By: Hannah Blick, firstname.lastname@example.org
In 1987, the first Holiday Food and Gift Festival made an appearance in Denver. Seventeen years ago, it expanded south to Colorado Springs and the rest is holiday history.
By: Nick Roper, Kaiser Permanente
David Carter loves his English class - the reading, writing, and discussing his favorite authors - but his favorite part of the school day is when he gets to exercise. Thanks to a Thriving Schools grant from Kaiser...
By: Tammy Davis, G.I. Grannies/Gramps for Soldier Support
After noticing the positive effect an elderly Italian interpreter had on the wounded soldiers he was interacting with, Dell Harlow-Curtis founded G.I. Grannies/Gramps for Soldier Support (GIGSS) in 2011.
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By: MATT STEINER firstname.lastname@example.org
Ask a mother of 10 what presents the biggest challenge on a day-to-day basis, and you never know what kind of answer you might get.
Adoptive parent Sharon Barnett of Colorado Springs didn't hesitate when...
By: Teresa J. Farney email@example.com
Cookies, cookies and more cookies. We never can get enough, especially during the holidays.
And we want your recipes!
The Gazette's cookie contest is back, and we're looking for the very best...
By: Sam Rush-Walton, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Colorado
Keoki is a smiling and curious 2-year-old who loves nature and collecting rocks. Most never suspect he weighed just one pound and ten ounces at birth and needed to be hospitalized for nearly the first 100 days of his...