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This Veterans Day, Nov. 11th, all Colorado Springs Water Works Car Wash locations will give free car washes to military veterans. No I.D. is required to get the free wash. “Your word is all we need to give you the wash for free,” said Water Works CEO Jim Spinato. The free washes will offered from… Continue Reading Water Works salutes veterans with free car wash

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The holiday season means a lot of differing things to different people, but for the post office it surely means one thing – a lot of work. Postal carriers will deliver an estimated 21 billion pieces of mail this season. So, to ensure smooth, timely delivery of holiday packages, the Colorado Springs branch of the… Continue Reading Post office offers holiday mailing tips, deadlines

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The Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra Foundation has given $500,000 to the Bee Vradenburg Foundation to disperse in support of the Colorado Springs Philharmonic. CSSO Foundation Board Chair Mary Ellen McNally said transferring the money to the Bee Vradenburg Foundation was the “perfect” way to ensure responsible management and disbursement of money in future years. The… Continue Reading CSSO Foundation gives $500,000 for Philharmonic support

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The Colorado Business Committee for the Arts is seeking nominations for 21st Annual Business for the Arts Awards. Nominations are being accepted for the following categories: Philanthropy, Innovation, Workforce and Workspace. Companies can be nominated online, and the deadline for nominations is 5 p.m. Nov. 12. For more information call, (303) 282-5135 or e-mail main… Continue Reading Nominations sought for business, art partnerships

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Recreation fees waived for veterans

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The Bureau of Land Management will waive recreation-related fees for Veterans, military personnel and their families on Veterans Day, Sunday, Nov. 11. Entrance and standard fees will be waived for public recreation lands, including National Parks and U.S. Fish and Wildlife and Forest Service lands. “This is a small, but special way of saying thanks… Continue Reading Recreation fees waived for veterans

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Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra Executive Director Susan Greene said today she will resign her position March 31. Tim Stack, president of the Board of Directors of the CSPO, said she’s leaving to pursue personal interests. “It did not take me by complete surprise,” he said. ”Susan has dedicated most of her waking hours for 5… Continue Reading CSPO Executive Director Susan Greene to step down

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Parkinson’s support event at the FAC

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Wine tasting, snacks, live music, and a celebrity autograph table will all be part of a Jeanne Taylor Parkinson’s Disease Support Group silent auction benefit next week. The event is scheduled from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7th at the Fine Arts Center, 30 W. Dale. Auction items include two roundtrip tickets to any… Continue Reading Parkinson’s support event at the FAC

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Police to swarm Broadmooor

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More than 1,000 law enforcement professionals will descend on The Broadmoor Nov. 14-17 for the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies’ fall conference. Representatives from agencies throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Barbados, British Virgin Islands and Bermuda are expected to attend. The Commission was established as an independent accrediting authority in 1979 by… Continue Reading Police to swarm Broadmooor

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Gary Hart to speak in the Springs

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Former U.S. Senator Gary Hart will be in Colorado Springs Nov. 7 to speak about security in the 21st century. The presentation is part of the El Pomar Foundation’s Forum for Civic Advancement, which seeks to engage those interested in civic involvement or those who serve or would like to serve in elected positions. Hart’s… Continue Reading Gary Hart to speak in the Springs

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Prairie dogs in southeast Colorado Springs have tested positive for plague. The El Paso County Department of Health and Environment collected plague-positive fleas from prairie dogs near Fontaine Boulevard and Goldfield Drive, south of the Colorado Springs Municipal Airport. Plague is a bacterial disease of rodents transmitted to humans by the bite of an infected… Continue Reading Prairie dogs plague positive

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