virus that causes COVID-19 climbed in Colorado and across the country, the U.S. House...

From the Publisher

To our readers: There’s no doubt that we are living in uncertain times. Even as we get ready to put another paper to bed, the...

COVID-19 update for March 26: City will enforce stay-at-home order

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Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers said Thursday that, while he hopes citizens will continue to comply voluntarily with Gov. Jared Polis’ stay-at-home order, citizens...

The $2 trillion rescue bill: How much will you get?

By Pam Zubeck Wondering how much you'll get from the $2 trillion stimulus package just passed by Congress to pump money into the economy due...

COVID-19 update for March 25: Statewide stay-at-home order announced

By Faith Miller Gov. Jared Polis announced a statewide stay-at-home order effective midnight March 25. Under the order, Coloradans must stay at home except...