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  1. Mother who allegedly failed to intervene in fatal abuse of 2-year-old sentenced to prisonRead the original story

    Thursday | The Gazette

    "He was the most marvelous thing, the most loved thing," his grandmother, Blanca Martinez, said Thursday through an interpreter in a 4th Judicial District courtroom. "He was given a death that not the worst criminal deserves."

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  2. Mother who allegedly failed to intervene in fatal abuse of 2-year-old sentenced to 3 years in prisonRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Gazette

    "He was the most marvelous thing, the most loved thing," his grandmother, Blanca Martinez, said Thursday through an interpreter in a 4th Judicial District courtroom. "He was given a death that not the worst criminal deserves."

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  3. Mitchell rallies to keep rolling through 4A CSMLRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Gazette

    Having lost their first nine games to start the boys' basketball season, Mitchell has turned it around in spectacular fashion, winning eight of nine games in the Class 4A Colorado Springs Metro League so far - the latest, a come-from-behind 77-71 victory at Harrison on Thursday night - to put itself in strong position heading toward the postseason. That's because even while the Marauders were losing, they were getting better, Perea said, and adjusting to the unexpected loss of star forward De'Aundre Twilley, a senior who would have been the team's top returning scorer had he been eligible to play.

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  4. Lamborn: Colorado Springs clinic 'lied and heads need to roll'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Gazette

    Workers at the Colorado Springs Department of Veterans Affairs clinic gave delayed care to hundreds of veterans and in some cases falsified records to make the situation appear better than it was, a report from VA's internal watchdog found. VA had acknowledged long wait times at the clinic, but not to the scope found by the agency's inspector general.

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  5. Colorado Springs D-11 board unanimously votes to close Helen Hunt ElementaryRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Gazette

    After waffling last week on the fate of Helen Hunt Elementary, the seven-member Colorado Springs School District 11 board of education voted unanimously Thursday night to close the 114-year-old school at the end of this school year. Hunt's 400 students will be bused two miles away to John Adams Elementary, which will undergo a fast-paced renovation expected to cost about $8 million.

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  6. Palmer Ridge QB Isaiah Sanders signing with Air Force echoes family tradition of serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Gazette

    Carley Campbell, center, laughs betwen Palmer Ridge football players after signing her National Letter of Intent, Thursday, February 4, 2016 to play soccer for the University of Sioux Falls. At left is George Silvanic who signed Thursday to play football at the Air Force Academy.

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  7. Colorado Springs police respond to many snow-related incidents, crashesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Gazette

    Colorado Springs police officer Armando Carlos was sitting in his patrol car earlier this week when he spotted a sedan stuck in snow at an intersection in northern Colorado Springs. These days, officers seemingly can't go anywhere without assisting in a crash scene or helping a stranded driver get out of the snow-covered roads.

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  8. LETTERS: Need a long-term solution; celebrate public landRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2015 | The Gazette

    After decimating the water course of Fountain Creek with the runoff from impervious surfaces and the fire scars, Colorado Springs - for the most part - has done nothing. To the contrary, the actions of the previous mayor who opposed the stormwater funding initiative, the concessions made to developers and the mismanagement of the direct and residual effects of the Waldo Canyon fire have contributed to the appalling condition of the Fountain Creek watershed.

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  9. VA: Wait times recorded incorrectly at Colorado clinicRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Gazette

    Workers at a Colorado Springs VA clinic incorrectly reported that some veterans got appointments sooner than they actually did, while at least 288 veterans had to wait longer than the government's 30-day target, federal investigators said Thursday. The investigators didn't say whether the records were deliberately falsified to make the clinic's performance look better than it was.

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  10. Former Colorado Springs teacher pleads guilty to coercing sex from 17-year-oldRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Gazette

    A former Colorado Springs high school teacher admitted in court Wednesday that he coerced sex from a 17-year-old student. Christopher Brett Markham, 31, pleaded guilty to sexual assault on a child by one in a position of trust, averting an April trial that would have detailed hundreds of sexually graphic text messages between him and the victim.

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  11. Former Broncos are close to the heart of jersey-wearing fansRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Gazette

    Old Broncos never die. Neither do their jerseys. They just get pushed to the back of the closet, next to the holey, but now stylish, jeans.

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  12. Colorado Springs NAACP president formally off the jobRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Gazette

    Henry Allen Jr., who has served as the head of the branch since 2013, learned through an email Wednesday night that his grievance over an off-cycle election has been dismissed. Lisa Villanueva was elected to take over the branch on Nov. 12, and officially became president with the dismissal of the complaint.

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  13. Colorado Springs veterans clinic doctored records to hide wait-time woesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Gazette

    Workers at the Colorado Springs Department of Veterans Affairs clinic gave delayed care to hundreds of veterans and in some cases falsified records to make the situation appear better than it was, a report from VA's internal watchdog found. VA had acknowledged long wait times at the clinic, but not to the scope found by the agency's inspector general.

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  14. Those who don't shovel snow in Colorado Springs could be citedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Gazette

    Will Taylor lifts a heavy load of snow from the sidewalk in front of his home in the Old North End on Tuesday, February 2, 2016. Will thought it was about a foot deep where he was shoveling.

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  15. Second Kneaders opens Feb. 12Read the original story

    Thursday | The Gazette

    Utah-based Kneaders Bakery & Cafe, a fast-casual restaurant chain, will open its second Colorado Springs location Feb. 12 in the Polaris Pointe retail center southeast of Interstate 25 and North Gate Boulevard on the city's north side. The newest store will be Kneaders' eighth in Colorado.

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  16. Colorado Trail hike inspires Colorado Springs family to author bookRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Gazette

    Forget wet boots, annoying blisters and muscle fatigue. For Sandi and Tom Yukman of Colorado Springs, a nearly 500-mile journey on the awe-inspiring, physically demanding Colorado Trail pounded home a more humbling lesson.

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  17. La Foret retreat selling off big parcels of landRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Gazette

    La Foret Conference & Retreat Center is selling off nearly half of its 431 acres to fund renovation of its historic buildings and to add more cabins, but will sell only 35-acre parcels and restrict development to just one residence. The lots will be pricey - $19,000 an acre, or $665,000 for each 35-acre tract.

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  18. Dining Review: Dynamic flavors found at Land of the Pyramids in Colorado SpringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Gazette

    Although you'd never guess it, in the corner of a Garden of the Gods Road strip mall maze is Land of the Pyramids. It's a restaurant, small and unassuming - everything the pyramids are not.

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  19. Colorado right-to-die backers try again before House panelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Gazette

    Supporters of a Colorado right-to-die bill hope to overcome a defeat in a GOP-led state Senate committee by urging a Democrat-led House panel Thursday to provide a legal option for the terminally ill to end their lives. Opponents contend the bill would facilitate doctor-assisted suicide, especially with wrong terminal diagnoses, and insist existing hospice and palliative care for the dying is sufficient.

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  20. 133-year-old Colorado Springs locomotive to appear in clothing commercialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Gazette

    The 133-year-old engine that sat in Colorado Springs' Antlers Park from 1938 until September 2015 has been oiled up and coupled with a pair of train cars and is being used for a clothing commercial, said John Bush who will be overseeing Old 168's restoration. Bush couldn't elaborate on which clothing company came to Antonito this week for the shoot.

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