Students Re-create Iconic Scenes of Colorado Springs Past

Colorado Springs, A Changing Landscape, is a photography exhibition and book release party that celebrates the City of Colorado Springs past and present. Eight talented Pikes Peak Community College student photographers (current and alumni) set their sights on documenting iconic locations in our city that were once photographed by early local photographer, Glenn Wesley Murray,…

NACo Recognizes Three County Programs for Innovation

The El Paso County Department of Human Services, El Paso County Planning and Community Development and El Paso County Public Health were recently recognized with Achievement Awards from the National Association of Counties (NACo). The awards honor innovative, effective county government programs that strengthen services for residents. DHS started a program last year that co-located…

Heat and Drought Force Reduction in Gravel Road Maintenance

When the temperature soared to a record-high of 98 degrees last Wednesday, the El Paso County Highway Division re-evaluated grading operations on rural roads. It was determined that dry conditions had reduced the road graders’ effectiveness to smooth out the bumps on gravel roads and even when grading operations appeared to be working, improvements to…