Harrison boys basketball squad eyes Colorado title, focuses on the present.
In Southeast and throughout the state, female leaders are changing the nature of politics
When my brothers and I attended Harrison, the District 2 rivalry was phenomenal: Pep rallies, spirit days and school camaraderie, the whole nine. Those are memories I have to cherish forever.
Here are some of the area’s offerings on New Year’s Eve By Zach Hillstrom The Southeast Express With 2019 coming to an end and the new year fast approaching, it’s time for Southeast residents to start making their plans for New Year’s Eve. For those
We are committed to passing legislation that builds an economy for all, invests in our future and protects our Colorado way of life. By State Rep. Tony Exum Guest column, special to the Express The next legislative session of the Colorado General Assembly begins on
Sierra’s D’Nae Wilson excels academically and as an athlete By Marcus Hill The Southeast Express Nothing says confidence like knocking down a 24-foot three in the fourth quarter of a basketball game. Sierra High School senior girls basketball captain D’Nae Wilson exuded it all night
Springs Food Rescue a growing force in Southeast By Zach Hillstrom The Southeast Express When the Colorado Springs Food Rescue (CSFR) was founded in 2013, it was a small-scale volunteer project organized by Colorado College students trying to prevent excessive food waste and to address
Council of Neighbors and Organizations builds community through neighborhoods By Eric Friedberg & Regan Foster The Southeast Express Julie Ramirez is a longtime Southeast resident, a graduate of Harrison School District 2 and a coach for the Harrison High School track and field team. She
UpaDowna gets explorers back to nature By Marcus Hill The Southeast Express Nature provides a bond, even to those unfamiliar with its ways. Since 2007, UpaDown made it their business to provide people with the opportunity to get in touch with the outdoors. UpaDown, located
Community gardens, nonprofit address Southeast food desert By Erinn Callahan The Southeast Express Joan Clemons is the first to say that the Hillside Community Garden is not run by experts. “We just saw a need and said, ‘Hey, can we do this? Yes, we can,’”