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Colorado Springs invites residents to add 18,071 more trees

Colorado Springs' Tree City history goes back 150 years to founder Gen. William Jackson Palmer. Residents are invited to add 18,071 more to a tree tracker. → Read More

Your best "Quintessential Colorado" photos could be winners

During July, send your best photos of "Quintessential Colorado" for this contest sponsored by The Gazette and Mike's Camera. → Read More

Around Town: Nonprofits adapt to COVID-19 as major fundraising galas go casually virtual

Formal nonprofit fundraising galas are out for now, giving way to creative virtual events for supporters during these COVID-19, socially distanced days. → Read More

A look back in Colorado Springs: 'Luann's' Greg Evans had Colorado Springs comic newsletter

A creative Colorado Springs TV and radio communications director, promotion manager, graphic artist and cameraman transformed staff into comic characters in his popular in-house newsletter. → Read More

2020 Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta canceled, Colorado Springs liftoff decision coming

The 2020 Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, the largest hot air balloon festival in the world, is falling victim to COVID-19. This is the first year since 1972 the event has not → Read More

A look back in Colorado Springs | Roy Rogers' sidekick Pat Brady and his jeep Nellybelle

“Whoa, Nellybelle,” this must be about Roy Rogers’ comic TV sidekick Pat Brady. And sure enough, there’s a Colorado Springs connection. → Read More

A look back in Colorado Springs | Mr. Las Vegas Wayne Newton honored by USO at the Antlers

Las Vegas star Wayne Newton, a longtime USO entertainer for the troops, was spotted at the Antlers Hotel where he was honored for his support. → Read More

Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast postponed

The annual Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast, held downtown during rodeo season since 1936, has been postponed from June 17, possibly until later this summer. → Read More

WATCH: 2020 Best of the Springs winners announced at virtual party

It’s time to celebrate the winners of the 26th annual Gazette Best of the Springs. And it starts with our virtual party Thursday. → Read More

2020 Best of the Springs winners to be announced at virtual party

It’s time to celebrate the winners of the 26th annual Gazette Best of the Springs. And it starts this week with a virtual party at 5:30 p.m. Thursday. → Read More

2020 Best of the Springs winners to be announced at virtual party

It’s time to celebrate the winners of the 26th annual Gazette Best of the Springs. And it starts this week with a virtual party at 5:30 p.m. Thursday. → Read More

2020 Yellow Book for older adults has resources for El Paso, Teller and Park counties

The Yellow Book, the 2020 Senior Information and Assistance Directory, is now available from the Pikes Peak Area Agency on Aging, both online and in book form. → Read More

'Bridges of Madison County' provided a defining role for Colorado Springs singer, performer

Jennifer DeDominici Bittle, a sought-after singer and performer in the region, has had personal milestone roles in classic musical theater and opera. "Carmen" and "Mary Poppins" top her list. She → Read More

Best of the Springs winners to be announced May 31

Voting for the 26th annual Best of the Springs wrapped up in February with more than 250 categories of favorites. → Read More

A look back in Colorado Springs | Tragic stage heroine brought culture to town

With the founding of Colorado Springs in 1871 and its railroad and soon-to follow Millionaire’s Row of homes, high-society culture was sure to come. → Read More

Historic Teller County theater named an endangered site in Colorado

Most are weathered, some tumbledown, some just vestiges of what they had been. But they’re all pages from the state’s history and named to Colorado’s Most Endangered Places List by → Read More

Want to report a pothole in Colorado Springs? There's an app for that

Remember last year when local Colorado Springs citizens couldn’t quite figure out why the folks over at City Hall just plain ignored their reports of potholes and other issues around → Read More

A surprising Grateful Dead connection to Fountain Valley School

The elite Fountain Valley School, south of Colorado Springs, was founded in 1930 as a private boarding and day school, its alumni list dotted with students with famous family names. → Read More

For now, do-it-yourself French Onion Soup from La Baguette

It’s a warming comfort food and Earl Turnipseed’s French onion soup at La Baguette downtown has been a staple on The Gazette’s Best of the Springs favorite soup list for → Read More

A look back in Colorado Springs | Actor Sam Elliott, wife Katharine Ross were here for Louis L'Amour movie

Imagine walking through downtown Colorado Springs and a familiar, handsome, deep-voice cowboy strolls by, hand in hand with a well-known actress. → Read More