Colorado egg farmers helped the Easter Bunny out again this year. The seven local farms that make up the…Continue
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Comfortably dressed, the equal mix of women and men murmured to…
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Coloradans are urged to take the Diabetes Risk Test on American Diabetes Association Alert Day® and to share it with everyone they care about to find out if they are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015, is the annual American Diabetes Association Alert Day, a “wake-up call” asking the American public to take the Diabetes Risk Test to find out if they are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes. During its…Continue
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Why Does Archaeology Matter to Me?
By Casey Pearce, M.A.
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, Archaeology is ‘a science that deals with past human life and activities by studying the bones, tools, etc of ancient peoples.’ To many historians and archaeologists, that definition may be too narrow. Archaeology, at is most basic, is the study of the unwritten, non- paper portion of our human history. It is…Continue
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This spring 13 Girl Scouts from the Pikes Peak region will receive the Gold Award, the highest award in Girl Scouts. These young women have demonstrated exceptional commitment to taking action to make the world a better place through their community service. The accomplishments of Gold Award recipients reflect extraordinary leadership and citizenship skills that mark them as valuable contributors to their communities and world.
The 13 Girl Scouts from the Pikes Peak region…Continue
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Four teams of Colorado College students presented proposals at CC’s Soup Project…
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The last month has been an extraordinary one for the St. Mary’s High School forensics team. Over the course of three weekends, the team attended three meets and came out winners each time. This weekend they will compete at the State Tournament in Castle Rock in hopes of continuing their winning ways.
“What an amazing season we're having,” said Jim Hopkins, St. Mary’s forensic coach. “We've attended 3 huge meets and fought like champions each time.”
In mid February, the…
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CASA offers a volunteer opportunity like no other. As appointed representatives of the court, CASA Volunteers are empowered to make a lifelong difference in the lives of abused and neglected children. Find out how you can become a CASA.
Join us Thursday, April 2, from 5:30 to 6:30 PM, for our 4-1-1 hour at the CASA office, 701 S. Cascade Ave., CSC 80903.…Continue
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If history repeats itself, Coloradans will see lots of snow this month, which means home heating will continue to be crucial. The Low-income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) offers help to those who are having trouble affording their home heating bills.
LEAP is a program of the Colorado Department of Human Services that helps eligible Coloradans from November through April with cash assistance for their home heating bills. As of mid-February, LEAP had approved nearly 64,000…
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The Colorado Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) is looking for animal-loving volunteers to help us with our annual PetCheck program! This year, we are partnering with both 9News Denver (9PetCheck) and News 5 Colorado Springs (5PetCheck). With TWO PetChecks this year, we are sure to need even more dedicated…Continue
Do you have a child who loves their LEGOS? Or enjoys building, constructing, designing or imagining structures and worlds of all types? The Western Museum of Mining and Industry has partnered for the second straight year with Bricks-4-Kidz to offer outstanding spring break camps for children age 3 to 13+.
With the current emphasis on STEM based learning programs in our schools, there are activities and programs emerging that answer the need for more STEM education. Many of…Continue
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In Colorado, spring brings showers. Snow showers, that is! But with the weather (slowly) warming up, your pet will be eager to get outside and start exploring. Here are some tips for keeping your pet safe and happy through the spring:
1) Even this time of year, buzzing insects can be out…Continue
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Mad Hatter Children's Used Book Sale
Old Colorado City Carnegie Library can help your child start their own library with their Maaad prices during Mad Hatter Saturday in Old Colorado…Continue
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The Science Fair. It is an annual school event that students throughout the country compete in, including students at HOPE Online Learning Academy Co-Op.
Preparing for HOPE’s Science Fair, called the Science Expo,…Continue
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How you can help make "Tai Chi History in America"
by sending Shifu Michael Paler to China.
Please Help Us Spread The Word!
To Share or To Donate Go Here>>> http://www.gofundme.com/taichi
Michael has been invited by Dr. John Fung, a 5th Generation Disciple of Grand Master Wei Shuren,…
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