Top leaders at the U.S. Olympic Committee in Colorado Springs were complicit in a yearlong "concealment" of abuse allegations that led to the …
Stephanie Earls is a news reporter and columnist at The Gazette. Before moving to Colorado Springs in 2012, she worked for newspapers in upstate NY, WA, OR and at her hometown weekly in Berkeley Springs, WV, where she got her start in journalism.
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Sixteen years ago, Ron Nickelson was jogging in the snow near his home in Cincinnati when he realized the leg cramp he’d been trying to power …
If you felt a ripple in the beerosphere last week, it was the collective sigh of relief from a certain segment of quittin’ time beers, and the…
The holiday season began on a sour note for 11-year-old Brendon Bradley, whose prized cello was stolen on the Monday after Thanksgiving. The Colorado Springs community came to the rescue, however, with almost $2,400 in donations and offers to donate used cellos to the boy, who is on the autism spectrum and uses music as an outlet for his emotions.
Brendon Bradley thought he wanted to play the trumpet, but at Back to School Music Night at West Elementary School two years ago, he changed h…
Dave Greene has spent the past 34 Thanksgivings deep in a holiday grove in Colorado Springs, 1,000 miles from home.
Carl Chinn begins most days in the hollow hours before dawn, over coffee and an unfinished catalog of carnage.
As my partner in beer pointed out Sunday, as we rolled through conjoined parking lots en route to Smiling Toad Brewery off South 8th St., I sh…