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By Griffin Swartzell Molly McClure took up the family trade. She’s a painter, just like her dad, Riley, and she’s always had a love of portraiture.  Locals may have seen some of the portraits she’s shown in various exhibitions since she became a full-time artist in 2016. But more recently, she’s...
For Dan Schnepf, March 10 was the worst day of the past five years. Schnepf, founder of Matrix Design Group and Blue and Silver Development, the public-private development partnership that is spearheading the U.S. Air Force Academy Gateway Visitor Center, had secured all of the necessary approvals to get started...
Colorado’s known for embracing Mother Nature, but the COVID-19 pandemic has upended the outdoor recreation industry. Businesses have scrambled to adjust to mandated closures and safety requirements, as well as supply chain disruptions. Many have already lost tens of thousands of dollars in revenue and face a steep climb to cut...
With thousands of Coloradans out of work thanks to COVID-19, Gov. Jared Polis in late April enacted a statewide moratorium on evictions and late fees for past-due rent. But even with rising unemployment, and without the threat of evictions, many landlords and property managers have reported only slight impacts on...
  By 1999, Dan Remus and Jef Strauss’ beloved Dalmatian, Geni, was getting old. The two had corporate jobs that kept them away from 彩票联盟 for extended periods of time. “We were feeling guilty that she just wasn’t getting quality time with us,” Remus said. “I wanted to leave my job and...
By Griffin Swartzell People always think Keyshon Cooks is older than he is — but the new community coordinator for the Colorado Springs Council of Neighbors and Organizations is only 23.  Cooks is a native of Colorado Springs’ Southeast. He graduated from Colorado State University in 2019 with a bachelor’s in...
By Griffin Swartzell Elizabeth Sottile, manager of member services and events for USA Karate, isn’t a martial arts practitioner. Her background is in sports medicine — she earned her bachelor’s of science degree in sports medicine from Springfield College in Massachusetts — but during her senior year, she realized she wasn’t...
Cybercriminals haven’t hit the brakes for COVID-19. Consider this short list of recent cyber attacks the tip of the iceberg.  Hackers are installing malware on cell phones via fake coronavirus tracking apps and fake COVID-19 maps. The malware can steal bank details, passwords and login information from the victim’s device....
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a heavy toll on Annie’s Pet Salon. The stay-at-彩票联盟 order meant owner Shirley Rewoldt had to close her doors for 5 weeks, and now she faces long road back to financial stability. It will take the rest of the year, she thinks — maybe...
By Griffin Swartzell For many, slinging drip coffees and pulling espresso shots is something short term, a summer job after classes for high school and college students. And looking at the numbers, Vicy Stone seems like just that. She was 15 years old when she started working at The Daily...
The coal-fired units of the Martin Drake and Ray Nixon power plants will have to be retired for Colorado Springs Utilities to meet a state-mandated goal of 80 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. Acknowledging that fact, the Utilities Policy Advisory Committee at its May 6 meeting whittled...
For owners of short-term rental properties in Colorado Springs, May is typically one of the busiest times of the year. With the weather beginning to warm, vacation season ramping up and high school and college graduations bringing thousands of travelers to the city, STRs like those listed on Airbnb are...