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Carol McGraw

Education Reporter

  • CC President Jill Tiefenthaler vision: More community engagement

    Updated: Mon, Dec 9, 2013

    Colorado College has a seven-to-10-year strategic plan, which will forge closer relations with the Colorado Springs community, President Jill Tiefenthaler explained Friday during a breakfast presentation at Cornerstone Arts Center. Scores of community members from businesses,...

  • Burglary suspect arrested after stand-off in north Colorado Springs

    Published: Sun, Dec 8, 2013

    A burglary suspect was arrested early Saturday after police tracked him to a mobile home on Cascade Court and a tactical team talked him out of his hiding place. The incident began about 4 a.m. when officers followed a vehicle they tied to a Hobby Town burglary on 1726 E. Woodmen Rd,...

  • Burglary suspect arrested after stand-off in north Colorado Springs

    Published: Sun, Dec 8, 2013

    A burglary suspect was arrested early Saturday after police tracked him to a mobile home on Cascade Court and a tactical team talked him out of his hiding place. The incident began about 4 a.m. when officers followed a vehicle they tied to a Hobby Town burglary on  1726 E....

  • Pearl Harbor survivors honored in Colorado Springs

    Updated: Sun, Dec 8, 2013

    The two old warriors slowly struggled to their feet Saturday for the posting of colors to honor their comrades, the 2,402 who were killed in the Japanese air attack 72 years ago on Pearl Harbor. One-hundred?year-old Jim Downing and ninety- year-old Douglas Huggins, both of Colorado...

  • Clyde the mountain lion retires as UCCS mascot

    Updated: Fri, Dec 6, 2013

    The wildest faculty member at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has been laid off. Clyde, a mountain lion who on occasion taught environmental studies, was dropped because students didn't flock to his classes. Instead, officials say UCCS is going to put more effort...

  • Free talk offered on helping disabled students succeed in college

    Published: Mon, Dec 2, 2013

    Helping students with disabilities get into college and stay in will be discussed at a free public panel 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Thursday at Cheyenne Mountain High School. The panel will include several college special service coordinators and admissions counselors. The event is...

  • Friday offered activities outside of shopping for many around Colorado Springs

    Updated: Sat, Nov 30, 2013

    Not everyone was out shopping on Black Friday. Many were purposefully staying away from stores and the madding crowd. You could find these naysayers with families and friends everywhere that cash registers were not - on hiking trails, libraries and even in cemeteries, remembering...

  • 'Western accent,' especially in Colorado, is what men want

    Updated: Mon, Nov 25, 2013

    Forget bedroom eyes. It's the accent that apparently attracts guys to Colorado women. At least that is what a national survey of 2,000 men and women conducted by the dating site Cupid.com says. The West in general came in third in popularity behind Southern and New York accents....

  • Space Foundation schedules Colorado Springs programs to explain weather extremes

    Published: Mon, Nov 25, 2013

    It's not called "Cool Science" for nothing. The Space Foundation has some programs Dec. 7 that will explain how we get all those shivery winter weather extremes. There will be some hands-on demonstrations of how Mother Nature creates those weather events, using liquid nitrogen...

  • The latest holiday dilemma: Give thanks and shop?

    Updated: Sun, Nov 24, 2013

    Daniel Stinar definitely is not going shopping on Thanksgiving Day. He doesn't care that many retailers are coaxing consumers to forgo turkey and pumpkin pie in exchange for bargain prices at stores that will open as early as 6 a.m. on the holiday. "No shopping," Daniel says....

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