Commuter bus service between Colorado Springs and Denver will continue for at least the rest of the year…Colorado and national mining officials say the “new energy economy,” usually associated with renewable energy, starts with their industry…and, Compassion International says the State Department has confirmed that a body found in rubble from the earthquake in Haiti is that of Colorado Springs filmmaker David Hames.

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One Response to Round-Up: FREX Safe through 2010, and more

  1. ron says:

    whoever is in charge of the colorado springs tranisit system needs to go to jail for running empty buses all around colorado springs

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