Carol McGraw

Education Reporter

  • Broadmoor area estate packed with 'jaw dropping' items lures shoppers

    Updated: Sat, May 30, 2015

    Rich Schell had his arms loaded Friday with vintage clothes, including a Bill Blass gown of embossed taffeta. He was one of many estate sale goers mesmerized by the offerings at 12 El Encanto Drive in the Old Broadmoor area. The items he chose will be given to a designer friend back...

  • Colorado Springs couple want new home for trophy head named Headlight

    Updated: Mon, Jan 5, 2015

    Dr. Rocky White is on the horns of a dilemma. If he gets rid of Headlight, he will be a bit sad. If he doesn't, Headlight will ruin the French Provincial and modern ambiance that his wife, Debbie, is trying to achieve in the living room of their new Colorado Springs home....

  • Parents Challenge back to work trying to improve options for Colorado Springs students

    Updated: Mon, Jan 5, 2015

    After a two-year break to reorganize, educational empowerment nonprofit Parents Challenge is running at full speed - planning two January events for parents and educators and taking applications for programs that offer scholarships and grants. The mission of Colorado Springs-based...

  • Blood donors can be a lifesaver to dogs, too

    Updated: Mon, Jan 5, 2015

    Monk and Shiloh are blood hounds. Actually, they are gigantic goofy Newfoundlands who help save the lives of other dogs by giving blood. Their Colorado Springs owner, Herb Culbertson, takes them to HemoSolutions every couple of months, where the dogs each donate a pint of blood -...

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