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Melanie Nettles is one of the local drivers for the lyft ride sharing service that has recently expanded to Colorado Springs. The service began 7 p.m. Thursday, April 24, 2014. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)

Lyft brings free ride-sharing to Colorado Springs

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San Francisco-based Lyft Inc. has expanded its free ride-sharing company that operates like a taxi service into 23 additional cities, including Colorado Springs.

Sandi Yukman, right, 2013 Athena winner, presents the 2014 award to Colorado Springs City Council member Jan Martin.

Athena Award goes to Colorado Springs City Councilwoman Jan Martin

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City Councilwoman Jan Martin has followed women who have been role models for her in politics and in the community, and she takes pride in ...

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