More Stephanie Earls Articles

  • Practical parenting classes held at Marian House

    Published: Sun, Jan 5, 2014

    Catholic Charities of Central Colorado will host a seven-week parenting program, created by the Love and Logic Institute Inc., designed to offer practical techniques for enhancing the parent-child relationship. "Becoming a Love and Logic Parent" classes will help participants address...

  • Colorado Springs church opens new north campus

    Updated: Sun, Jan 5, 2014

    Radiant Church, an assembly of God church based on Maizeland Road, will hold a grand opening of its north location at 9:45 a.m. Jan. 12. The church plans to purchase property and build a facility somewhere along the North Powers Boulevard corridor. Until then, the north campus...

  • Guided New Year's Day hikes plentiful in Pikes Peak region

    Updated: Mon, Dec 30, 2013

    Start 2014 with a fresh perspective and fresh air by taking part in a New Year's Day guided nature hike through a Colorado state park. The First Day Hikes initiative, held at state parks nationwide on Jan. 1, offers individuals and families a chance to get a jump on healthy...

  • Hats-4-Hope warms the tiny heads of premature babies in Colorado Springs

    Updated: Tue, Dec 24, 2013

    s Suzy Luff hand-looms each Hat-4-Hope, she checks the fit by trying out the cap on her fist. Luff is a petite, 20-year-old college sophomore and has hands that form a fist roughly the size of the tiny heads the hats are meant to cover - premature babies in the neonatal intensive care...

  • U.S. Figure Skating coach becomes Christmas sweater star on social media

    Published: Mon, Dec 23, 2013

    U.S. Figure Skating coach Kathy Casey has taught some of the world's elite skaters to land a double axel, one of the sport's more challenging jumps. In a career spanning more than 50 years, she's trained luminaries, including U.S. national champion Scott Davis and Olympic bronze...

  • Have Bible app, will travel - virtually

    Published: Sun, Dec 22, 2013

    Imagine walking the streets of old Jerusalem, along the same paths Jesus took, or ascending the Mount of Olives to watch sunrise over the Israeli capital, one of the world's older cities. Now you can make the trip without the expense and hassle of international travel with the "Bible...

  • Air Force Academy's chapel honored by German group

    Updated: Fri, Dec 20, 2013

    Move over Notre Dame and Westminster Abbey, with your steeples and flying buttresses. There's been a reformation in church architecture and Colorado Springs is home to one of the best examples in the world. The Air Force Academy's Cadet Chapel, the most popular man-made attraction in...

  • Colorado eighth in America's Health Rankings

    Updated: Tue, Dec 17, 2013

    America just had its annual physical, and the visit wasn't all frowns and tsk-tsks. For the first time in decades, the nation appears to have taken a cue from least-obese Colorado and kept waistlines from growing, according to America's Health Rankings, an annual assessment of state...

  • Chance meeting at The Gazette leads to romance, marriage

    Updated: Tue, Dec 17, 2013

    After almost 40 years in Colorado Springs and a career in transportation with School District 11, Debi Shafer found herself at a crossroads. She was 57, retired, a widow, with no immediate family in the area. She wasn't sure what she wanted for her next chapter, and she wasn't sure...

  • The First Tee opens Indoor Learning Center in Colorado Springs

    Published: Mon, Dec 16, 2013

    Madison Greene shifted her weight from left foot to right and sidled up to the tee. "A little closer now, hon," said her father, Rick Greene, coaching from a few feet away. "Hands together. Thumbs down. Good!" The 8-year-old swung, knocking the ball high and hard into the netting...

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