This week is a replay of last weeks show.
Bell & Pollock talk injuries and the effect on the family.
Kevin talks about business in another universe.
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Altitude Financial's Rick Isaac explains how his his company's operating philosophy and culture set him apart from other financial advisors.
Jay Garvens talks about opportunity and how to see it when it appears. He will review some books where opportunity didn't come easy. One of those books is the biography of Mike Lindell of "My Pillow" fame.
This week Deborah bring us Debby's Tid Bits. Everything from product reviews to tips on cleaning your home even if your not buying or selling a home. Listen and learn!
The Colorado Springs Conservatory serves a vital purpose in a child's life. Music as art touches, moves and inspires. It's a language that once learned, opens up infinite possibilities for expression. Enjoy this few minutes with Linda Weise. Then, join us on KRDO's Afternoon News for First Wednesdays with the Conservatory beginning June 3rd at 4:35 P.M.
In the Age of the Exponential Can you Future-Proof your Business? - The Extra: Business Edition with Ted Robertson - Brandon Hughes - May 29, 2020
In the 'Age of the Exponential' can you future-proof on the financial side? Advinire Wealth Management's Brandon Hughes has answers.
Cleared to Continue Serving and Working to Open the Economy - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - BOCC Chair Mark Waller - May 28, 2020
In our monthly check-in, El Paso County Board of County Commissioners chair, Mark Waller, shares details of the investigation into his residency and eligibility to serve as commissioner for District 2 in which he was cleared. He also discusses prospects for the BOCC's approval of waivers to re-open more businesses in the county.
A “What’s Next” Financial Look at 2020 - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Robert Stanlick - May 28, 2020
Part 1 of Rocky Mountain Wealth Partner's Robert Stanlick's "What's-Next" look at the 2020 economy in light of the pandemic.
City Councilor Don Knight updates on new memorial proclamations and ADU's or Accessory Dwelling Units and how seemingly misunderstood the rules around them appear to be.
Skin Cancer Awareness Month - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Dr. Renata Prado - May 27, 2020
May is National Skin Cancer Awareness Month and even though the month is at an end, the problems of cancer continue. Dr. Renata Prado with Vanguard Skin Specialists has tips and advice to keep you skin cancer free.
Our monthly check-in with School District 11's Dr. Michael Thomas. The district is grappling with budget cuts; keeping in close contact with its staff and parents, and is evaluating the state's newly proposed guidelines for reopening schools to in-person learning in the Fall of this year.
McDonalds owner, Purvi Naik, has helped to organize the giving of a gift for grads. On Wednesday, May 27, all day, graduating high school and college seniors may visit any Colorado McDonalds for a complimentary McCafe drink.
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Meet Venus! This kitty is sugar, spice, and everything nice. She has a hint of “cattitude,” but she makes up for it with her sweetness and love of pets. She loves her food, and when she runs out, she’ll be sure to let you know! Her fur is super soft, and she enjoys head scratches and cuddling. Venus is on the shier side, so she’d do best in a quiet home where she will have a little extra time to adjust.
Want to know more about Venus? Visit hsppr.org or visit in person at 4600 Eagleridge Place, Pueblo. Adoption hours are 12:00 – 4:30 p.m.
On Tuesday's "The Extra", we focused on the renewal of an urban area, dubbed the "New South End," which has as focal points the Downtown Stadium, future home of the Switchbacks, and the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum. Host Shannon Brinias talked with guests Jeff Finn, Vice President, Norwood Development Group and Laura Neumann, Project Lead, Weidner Apartment Homes about the changes and the exciting 177-unit project called the Mae on Cascade. More information: MaeonCascade.com and SwitchbacksFC.com.
This week Justin talks about how to build your real estate portfolio and what other investments you should look at. Justin also has Entrepreneur Ben Darby on the show. Ben has an information platform he has designed to help you with your fitness goals in mind. Justin and Ben will help tune you up physically and financially.
Bell & Pollock talk permissive drivers.
The Promenade Shops at Briargate are looking forward to seeing you!
Star Dental Institute's Dr. Gary Moore is taking extraordinary measures to ensure your safety, confidence and comfort.
Deborah invites Bill McAfee from Empire Title on the phone to explain how the Real Estate market is here in El Paso county, and where to look for a great home. Listen and learn!
Jay Garvens this week explains the "Mortgage Mix Up". A lot of people are confused about mortgage rates and qualifications here in Colorado. Jay will break it down so you understand the new laws and help you to see what you qualify for.
Hear how an innovative infusion therapy called Ketamine can increase veterans’ quality of life when relief is not obtained from other traditional resources. In addition, leaders and graduates with the highly popular employment workshop Prep Connect 360 recommend every transitioning military member, veteran and military spouse take the week-long class if they are looking for employment.
Special COVID Town Hall Coverage with Bart Bedsole and Heather Skold - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - May 22, 2020
Special coverage of COVID-19 in Colorado: Recovery and Relief ...A Town Hall this Sunday at 4:00 p.m. on NewsChannel 13. Bart Bedsole and Heather Skold go in-depth on the pressing issues from testing, the economy, schools and a possible second wave.
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A Year of Trials: Crawford House is Back and Ready to Serve Veterans - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Jerome Ford - May 22, 2020
Crawford House's Jerome Ford has spent the last year putting the "House" back together. After a devastating winter storm nearly took it out altogether, Crawford House has re-opened it's doors to veterans in need.
Brewers Craft Colorado Strong Pale Ale for a Cause - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Eric Kean - May 22, 2020
A craft brewer is leading a coalition of 125 and growing. Colorado Strong Pale Ale is being brewed across the state to help raise funds for pandemic front-liners! GET THE DETAILS/DONATE/FIND IT NEAR YOU
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National Melanoma Awareness Month - The Extra: Business Edition with Ted Robertson - Dr. Geoffrey Lim - May 22, 2020
The month of may is National Melanoma Awareness Month. As Optum's Dr. Geoffrey Lim says, we love our outdoor activities in Colorado, so skin care is especially crucial. Dr. Lim offers detailed tips and advice for the identification, diagnosis and treatment of melanoma. His specialized expertise and training lends itself well to discussing the treatment of basal cell carcinomas and squamous cell carcinomas, the two most common types of skin cancer, as well as early invasive melanoma and other high-risk skin cancers.
A Very Special 100th Anniversary! - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Dianne Stine - May 21, 2020
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum's Dianne Stine offers a preview of coming events and new exhibits in addition to explaining a very special 100th year anniversary.
The Poppy as a Symbol of Remembrance - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Vice Admiral (USN RET) John Bird - May 21, 2020
USAA's Vice Admiral (USN RET) John Bird explains the meaning of Memorial Day, how the poppy came to be recognized as a universal symbol of remembrance and how you can honor the fallen through action.
On Thursday's "The Extra", host Shannon Brinias spoke with Dr. Beth Jewell, Community Health Partnership and Phyllis Albritton, Colorado Safety Net Collaborative about the resources available to the uninsured and underinsured, for accessing health care through free or low-cost clinics. More information can be found at ppchp.org/access-to-care and ppchp.org, or by calling (719) 632-5094. You can also find out about how to support the mission or volunteer to serve, by contacting Community Health Partnership.
Water-Wise is the Way of the Springs this Summer - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - COS Utilities - May 20, 2020
Springs Utility's Danielle Oller explains water-wise and watering restrictions.
Honoring Forgotten Veterans - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Esther Smith - May 20, 2020
North Middle School's Esther Smith takes students to Fairview Cemetery four times each year to learn about, remember and honor the almost forgotten veterans buried there going back to the Civil War.
On Wednesday's "The Extra", host Shannon Brinias spoke with General Robin Rand (Ret. US Air Force), CEO of the Gary Sinise Foundation, which is dedicated to our nation's defenders, veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need by creating programs to support and strengthen them. During the pandemic, the foundation created an "Emergency Covid-19 Combat Service Campaign." Actor Gary Sinise founded the non-profit, and will take part in the Memorial Day Concert airing on PBS stations Sunday evening before Memorial Day. More information can be found at garysinisefoundation.org.
It's graduation season. If you're leaving school with mounds of debt, Anthony O'Neal, a member of the Dave Ramsey Team, is here to help with a "Quick Read" on Destroying Your Student Loan Debt.
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2020 Secure the Vote Webinar Series - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Forrest Senti - May 18, 2020
The next in the National Cybersecurity Center's webinar series on securing the 2020 vote is May 19, at 2:00 p.m.
Register at: www.cyber-center.org/events