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Carol McGraw

Education Reporter

  • Costumed critters can be fun but make sure outfits are safe

    Published: Sat, Oct 25, 2014

    Horrors! If anything is scary about Halloween, it is this: Consumers spend more than $330 million each year on costumes - for their pets. That's more than one-quarter of the amount spent on costumes for children, according to the National Retail Federation. But you have to admit,...

  • Crosses for Losses pooch has own cross to bear

    Updated: Thu, Oct 23, 2014

    Deja Boogie Ann Davis shakes her head and off flies her froufrou pink headband - the one with the white daisies on it. But her rhinestone-studded collar stays in place, drawing attention to what a pretty girl she is. Actually, she prefers her pink spiky collar and regularly begs for...

  • Jogger who died after he was hit by SUV in Falcon identified

    Updated: Wed, Oct 22, 2014

    The jogger who died after being struck Saturday by an SUV in Falcon has been identified as Michael Copote, 38, of Falcon, the Colorado State Patrol said Tuesday in a release. The State Patrol said Copote was jogging with his back to approaching traffic on the east side of Eastonville...

  • New Black Forest News owners learning as they go - and loving it

    Updated: Sun, Oct 19, 2014

    Who in the world purchased a newspaper because of a chicken coop? Ron and Cindy Richardson did. The Richardsons are the new owners of the weekly Black Forest News and Palmer Divide Pioneer. He's in construction. She's a former school teacher. They've been journalists since August,...

  • Want a kitty with that book? Springs-area libraries adopt cat-adoption program

    Updated: Fri, Oct 17, 2014

    Three fine felines - Hedwig, Chef and Cupcake - stare out from the bookshelves at Cheyenne Mountain 
Library. Hedwig, who shares the name of Harry Potter's owl, is posed next to a Harry Potter book (of course). Cupcake looks like a double for the black cat on the cover of "Nine Lives...

  • 3 things marijuana shops don't always tell you

    Updated: Mon, Oct 13, 2014

    So you know what weed you like and when you buy it at a new place, alas it doesn't smoke the same. What happened? It's complicated. Sort of like trying to find your great great grandfather on a genealogical website. Ry Prichard, of The Cannabist staff, (whose bio says that...

  • After losing 'life story,' Colorado Springs woman helps others explore sense of home

    Updated: Mon, Oct 13, 2014

    After Susan McConnell's home burned to the ground during the Waldo Canyon fire, she did not want to rebuild. So she opted to move away from Mountain Shadows to a bungalow near downtown. The new place was emotionally disorienting. The home and old neighborhood had been where her kids...

  • List: Top Halloween costumes for your pet

    Updated: Mon, Oct 13, 2014

    Horrors! If anything is scary about Halloween, it is this: Consumers spend more than $330 million dollars on costumes -for their pets. That's more than one-quarter the amount spent on costumes for their real children, according to the National Retail Federation. But you have to...

  • Patriarch of Pikes Peak region auto dealerships dies at 92

    Updated: Fri, Oct 10, 2014

    When Owen Faricy was a kid, he sold lettuce in his grandfather's grocery store, sometimes enthusiastically taking it to the streets. Those early years of salesmanship were just the beginning. When he died Sept. 13 at age 92, he was one of the best-known auto dealers in the state. He...

  • Past elections a favorable trend for House District 18 incumbent

    Updated: Thu, Oct 9, 2014

    If the past two elections for representative of state House District 18 are indicators, the challenger may have an uphill battle this year. Pete Lee, a Democrat, won the job by nearly 10 percentage points in 2010, and he retained the seat in 2012 with a 12-point victory. But Michael...

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