Mandate, expected to be released late Wednesday night, to take effect Thursday morning. By Regan Foster The Southeast Express Calling it an “extreme measure,” Gov. Jared Polis announced a statewide stay-at-home order that will go into effect at 6 a.m. March 26 and lasting through
A look at efforts to help businesses, individuals weather the storm. By Zach Hillstrom Special to the Southeast Express The COVID-19 pandemic’s economic fallout has left Colorado’s business community reeling, and guidelines from city, state and federal officials have changed daily — sometimes hourly. Our
Districts 2, 11 to offer free meals for kids Southeast Colorado Springs students will continue to get free meals through Spring Break, Harrison School District 2 announced Monday. In addition, more than 1,000 boxes of pantry staples are headed to five D2 schools for distribution
Districts follow El Paso County-wide call to help slow spread of COVID-19 Harrison School District 2 and Colorado Springs School District 11 will both be closed for at least two weeks, starting Monday, March 16. The 14-day halt coincides with pre-scheduled week-long spring breaks. The
‘Basically a giant egg pie Hi there, home cooks! After a few months off, it’s nice to be back with you and getting creative in the kitchen. March is National Nutrition Month, an annual campaign led by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics to get
Entrepreneur brings fresh, affordable options directly to Southeast Colorado Springs food deserts Elena Salinas likes to say, “food is love, and I love people.” The entrepreneur grew up cooking alongside her mother, who, she said, was the first person to volunteer to make a meal
A mural by Molly McClure and Muji Rieger depicting Mother Earth invokes the coming growing season and summer’s bounty.
This month’s shout-outs go to the Youth of the Year contestants, community engagement and Southeast Springs voters.
Colorado Springs delegation visits Austin, Texas, today in ongoing search for a solution.
When Nurse Practitioner Patricia Williams’ daughter entered postsecondary school, she needed a little extra guidance. So, Williams began mentoring her daughter and other young people working to earn a CNA license.