The new Southeast Express newspaper launches with a tribute to Fannie Mae Duncan, Colorado Springs’ queen of inclusion. In the meantime, enjoy our prototype edition and help spread the word about the Express! The inaugural issue of the Southeast Express will be delivered via the
Take a look at the Express’ digital plan By now, you know The Southeast Express will not cut corners in its news coverage or market place. We aim to be innovative in how we offer the community news and advertising content. But we’re not stopping
Hello, Southeast Colorado Springs! We couldn’t be happier to meet you. I am honored to serve as the founding editor and general manager of the publication you are currently holding in your hands. I am also its receptionist, ombudsmen, primary coffee drinker . . .
Here’s what some of our Southeast leaders are saying about the Express . . . Sen.-elect Pete Lee “Benjamin Franklin was a newspaper founder and publisher, and he used his newspaper to link and connect the community together — the community being Philadelphia, which (with
More than a mere mirror of a community, a newspaper can also be a lens, focusing creators and readers toward a goal that might otherwise seem out of reach.
Here is just a taste of what you will find in your Southeast Express, a new neighborhood newspaper.
Some Harrison School District Two schools stepped to the head of the class recently, earning top state recognitions for their outstanding performances on assessment tests.
We are delighted to present to you the Express’ community calendar.
A nearly 30-year veteran of the Colorado Springs Police Department will take the reins Feb. 1, following the retirement of outgoing Chief Pete Carey.
Harrison High School football Coach Al Melo was named the 3A Football Coach of the Year.