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Matt Steiner

Regional Reporter

  • El Paso County plan would add polling places within minutes from every resident

    Updated: Fri, Mar 7, 2014

    By the 2014 primary and general elections, more than 90 percent of El Paso County voters will have polling places and ballot drop-off locations within 10 minutes of their homes. Clerk & Recorder Wayne Williams discussed his office's 2014 plans with the Board of County...

  • Colorado College professors eyeing the fast-paced developments in Ukraine

    Updated: Tue, Mar 4, 2014

    While U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with Ukrainian officials Tuesday to quell tensions between a new Ukraine regime and Russia, more than 50 students joined a pair of Colorado College political science professors to discuss the fluid situation in Eastern Europe. David...

  • El Paso County Commissioner wants time to catch up from disasters

    Updated: Mon, Mar 3, 2014

    With El Paso County coming off a turbulent couple of years of fires, floods and the aftermath related to multiple disasters, county commissioner and board chairman Dennis Hisey hopes he and other county officials can play a little catch-up over the next several months. The...

  • First of four flash-flood mitigation projects in Colorado Springs is underway

    Published: Mon, Mar 3, 2014

    For the next couple weeks, heavy equipment will rumble around the northeast portion of Garden of the Gods Park in preparation for what could be another active flood season along Camp Creek. The work, which began Friday, will initially clean up about 1,500 cubic yards of sediment that...

  • Term-limited Maketa backs Anderson in El Paso County sheriff's race

    Updated: Fri, Feb 28, 2014

    El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa on Friday announced he is endorsing former sheriff John Anderson to be his successor. Maketa, who is stepping down because of term limits, stood on the steps of the gazebo at the Pioneers Museum in downtown Colorado Springs next to Anderson and...

  • Colorado Springs high school student dies after falling from car on I-25

    Updated: Fri, Feb 28, 2014

    A 16-year-old Air Academy student died after exiting a moving car on northbound Interstate 25, near the North Academy exit ramp, around 3:30 p.m. Thursday, the Colorado State Patrol said. Nanette Anderson, a spokesperson with District 20 confirmed that Brooke Olson died Thursday...

  • Residents look at three options to prevent flooding on Colorado Springs' west side

    Updated: Wed, Feb 26, 2014

    A project to rebuild Camp Creek from Garden Of The Gods south to Fountain Creek will carry a price tag of more than $30 million, no matter which of three potential plans Colorado Springs officials decide to use. Camp Creek spilled over its banks during multiple flash floods that came...

  • Forecast: Teller County's economy rebounding, but bumps remain

    Published: Wed, Feb 19, 2014

    For the most part, speaker after speaker at Wednesday's 2nd annual Teller County Economic Forecast Breakfast spoke optimistically about the county's future. Many showed PowerPoint presentations illustrating a recent "uptick" after the bottom fell out of the economy in 2008. Officials...

  • Cripple Creek poised to begin makeover of its main street

    Updated: Tue, Feb 18, 2014

    For the historic Teller County gold rush town of Cripple Creek, existence at nearly 10,000 feet has been riddled with booms and busts. Over the last year, the town of nearly 1,200 people that has become dependent on its gaming industry experienced a bit of a bust. Some point to two...

  • Udall says CC leading the way in energy savings, efficiencies

    Updated: Tue, Feb 18, 2014

    Sen. Mark Udall's statewide energy tour stopped in Colorado Springs on Monday so the U.S. legislator could see what Colorado College officials have done since 2008. The walking tour, which college energy manager Mark Ferguson called "a snapshot" of its efforts to save energy on the...

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