Lowe joins sister at Division I level

April 13, 2007

Friday, April 13, 2007 By NATHAN LINDQUIST The Register-Mail GALESBURG – Another Lowe will soon be joining the college basketball ranks. Bushnell-Prairie City/Avon senior forward Mallory Lowe signed a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday (Read More)

UNPLUGGED

April 11, 2007

MORE THAN HALF OF U.S. COLLEGE CAMPUSES NOW HAVE WIRELESS INTERNET, AND THOSE IN THE SPRINGS DON’T WANT TO BE LEFT OUT By WAYNE HEILMAN THE GAZETTE Wireless computer networks are spreading on college campuses (Read More)

Not Quite Homeless

April 8, 2007

It’s scary and cramped, but for some, living in motels means they’re not quite homeless By ANTHONY LANE THE GAZETTE The cell phone doesn’t work, but Renee Foster, 14, believes it keeps her safe. She (Read More)

Palisades senior housing units filling up quickly

March 16, 2007

Becky Hurley March 16, 2007 The product of a first-of-its-kind partnership between the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and Dunn & Associates Inc., Broadmoor Palisades has opened three two-bedroom luxury apartment models at South (Read More)

Palisades models open

March 14, 2007

Models are open at The Palisades at Broadmoor Park. The new retirement community in southwest Colorado Springs is being developed by Dunn & Associates Inc. The senior center pairs the locally owned private developer with (Read More)

Springs actor is all about the Benjamin

March 4, 2007

By ANDREW WINEKE THE GAZETTE As second acts in life go, stepping from humble printer to founding father isn t too bad. That, of course, was Benjamin Franklin s career arc. Colorado Springs Christopher Lowell (Read More)

Drug-review board will bring 180 jobs

February 23, 2007

Firm coasts into the Springs By DEBBIE KELLEY THE GAZETTE The expansion of an Orange County, California-headquartered company that monitors the safety of drugs and medical devices will bring 180 jobs to Colorado Springs during (Read More)

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