Category Archives: News

Clinically prepared

Peak Vista’s Jet Wing location full-service ready Late last year, Peak Vista Community Health Centers President and CEO Pam McManus set an ambitious agenda: to convert a massive, 30,000-plus-square-foot building at 1815 Jet Wing Drive from a career college into a full-service primary health care

Don’t walk!

Southeast shoulders more than a third of city’s pedestrian fatalities By Faith Miller The Southeast Express Last year, the city experienced a record number of traffic fatalities, with 48 people killed in deadly crashes. Of those 48 deaths, 13 involved pedestrians — almost three times

Winter ready

Energy Resource Center provides clients with free weatherization services By Faith Miller The Southeast Express When Venus Cenedella called Energy Resource Center to help her insulate her house, “it was like Christmas on steroids in the weatherization department,” she said in a client testimonial video

SPECIAL COVERAGE: An issue of access

Voting can challenge those with disabilities; resources, support help bridge the gap By Kit Waggoner Special to the Southeast Express For some disabled voters it can be impossible to go to polling places, to understand the legalese used for ballot measures or even to fill

SPECIAL COVERAGE: Pulse of the presidential

Here’s what some college students have to say about the 2016 election and their voting habits By Bryan Ruminski Special to the Southeast Express On Nov. 8, 2016, Republican Donald J. Trump won the presidential election. The results are still debated today. We conducted a

SPECIAL COVERAGE: ‘College’ class

A look at the Electoral College … and how it could change By Lacey Berig Special to the Southeast Express The Electoral College has become controversial. The National Archives and Records Administration website says, “The Electoral College is a process, not a place.” It is

SPECIAL COVERAGE: Step up to the ballot box

Here’s the lowdown on this November’s election Registered voters, don’t forget to check that mailbox. El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Chuck Broerman announced Monday, Oct. 14, that about 409,000 ballots for the November election were sent. “We know the citizens in our county are

SPECIAL COVERAGE: District 11 candidate questionnaires

Four seats are open for the Colorado Springs School District 11 board of education on Nov. 5. Candidates are Mary Coleman, Darleen Daniels, Jason Jorgenson, Parth Melpakam, Vincent Puzick, Joseph Shelton, Chris Wallis and Conner Sargent. The following candidates responded to a questionnaire sent by

Foster: The clock is ticking …

Have you cast your ballot yet?  Hey you! Yeah, you! The one whose ballot is still sitting, unopened, under a pile of mail on the kitchen counter. Or maybe you opened it, but are still trying to figure out what it all means. Or perhaps