RSS

Archive | January, 2013

Robinson teaching universal concepts at Space Foundation

31. January 2013

Comments Off

School students think Amy Robinson is out of this world. Robinson is a space education specialist at the Space Foundation — and is the person responsible for developing about 12 sets of curricula that support science, technology, engineering and mathematics programs at the foundation. Most recently, she’s developed standards-based curriculum for the Wonders of the […]

Continue reading...

Green-Cheatwood brings compassion, expertise to Penrose surgical role

24. January 2013

Comments Off

At 37, Dr. Toni Green-Cheatwood has a lot of responsibility. She’s the director of breast oncology at Penrose-St. Francis Cancer Center — and counsels women on their options once they’re diagnosed with breast cancer. It’s not an easy job, but creating long-term relationships with patients is one of the things Green-Cheatwood enjoys about her high-stress […]

Continue reading...

Nordberg brings youthful perspective to state Capitol as HD 14 lawmaker

17. January 2013

Comments Off

Dan Nordberg, elected last November to represent House District 14 in north Colorado Springs, has become the youngest Republican in the Colorado State House of Representatives. At 29, the Colorado State University graduate hopes to be able to help the Legislature foster an environment that will promote business growth and job creation. While this is […]

Continue reading...

Cavanaugh busy with Resource Exchange, Alleyscapes

10. January 2013

1 Comment

Alisha Cavanaugh was living and working in Texas when she heard about Colorado Springs. When she was ready for a change, she picked up and moved here. It didn’t take long to establish deep roots. And her recent efforts to help transform downtown’s alleyways into thriving retail thoroughfares have helped her make a name for […]

Continue reading...

Thaxton rises from family camcorder to career in broadcast journalism

4. January 2013

Comments Off

There was never a doubt that Zach Thaxton would enter the field of broadcast journalism. The KOAA News 5 general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor, now 34, remembers watching the news as a tot every day after Sesame Street and being fascinated by the “Muppet” (actually a weatherman) who was pointing to a big U.S. […]

Continue reading...