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While the NTSB recommends banning the use of electronic devices by drivers in cars, Colorado has already had a texting ban (Denver Post). Two more rural schools built by a trouble construction company are found structurally deficient (Denver Post). Trends in Colorado mortgage repayments mean fewer refinances and purchases ( Continue Reading

Environmental groups and Colorado’s oil and gas industry have set aside their differences to support a new rule for hydraulic fracturing. State regulators approved the rule yesterday, which requires oil and gas companies to publicly disclose the chemicals and fluids used in fracturing. As Bente Birkeland reports, it’s being hailed as the most transparent [...]

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In our second and final installment of “A Brief History of Colorado Springs as Intrepreted via a Pile of Old Matchbooks” “A Wandering Conversation Inspired by the Presence of a Pile of Old Matchbooks” we talk about local treasures that have gone and some that remain such as the Trail Dust Steakhouse, The Hungry [...]

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Construction of Western Federal Savings Bank on Cascade Avenue in January 1967.

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El Paso County health officials say there’s been a sharp increase in gastrointestinal illness in the region since the beginning of December, and say it’s likely due to an infection caused by norovirus…and, Earthquakes continue to crop up along the Colorado-New Mexico border.

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State regulators unanimously approved a new rule today requiring oil and gas companies to publicly disclose the chemicals and fluids used in hydraulic fracturing. The oil and gas industry and the environmental community came together and brokered a compromise so all sides now support the rule…and, state auditors say 10 Colorado agencies could lose [...]

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KILO Responds!

On December 13, 2011 By

KILO’s program director and morning show host, Ross Ford, was kind enough to offer a response to our inquiry regarding KILO’s recent use of familiar KRCC logography:

As a 37 year old male i don’t even know where to find you on the dial. So i think all this can be categorized as “radio [...]

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Tuesday Index

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The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission approves new regulations for fracking (Denver Post, Pueblo Chieftain). Senator Bennet introduces a bill that would provide a way for skilled immigrant students to gain legal status (Denver Post). Political parties argue over new statehouse maps and prepare for a potentially [...]

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Colorado’s attorney general and the governor are deciding whether to appeal a trial court decision that says state funding for K through 12 schools is inadequate and unconstitutional. While education advocates praise the decision saying it’s a wakeup call, many are also wondering what’s next and how the state can fix the problem. Bente [...]

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It has recently come to our attention that a local radio station has been marketing itself in a fashion that resembles the marketing efforts of KRCC. Colorado’s pure rock station, KILO 94.3FM has, for some time now, been using the Colorado license plate theme that so many loyal KRCC listeners and members have long associated [...]

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Woman, child and small dog peering out of truck window. Door has state stickers under window.

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The Colorado Supreme Court has accepted Democratic drawn maps for new statehouse district boundaries…and, More than 1,400 Colorado consumers may be eligible for compensation under a class action settlement over denial of claims related to a cancer and disease expense policy.

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Monday Index

On December 12, 2011 By

A new website offers state rankings of public schools as letter grades (Denver Post).

In Colorado Springs, three area school district earn the state’s top accreditation honors (Gazette). The Business Journal starts a three-part series on downtown rejuvenation*. Postal workers plan a rally today to show the effects [...]

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On a recent afternoon, members of the Colorado Springs community marched from the Pioneers Museum to the Gay and Lesbian Fund for Colorado’s Building on East Costilla St. to share their appreciation for what the fund has brought to the community over the past 15 years. It was recently announced that the Gay and [...]

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Men, most holding small flags, march down unpaved road past large two-story building with stone pillars and frame house alongside.

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In this episode of the Middle Distance, Kathryn Eastburn takes us on a holiday tour of the Nashville Parthenon, the Miracle Mile and the parking lot of the Colorado Springs Airport.

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Exterior of Antlers Hotel with Christmas decorations from roof and on street in front. Cars are parked at right and in front of hotel. Car at right foreground reads “Stewarts Photo Service.”

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Thousands of Coloradans expecting up to $700 in government rebates for buying energy-saving furnaces or insulation are still waiting for their rebates, some for up to a year…and, the Better Business Bureau is warning people about an email scam that appears to come from them.

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