Stephanie Earls


Penny Taylor at work in her home workshop Friday, September 23, 2016. Taylor has a business called Re-Find Restorations. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette
Hurricane Matthew, Haiti October 2016
In the wake of Hurricane Matthew, 81 of the centers operated in Haiti by Compassion International, the Colorado Springs-based Christian child sponsorship organization, are closed temporarily, with 78 having suffered partial or total destruction. Three Compassion-assisted children, 13 caregivers and five siblings have died.The organization is seeking donations to support ongoing relief and recovery efforts. Courtesy photo.
Hillary Campaign
Volunteers and employees for Bristol Brewing are working through the day to make sure that there will be a Pumpkin Ale this year. A volunteer has four bottles held back to purchase. The wildly popular beer sells out by the end of the day it is sold. The proceeds go to the Venetucci Farm. This year Venetucci got a double whammy with a hail storm that wiped out their crop and then with the polluted Fountain water, none of their vegetables were useable. photo by Jerilee Bennett,The Gazette
Kari and Joe Ward and their four children atop Mt. Quandary in August 2015. The hike was the most strenuous activity Kari Ward had engaged in since she was diagnosed with cancer in 2012. Courtesy photo.
Tara Stone is pictured during the Liturgy of the Eucharist on Aug. 15 at St. Peter Catholic Church in Monument. As part of the Rite of Consecration of Virgins Living in the World, Stone received special insignia, including a veil and ring denoting her as a bride of Christ. Courtesy Mike Searle, Ferrari Films.
Attendees at the Springs Beer Fest in America the Beautiful Park Saturday, August 2, 2014. Photo by Stephen Hobbs
Cogstone Brewing Co.
A rotating tap of 25 beers grace the bar at Mike and Amanda Bristol's Bristol Brewing Company as the business approaches 20 years in business. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette