There’s still work to do, but I firmly believe that Southeast is changing itself, and in so doing, will change the world.
The holidays are once again upon us. I love this time of year: the general energy, the spirit, the traditions, the festivities, the food and, above all, the overall atmosphere of comfort and joy. For some reason, it all turns me into a marshmallow —
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
Happy anniversary, Southeast Colorado Springs! Given the deep history of this community, I’m sure that seems a bit strange. But for me, Sept. 17 marked a monumental day. Precisely one year earlier, I walked into the hallowed halls of Colorado Publishing House, charged with determining
Time to gear up as summer winds on
Help make the Express your community newspaper
Not too long ago, I was chatting with a friend and former colleague about what it takes to launch a nonprofit newspaper. He’s a longtime reporter and, like me, has built a career on established, for-profit publications. Whether as an act of support or one