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Pikes Peak Community College course designer Marc Nash was recognized by Gov. Jared Polis for his collaborative work to advocate for and introduce open educational resources, which are materials for teaching or learning — such as textbooks — that are either in the public domain or free of ch…

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The annual voyage to the pumpkin patch is a favorite field trip for many students in Colorado Springs. One such trip is made possible through the generosity of Nick and Bambi Venetucci, who have provided free pumpkins to local children for over 50 years. Since 2006, the Pikes Peak Community …

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Kimbra Smith, an associate professor of anthropology at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS) is collecting stories from residents as part of her new project, “Revealing Invisible Histories of Colorado Springs.” Starting in mid-October, Smith and her students will be conducti…

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The Helen Hunt Campus, a former elementary school on East Moreno Avenue that now is home to six nonprofits and a Switchbacks Coffee, hosted the Colorado Farm and Art Market Saturday, Sept. 26.

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If you’re driving near the intersection of Jetwing Drive and Hancock Expressway on the second Friday of the month, you may notice some traffic congestion in the area due to the Solid Rock Community Development Corporation’s (SRCDC) Community Pantry event, which provides free food to Colorado…

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We start with RISE Southeast, which is one of three organizations that received some 180 temporal thermometers for redistribution to neighborhood businesses. Coalition members swung by the Sand Creek Library July 8, 9 and 10 to get the thermometers into area entrepreneurs’ hands. 

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When we launched this column, the plan was to give a shoutout to the people, organizations and institutions that went above and beyond for the betterment of Southeast Colorado Springs. 

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This month’s shout-outs go to the Youth of the Year contestants, community engagement and Southeast Springs voters.