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The Woodland Park High School wrestling program showed drastic improvement last season. So this just might be the year that the Panthers to take that next big step?
President Franklin D. Roosevelt called it “A date which will live in infamy.”
El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa may not have Bob Harvey's back, but several folks on the Black Forest Fire Rescue board fully support their chief.
Deb Downs grew up in Victor in the 1970s and remembers when the city’s ice rink was basically just a frozen pond.
Monument is a relatively small town so why shouldn’t it have event called “Small Town Christmas?”
The news of two miners who were killed and 20 others injured in Ouray on Nov. 17 sent shockwaves through the state.
You know that old six degrees of separation theory? It applies to me and former President John F. Kennedy.
Dwight “Ted” Bauman was approved by the Lewis-Palmer School District 38 board on Nov. 21 and will serve as the interim superintendent after John Borman leaves at the end of December.
The Lewis-Palmer volleyball team was honored during a school assembly on Nov. 13 - four days after it won the Class 4A state championship.
Lewis-Palmer volleyball coach Susan Odenbaugh is quick to deflect the focus off of her and onto her players.
At least one Tri-Lakes area resident who commutes to Denver for work reported seeing two bull moose along Interstate 25 last month.
This week’s edition of “Get to know your Highway” focuses on Interstate 25, specifically the part that that runs through El Paso County.
If you haven’t been by the new Bass Pro Shops in North Gate, you don’t know what you’re missing.
Lewis-Palmer is headed back to the Class 4A state volleyball tournament as the state’s No. 1 overall seed.
One of the most talked about and anticipated high school football games this season will take place Nov. 2 at District 20 Stadium when Discovery Canyon hosts Coronado.
If you’ve ever attended a football game at the Air Force Academy, you are aware of the electric atmosphere that engulfs the stadium.
The new Bass Pro Shops in North Gate has had its grand opening pushed back one week to Nov. 21, according to store general manager Chris Koeninger.
We all know that ghosts, goblins and monsters are a dime a dozen at the Haunted Mines. But it seems like there might be a few more paranormal inhabitants running around other parts of the Tri-Lakes area.
Mike Shanahan returns to Denver on Oct. 27. It will mark his first regular season appearance at the facility since he took over the reins of the Washington Redskins four seasons ago.
You still can't legally buy marijuana in Palmer Lake and smoke it for recreational use. But the possibility exists - again - that those seeking to legally buy the drug within the city boundaries can do so sometime next year.
Omegaman is coming to Bear Creek Elementary School.
Discovery Canyon senior Luke Lorenz made his final state tennis appearance memorable last week when he won the Class 4A No. 1 singles title Oct. 12 at Pueblo City Park.
Only time will tell if the Oct. 15 volleyball match between Lewis-Palmer and Cheyenne Mountain was a preview of the high school state finals. But if it was, fans can expect to see one heck of a rematch next month at the Denver Coliseum.
What the Palmer Ridge volleyball team lacks in height it makes up for with quick ball movement and great communication.
The Western Museum of Mining and Industry hosted the annual Reynolds Ranch Harvest Festival on Oct.11 and 12. It celebrated the pioneer farming and ranching spirit that led so many to come to Colorado, and helped shape the towns of Husted and Colorado Springs.
Are there ghosts living in the tunnels along Gold Camp Road?
Air Force Academy's football game with Navy is back on and will be played as scheduled on today, despite the partial government shutdown.
The first, the original and the soon to be legendary - at least according to the Town of Monument - Retro Scary Movie Night's are taking this place this month during specific evenings.
If all goes according plan, people walking in downtown Monument won’t have to be concerned with falling in ditches or getting sideswiped by automobiles anymore.
It seems only fitting that the world's most popular coffin race - the upcoming Emma Crawford Coffin Race - takes place in Manitou Springs. It also seems appropriate that one of the state's most storied haunted houses is also located in the quaint little town.
The Air Force Academy commissary was extra busy on Tuesday, one day after the partial United States government shutdown. That's because an announcement was made earlier in the day that beginning Wednesday the commissary would be closed until further notice.
Of all the ghoulish Hollywood actors since the dawn of the movies, the greatest is still Colorado Springs’ own Lon Chaney.
The City of Colorado Springs and its “City For Champions” project is gaining a lot of support from neighboring towns in El Paso County.
Discovery Canyon averted near disaster the afternoon of Sept. 25 and then roared back to clinch another league softball championship in the grandest of fashion.
Al Thaut is an automobile enthusiast; especially when it comes to classic cars.
The most storied and popular player in Colorado Rockies history will make his final home appearance tonight at Coors Field.
Foolish mortals beware. If you wish to be carried into the mouldering sanctum of the spirit world, then the Haunted Mines will more than wet your pallet.
Cripple Creek-Victor was short-handed in its 8-man football game against Pikes Peak Christian on Sept. 13. But the Pioneers were full of spirit to the last play, despite being on the wrong end of a 50-0 score.
The drive from Divide to Cripple Creek along Highway 67 is quite lovely anytime of the year.
Ron Heard can neither confirm nor deny the existence of a kinetic sculpture designed and constructed by the Monument Hill Kiwanis Club. But he is saying that if one such super secret model existed - which it more than likely does at an unnamed location in the Tri-Lakes area - it would be an exceptional vehicle.
Yes, I know that Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning threw for 462 yards and an NFL record-tying seven touchdown passes last Thursday against Baltimore.
Pikes Peak will become Hollywood’s mountain this month.
The inaugural Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts Music Festival was deemed a success by event organizer Dr. Michael Maddox.
Nearly three months after a devastating fire destroyed 486 homes and 5,000 acres of trees, Black Forest Together is stepping up its efforts to help all residents any way it can.
Jim Stack grew up in Nebraska and experienced a variety of storms. But never in his 40-plus years had he experienced anything like what occurred on Aug. 22 when a ferocious rain and hail storm slammed parts of El Paso and Teller counties.
After advancing to the Class 4A District playoffs in 2012, the Woodland Park High School girls’ softball team is ready to take its next huge step.
The Woodland Park High School boys and girls cross country teams gathered at Meadow Wood Park for their usual morning run on Aug. 16. There was joking and good natured jabbing among the 30 or so runners who prepared for a jaunt through the woods.
Crystal Fish (formerly Krebs) is back in charge of the Lewis-Palmer girls softball program and she is excited about the team's prospects of returning to the postseason.
Some Palmer Lake residents are not happy by the Town Council vote earlier this month to ban sales of marijuana for recreational use, and they plan to do something about it.