All posts by Regan Foster

D2 seeks board candidates

  Two, four-year seats to be decided in November Southeast residents wanting to have an impact on the area’s academic future, take note. The Harrison School District 2 Board of Education is seeking candidates for the November ballot. Two, four-year seats are up for grabs

Roadmap for success

District 11 charges into new year with community-wide celebration Colorado Springs School District 11 (D11) is heading into the 2019-20 school year with a new look, new mission and new attitude. Classes officially begin this week, but on Thursday, Aug. 8, the district kicked off

New year, new vision

D11 celebrates new plan with back-to-school bash; Polis, Suthers to join After months of work, Colorado Springs School District 11 (D11) is striding into a new school year with a new vision. The district will officially launch its bold new strategic plan and brand identity

Suthers responds to Saturday shooting

Mayor calls for patience as investigation continues Mayor John Suthers said Tuesday afternoon he understands why residents may be impatient to learn exactly what went on Saturday, Aug. 3, when a Colorado Springs Police Department officer (CSPD) shot and fatally wounded 19-year-old De’von Bailey. But

‘Everyone’s children matter’

Dozens rally following Saturday shooting Amid chants of “no justice, no peace” and “black lives matter,” about 50 people of all races rallied outside Colorado Springs City Hall on Monday to protest the fatal Saturday shooting of De’Von Bailey. The 19-year-old black Colorado Springs man

Spotted in Southeast: Fannie Mae Duncan

  A mural celebrating the late Fannie Mae Duncan welcomes guests to the Knobhill Urban Arts District. The one-story painting was unveiled July 5 on Peak Furniture Sales and rentals. It faces Platte Avenue. The Express aims to highlight public art and unique spaces found

Mission-driven medicine

Meet the doctors behind Southeast’s growing Matthews-Vu clinic Dr. Richard Vu’s mission in life is driven by three things: His family, his practice and his faith.  “We have two priorities,” said Vu, a soft-spoken physician with just the slightest hint of an accent. “Our first