Bell & Pollock talk about your medical diagnosis and your injury claim.
This week Justin Hermes looks at all the options you have to increase your wealth through real estate. In the third segment Justin has Dan O from Unified Title to wrap up the show.
This week August and his team mash up a best of segment stories from the last month as a review
This week Jay will have two guests on the show as he explains the "Reverse Mortgage" product. Ken Smith is Jay's Reverse Mortgage expert at Churchill Mortgage and he will be with Jay the first two segments. Then the real estate Goo Ru Justin Hermes will stop in the third segment to give the listeners a real estate perspective on this mortgage option.
It's Hill Climb time! Meet Tommy Boileau (pronounced Boy’-Low) driving his 1967 Chevy Camaro in the Pikes Peak Open division. Tommy hales from Monument, CO. He's 2019 Rookie of the Year and is applying to become a licensed NASCAR driver.
It's Hill Climb time! Meet Paul Dallenbach driving his 2006 PVA-03 Dallenbach Special in the Open Wheel division. Paul is a Colorado native living in Basalt. Among his claims to fame is that he has been driving in commercials and films since 1992. He's also featured this year on the race program cover.
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Springs City Councilor, Yolanda Avila, has the latest on a $9 million dollar city park re-development plan and adds detail to how the process of appointing new board members to the police transparency commission will work.
It's Hill Climb time! Meet Steve Goeglein driving his 2002 Chevy Camaro in the Unlimited Division. Steve comes to the race from Falcon, CO. This is Steve's 30th run up the mountain. He's a diehard Chevy driver and has raced on both the gravel and now paved hill climb course.
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School is in Session in D11 - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson -Dr. Michael Thomas - August 25, 2020
School District 11's Superintendent, Dr. Michael Thomas updates on the start of the school year. It's been a combination of successes and challenges.
Meet Clint Vahsholtz driving his 2013 Ford Open in the Open Wheel division. Clint drove McClarens the last two years and is back this year in his record setting open wheel Ford. His father is a Hill Climb Hall of Famer!
Many parents are wondering how to keep their kids connected, despite fears over COVID-19. As local school districts work on the best options for each of the areas they serve, which include in-person learning for younger students or hybrid or remote-only options, most after-school clubs, sports, and other extra-curricular activities have been postponed—at least for now. But, not Girl Scouts! The organization has taken this crisis and turned it into an opportunity to offer innovative and safe ways for girls to make new friends and learn life skills. Host Shannon Brinias was joined on "The Extra" Tuesday by Girl Scouts of Colorado's Katie Singleton, Chief Membership and Program Officer, and Emily Speck, Mission Delivery Manager. More information can be found at girlscoutsofcolorado.org.
Dr. Geoffrey Lim talks about sun protection for your skin.
On "The Extra", host Shannon Brinias crunched the numbers with economist Chris Salviati of ApartmentList.com after the release of the company's rental growth report, and what it shows about the trends in Colorado Springs, where rents are up 0.7% since start of the pandemic. Rental rates have grown 2.1% year-to-year, with the median rental cost of a 2BR apartment at $1,285 per month. This contrasts to the national trend and the trend across Colorado as a whole, which have been mostly flat due to the coronavirus pandemic. You can listen to the podcast, plus read the full report at apartmentlist.com/rent-report.
This week Justin Hermes has two guests on the show. In the second segment Larry Yonker President and CEO of the Springs Rescue Mission will discuss the rescue mission and how people can help out with support. In the third segment Austin Darby from Main street Insurance is in the studio giving tips on how to save money and make sure you have the right insurance for your household.
Bell & Pollock talk about finding insurance after an injury.
Healing as an art. Enjoy a visit with Olla Terve and a special surprise.
Colorado Springs Airport's aviation director, Greg Phillips, talks about the "Small" airport campaign, how the airport has adapted to meet flyer's needs during the pandemic and economic development on the airports 7,200 acres.
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Curbside Culture is Taking Off! - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Andy Vick - August 21, 2020
Bring performance art to where you are and help an artist during COVID. COPPeR's Andy Vick explains the Curbside Culture program.
Meet Scott Birdsall who is driving his 1949 Ford F1 in the Exhibition Division. Scott is attempting to break the current Diesel Record on Pikes Peak. He holds a world speed record for diesels in the 1/2 mile and did that in the truck he found in a field, overgrown with weeds, full of animal nests and an opossum.
Every year, the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum (CSPM) hosts an annual fundraiser to support the museum’s exhibits, educational programming and preservation of its object and archival collection. This year, we made the decision to host the Gift of History online.
- Excerpted from CSPM.org
USAA Making a $30 Million Dollar Donation to Miitary Affected by COVID - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 20, 2020
$30 Million Military Family Relief Initiative Provides Continued Support for Military Families Impacted by COVID-19
While Labor Day traditionally provides a day off in recognition of the American worker, this year it is a reminder of the more than 30 million Americans out of work because of the COVID-19 health crisis. And as many families struggle to pay rent and utilities and put food on the table, military families have been hit especially hard with the unemployment rate for military spouses at nearly 30-percent and more than 23,000 guardsmen currently deployed stateside, which creates additional stressors. To provide direct assistance, including financial relief, USAA has committed $30 million to its Military Family Relief Initiative, the largest one-time philanthropic contribution in USAA’s nearly 100-year history. Two dozen military and general aid non-profit organizations will receive support, with nearly $20 million directed to military aid societies and organizations that support all five branches of the military through grants, interest-free loans, and other types of support. Another $10 million will be provided to organizations that offer career support; childcare and educational services for military children; and programs that support caregivers, families of the fallen, and wounded, ill, and injured military personnel.
This week August and his crew of experts will discuss the rising prices and whether to sell your home or to fix up your existing home.
Jay Garvens breaks down the VA loan. Jay will show you how the VA loan can be the best loan option for Veterans, and how to know if it's the right time to move on it or not.
September is Suicide Prevention Month and Mt. Carmel VSC is excited to partner with BreakThrough Neurofeedback to offer clients a significant REDUCED RATE on brain training sessions which help reduce stress, anger, flashbacks, impulsivity and bitterness, while promoting restful sleep, a sense of calm, patience, clarity, improved energy and motivation. Hear a first-hand account from a military veteran experiencing PTSD. And hear updates on Mt. Carmel’s 5th Annual Patriot Day Give Back event Friday, September 4. Register to be one of 800 families served.
Apply for Business Relief Funding - The Extra: Business Edition with Ted Robertson - August 21, 2020
Grants Up to $20,000 Are Available for El Paso County Small Business and Non-Profits
El Paso County's, Crystal LaTier; County Commissioner, Stan VanderWerf; and Colorado Enterprise Fund's, Cory Arcarese, explain the El Paso County Regional Business Relief Fund, who is eligible and how to apply.
On Thursday's "The Extra", the show focused on the "Art on the Streets" program coordinated by the Downtown Partnership, in collaboration with artists and sponsored by US Bank and Norwood. Guests Claire Swinford, Downtown Partnership's Director of Community Engagement and Gregg Phillips, contributing artist, joined host Shannon Brinias to talk about how to enjoy the artworks, and why they're so important in elevating community engagement. More information can be found at downtowncs.com/live/aots, and greggdeal.com.
Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center is hosting its 5th annual Patriots Day Giveaway on September 4th starting at 9:00 a.m. The event aims to provide food, clothing, sports equipment and other items for 800 military and civilian families in need. Get the details and preregister to participate at www.veteranscenter.org
KRDO NewsChannel 13 morning news anchor, Brynn Carmen, a champion in her own right, is bringing back her weekly Colorado Champions feature after nearly 6 months! It's a sign that life is inching its way closer to normal! This week she's featuring a Springs family of world class champions bound together by the sport of table tennis.
Chip Them to Keep them Safe - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Dr. Emily Wechter - August 18, 2020
High Country Veterinary's Dr. Emily Wechter says you should microchip your pets to keep them safe and connected to your family. And with smoke in the air from recent fires watch for pets for allergy symptoms, too!
Dr. Geoffrey Lim talks about skin manifestations from COVID-19.
Meet PPIHC Competitor Rob “Chairslayer” Parsons - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 17, 2020
Rob Parsons, a 2020 rookie driving his 2014 Chevy SS in the Pikes Peak Open division. Rob is nicknamed the "Chairslayer" because he is a paraplegic. He designed and built all of the hand controls in his car and earned the Rookie of the Year title last year.
Anchored Construction is our featured guest today! Not your average construction company!
This week Justin has a very special guest H.B. Pasley on the show. H.B. spent 3 decades in the arts, ministry and publishing. Now he serves people who are willing to put life dreams into a life plan. In the third segment Kyle Ernst from House Check will be in discussing home inspections.
Bell & Pollock talk about your injury claim and key factors for the insurance company.
Kangaroo Coffee giving back to business and the community!
Listen to August Alexander and his crew of experts as they give you all the Real Estate news her in Colorado worth knowing.