Tatiana Parafiniuk-Talesnick, The Register-Guard

Tatiana Parafiniuk-Talesnick

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Eugene, OR, United States

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Past articles by Tatiana:

No work, no stimulus check add anxiety for undocumented immigrant laborers

Evelyn Castro is helping Centro Latino Americano raise money for about 900 families who won’t be receiving stimulus money in Lane County. This isn’t just immigrant families, but families at least partly made up of American citizens, she said.If anyone in a household files taxes using an ITIN, a tax processing number issued to those not yet eligible for a Social Security number, the family will… → Read More

No work, no stimulus check add anxiety for undocumented immigrant laborers

Evelyn Castro is helping Centro Latino Americano raise money for about 900 families who won’t be receiving stimulus money in Lane County. This isn’t just immigrant families, but families at least partly made up of American citizens, she said.If anyone in a household files taxes using an ITIN, a tax processing number issued to those not yet eligible for a Social Security number, the family will… → Read More

As nation debates statues, Colorado Springs park's memorial event turns 150

Amid national debate over Confederate statues, some have been toppled, vandalized and removed. But a controversial monument in a little Colorado Springs park remains undisturbed. → Read More

Mountain lion breaks into Colorado home, kills house cat

BOULDER — A mountain lion that became trapped inside a Colorado home killed a house cat before police and wildlife officers were able to scare it out. → Read More

Back to School Guide: Finding the right school

The prospect of finding the right primary or secondary school can be overwhelming, but Colorado’s open enrollment laws give families the option to choose what school their child enrolls in. → Read More

Great American Beer Festival tickets on sale Wednesday morning

Calling all beer lovers! Tickets for the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) in Denver go on sale at 10 a.m. Wednesday. → Read More

Police ask for help finding at-risk man, again

Police are asking for help finding a potentially at-risk man. → Read More

Woman robbed at gunpoint at Colorado Springs ATM, car stolen

A Colorado Springs woman told police two people pointed a gun at her and demanded she withdraw all her money when she stopped at an ATM near midnight Tuesday. → Read More

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo explains "humane" decision to euthanize Penny, legacy

Penny, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s newest giraffe, was euthanized Monday. → Read More

Man arrested, suspected of robbing two convenience stores

A man was arrested on suspicion of the armed robbery of two Kum & Go stores in July. Jacob Hunnicutt, 22, is suspected of robbing the Kum & Go at → Read More

Man hit by car following road rage incident on I-25 in Colorado Springs

A man was severely injured in an apparent road rage incident Sunday evening when he got out of his vehicle and was struck by another car, Colorado Springs police said. → Read More

GoFundMe page taking donations for volunteer Hanover firefighters injured in road collapse

A GoFundMe has been set up for two volunteer Hanover firefighters who were injured when their firetruck fell into a 20-foot-deep sinkhole after last week’s torrential rains. → Read More

Saturday's traffic: Crash on Powers and Omaha shuts down northbound lanes

Traffic and road conditions Saturday around Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region. → Read More

Bear hiding in storm sewer in west Colorado Springs runs off after checking if the coast is clear

Poking its head out of the manhole of a storm drain in west Colorado Springs, the bear looked one way, then the other, before hauling itself out and running off, → Read More

Military members, vets to get free admission to state parks in August

Veterans and active-duty military will get free admission to all 41 Colorado state parks for the month of August. → Read More

Fort Carson soldier found dead in Lake Pueblo

A Fort Carson soldier was found dead in Lake Pueblo on Sunday after a cliff-diving accident in Cottonwood Creek Cove, authorities reported. → Read More

Article 32 hearing held for Air Force Academy junior accused of sexual assault

Evidence was presented at a hearing Wednesday that will determine if an Air Force Academy cadet accused of sexually assaulting another cadet will be court-martialed. → Read More

Tuesday's traffic: Rollover on 8th Street turns fatal

Roundup of road closures and traffic conditions in Colorado Springs on Tuesday. → Read More

New leaders take command of 1st Space Brigade, 759th Military Police Battalion

The 1st Space Brigade and the 759th Military Police Battalion welcomed new leaders in change-of-command ceremonies Friday in Colorado Springs. → Read More

Wednesday's traffic: Multiple downtown accidents in Colorado Springs

Roundup of traffic and road conditions on Wednesday in the Colorado Springs area. → Read More