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2 years 10 months ago

County Commissioners to keep on praying

El Paso County Commissioners say they have no plans to stop saying prayers before each meeting despite a decision Tuesday by the Supreme Court of the United States to reject an appeal from a North Carolina board of county commissioners who were found to have violated the Establishment Clause of...

3 years 6 months ago

PPCC announces new president

Pikes Peak Community College has announced that Lance Bolton, Ph.D. has been appointed as the school's new president. Bolton is currently the president of Northeastern Junior College in Sterling, Colorado. He will assume his new role on June 13. Dr. Nancy McCallin, president of the Colorado Community College System...

4 years 4 months ago

Cattle drive heralds Ranch Rodeo

Dozens of Colorado-bred Texas Longhorn Cattle shuffled and mooed their way down Tejon Street in downtown Colorado Spring Friday. The high noon cattle drive marks the beginning of rodeo season in the Pikes Peak Region. The steers themselves are descendants of the very first cows to ever be raised in...

4 years 6 months ago

2010 El Paso County Candidates

The El Paso County Clerk and Recorders Office has published a list of candidates for county offices. Primary election day is August 10. Here are the candidates: LOWDERMAN, MARK Republican Assessor CORRY, CHARLES Republican Clerk & Recorder DAMRON, SANDRA Republican Clerk & Recorder MOWLE, THOMAS Democratic Clerk...

5 years 1 month ago

Colorado Powerball ticket wins $1 million

A Colorado ticket won $1 million, but no one matched all six of the numbers drawn to win the weekend Powerball jackpot worth $31.6 million. Saturday's winning numbers were 14-22-38-49-and-59. The Powerball was 16 and the multiplier was 2. The Multi-State Lottery Association says a Power Play ticket sold in...

5 years 1 month ago

Deer attacks woman in Florissant

A buck mule deer gored and stomped a woman near Florissant on Monday, leaving her with cuts and buises to her arms and hands, upper leg, stomach, and hip. Joan Nutt, 63, was at the home of her sister when the attack happened around 5 pm. Nutt's sister's family was...

5 years 1 month ago

Construction Representative - Fort Carson

You will be responsible for surveillance, controlling, and monitoring the construction program for major military projects to include barracks complexes, family housing, hospitals, warehouse complex, hangars, missile, testing and utility systems, airfield paving and lighting, and adjunct facilities such as utilities, streets roads, drainage, landscaping. You will be responsible...

5 years 2 months ago

Two Pueblo schools awarded 'Blue Ribbon' status

Two Pueblo elementary schools--Haaff and Morton--received Blue Ribbon awards from the U.S. Department of Education. This honor is rare--just 314 public and private schools were honored nationwide out of 120,000. The purpose of the program is to recognize academically superior schools or those that demonstrate dramatic gains in student...

5 years 2 months ago

Rabid horse euthanized in El Paso County

A rabid horse was euthanized at a veterinary clinic in Peyton, in eastern El Paso County. Both the El Paso County Health Department and the Colorado Department of Agriculture confirm the case of rabies. "Rabies infection in horses is rare," said Public Health Director Kandi Buckland, R.N., M.P.A. "We anticipate...

5 years 2 months ago

Electronics Mechanic - Pueblo Chemical Depot

Electronics Mechanic - Pueblo Chemical Depot Diagnoses problems, disassembles, repairs, maintains, calibrates, and reassembles complete assemblies and sub-assemblies of various systems, e.g., Mini Continuous Air Monitoring System, Automatic Chemical Air Monitoring System, Real-Time Analytical Platform (RTAP), Hewlett Packard, Electrical Generating System, Air/Hydrogen/Nitrogen Generators, Vacuum Pumps/Compressors, Automatic Charging System Series...

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