Mainly cloudy. Low 66F. Winds NW at 10 to 15 mph..
Mainly cloudy. Low 66F. Winds NW at 10 to 15 mph.
Updated: June 23, 2021 @ 8:40 pm
Images from the last week by the photo staff at The Gazette
Our Sisters Voices lead the march with songs and drums from Acacia Park to City Hall during the National Day of Awareness for Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women Rally in downtown Colorado Springs on Wednesday, May 5, 2021. Indigenous women and supporters walked to bring attention to the violence against Native women, ending the march at the "Take Back the Power" mural. Signs with women's pictures and names were held to remember those lost. The event was hosted by the Colorado Springs Indigenous Community and Haseya Advocate Program. (The Gazette, Chancey Bush)
The trees begin to blossom in Monument Valley Park in Colorado Springs as runners brave the gloomy weather for a lunchtime run Tuesday, May 4, 2021. After a wet and gloomy start to the work week, the forecast calls for sun and warmer weather for the rest of the week. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Freddy Marquez kisses the head of his wife, Nubia Marquez, near the scene where her mother and other family members were killed in a mass shooting early Sunday morning in Colorado Springs, Colorado on May 9, 2021. Police believe that the shooter was one of those that was dead. The shooting happened around 12:20 a.m. on Preakness Way inside the Canterbury Manufactured Home Community off of Powers Blvd. (The Gazette, Jerilee Bennett)
Sumatran Orangutan Sumagu plays with her 2-year-old daughter Kera at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Wednesday, May 5, 2021, in Colorado Springs. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
First lady Jill Biden greets Erin Nash, military spouse of Command Sgt. Maj. Adam Nash, during her visit to Fort Carson military base south of Colorado Springs, Colo., on Thursday, May 6, 2021. Biden spoke and visited with military spouses, to celebrate spouses ahead of Military Spouse Appreciation Day, during the USO Military Spouse Connection event. (The Gazette, Chancey Bush)
Kenza Zakarya and Manuel Macedo dance Salsa during a Salsa workshop lead by Tish Hardy and the Lady Bosses during the unveiling of Colorado College's new Mobile Arts Truck, in conjunction with the First Fridays Art Walk, at 116 E. Boulder Street in downtown Colorado Springs on Friday, May 7, 2021. CC Mobile Arts aims to represent diversity of stories, while creating a space for creativity and exchange of ideas. With the use of the mobile truck, the arts will be accessible to a diverse range of audiences. (The Gazette, Chancey Bush)
Nugget center Nikola Jokic gets the second of his four dunks in the first quarter of a game against the Knicks at Ball Arena on Wednesday, May 5, 2021. The Nuggets won the game 113-97.(The Gazette, Jerilee Bennett)
Tone Staubs, professional and extreme pogo stick rider, shows off his skills on his new age pogo stick at Stetson Park in Colorado Springs on Thursday, April 22, 2021. Staubs started exploring pogo stick riding at the age of 13. About five year later he became a professional and has been jumping professionally for 10 years. His pogo stick career has landed him opportunities to travel to Japan and Australia, perform in the Rose Bowl parade, NBA halftime shows and making a two-time appearance on "America's Got Talent". You can even find his name in the Guinness Book of World Records. "To me bouncing around on a pogo stick is a weightless-like feeling," said Staubs. "I'm just up in the air and only my creativity can stop me or progress me." (The Gazette, Chancey Bush)
This Mexican Wolf is right at home in the snowy environment of the Rocky Mountain Wild exhibit at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo on Monday, May 3, 2021. The Pikes Peak region got a good dose of moisture on Monday in both the forms of rain and snow at the higher elevations. (The Gazette, Jerilee Bennett)
Kelly Thompson, the highway manager for the Pikes Peak Highway, clears the walkway at the summit of 14,115-foot Pikes Peak on Thursday of the foot of snow that fell from the storm earlier in the week. More snow is forecast for the mountain Sunday through Tuesday. The recent storms are creating havoc for the crews finishing the new summit house and dismantling the old one, in the background. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)