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A Taste of Five Alarm Cinnamon Bourbon - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - 1350 Distilling - September 11, 2020

A Taste of Five Alarm Cinnamon Bourbon - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - 1350 Distilling - September 11, 2020

September 12, 2020

1350 Distillery is raising funds for fallen first responders and their families by donating a portion of the profits from the sale of 5 Alarm Cinnamon Bourbon. 

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Election Judges Wanted - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Chuck Broerman - September 10, 2020

Election Judges Wanted - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Chuck Broerman - September 10, 2020

September 11, 2020

El Paso County Clerk and Recorder, Chuck Broerman, is gearing up for this year's presidential election and he'd like you to get involved.  The Clerk and Recorder's office needs 500 election judges to help manage the election.

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8 Years at KRDO Serving Seniors - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Greg Coopman - September 10, 2020

8 Years at KRDO Serving Seniors - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Greg Coopman - September 10, 2020

September 11, 2020

Heartfelt Care at Home's, Greg Coopman, and KRDO, are celebrating his 8 years hosting the Senior Talk radio program.  Greg's aim is to share and link listeners up with resources available for seniors, their families and caregivers.

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More Than Pink - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Hanna Knutson - September 10, 2020

More Than Pink - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Hanna Knutson - September 10, 2020

September 11, 2020

The KRDO Network and Susan G. Komen Foundation are teaming up again this year to raise funds or cancer research.  This year's event, the More than Pink Virtual Walk, is "walk where you are".  Learn more and Register HERE

In the meantime, listen in as KRDO's Hanna Knutson previews one of her profiles in cancer treatment and survivors.

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2020 Veteran of the Year - KRDO’s Afternoon News with The Robertson - Nanette Brede Mueller - September 10, 2020

2020 Veteran of the Year - KRDO’s Afternoon News with The Robertson - Nanette Brede Mueller - September 10, 2020

September 11, 2020

Meet and congratulate El Paso County's 2020 Veteran of the Year, Nanette Brédé Mueller!

PHOTO CREDIT:  EL PASO COUNTY

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Make Sure You’re Hiring a Real Contractor - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Greg Dingrando - September 9, 2020

Make Sure You’re Hiring a Real Contractor - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Greg Dingrando - September 9, 2020

September 10, 2020

El Paso County's District Attorney has recently issued a warning against fraudulent contractors.  The problem is bigger than you might think. Pikes Peak Regional Building Department issues licenses and offers a resource where you can research the contractor you might be planning to hire.  CHECK OUT YOUR CONTRACTOR HERE

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Hunger Action Month - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Care and Share - September 9, 2020

Hunger Action Month - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Care and Share - September 9, 2020

September 10, 2020

September is Hunger Action Month and at time when Care and Share is eager to make more progress toward eradicating hunger and food insecurity in our region.  You can DONATE HERE

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Wake Up and Live with Antoinne Glover - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - September 9, 2020

Wake Up and Live with Antoinne Glover - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - September 9, 2020

September 9, 2020

Are you ready for something fresh, enlightening and entertaining?  See why "Wake Up and Live” is taking Southern Colorado by storm.  Meet your host and real estate expert, Antoinne Glover. Join him as he brings you the good in our community. He’ll cover real estate trends, new restaurants, hangouts and businesses, and people making a difference in the Pikes Peak region. Now that’s a change everyone can agree on!  Wake up and Live, Saturday mornings at 9:00 AM only on KRDO Newsradio.

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Winter, COVID and Being Prepared - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Jim Reid - September 8, 2020

Winter, COVID and Being Prepared - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Jim Reid - September 8, 2020

September 8, 2020

September is National Preparedness Month!  Winter is here early, COVID keeps coming and the Office of Emergency Management's Jim Reid and team are holding the front lines for you.

Listen now then check out the resources below!

Local emergency management:  PPROEM.COM 

Local Training information:  PPCERT.ORG  

General tips for planning and packing safety kits to keep in your car:  READY.GOV

Time is Running Out for Business Relief Grants - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Kayla Hutoefer Nelson - September 4, 2020

Time is Running Out for Business Relief Grants - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Kayla Hutoefer Nelson - September 4, 2020

September 5, 2020
This is the last week to apply for the El Paso County Regional Business Relief Fund!
 
El Paso County's Kayla Hutoefer Nelson says applications are due by September 7th, 2020 at 5:00 PM. If you're part of a small business or nonprofit in El Paso County, and you were hit hard by COVID-19, don't miss out on this valuable grant opportunity being offered by the county. You could be eligible for a grant of up to $20,000.
- Copy credit:  El Paso County
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Seeing the Signs of Stress - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Sandra Kwesell - September 4, 2020

Seeing the Signs of Stress - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Sandra Kwesell - September 4, 2020

September 5, 2020

School is back in session and kids are stressing.  Pillars for Success parenting program creator, Sandra Kwesell, offers a positive view of helping your kids cope.

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Free Report Friday! - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Barb Schlinker - September 4, 2020

Free Report Friday! - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Barb Schlinker - September 4, 2020

September 5, 2020

- Sponsored Content -

Free Report Fridays on KRDO's Afternoon News is sponsored by Barb Schlinker and Your Home Sold Guaranteed Realty Colorado Springs.  FRF airs at 4:12 P.M. Fridays and features real estate news, information and a free report to help you buy your next home or sell the one you're in.

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A Weird Cold Snap is Coming - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Ted Skroback - September 3, 2020

A Weird Cold Snap is Coming - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Ted Skroback - September 3, 2020

September 4, 2020

A cold snap is coming and Fall then Winter aren't far behind.  Colorado Springs Utility's Ted Skroback delivers some good preparation and safety tips for if your furnace kicks on ahead of its annual service and a few other recommendations on weatherization, plant protection, your sprinklers and more.

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New Routes at the Airport - KRDO’s Aftrenoon News with Ted Robertson - Dana Schield -September 3, 2020

New Routes at the Airport - KRDO’s Aftrenoon News with Ted Robertson - Dana Schield -September 3, 2020

September 4, 2020

COS Airport's Dana Schield updates on new routes at the airport; flying during COVID and an exercise in disaster preparedness!

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Patriot Give Back Day September 4 - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - September 2, 2020

Patriot Give Back Day September 4 - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - September 2, 2020

September 3, 2020

Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center is holding it's next Patriot Give Back Day on September 4.  This one is the biggest ever!

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A Simple Gift - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Linda Weise - September 2, 2020

A Simple Gift - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Linda Weise - September 2, 2020

September 3, 2020

Exciting news from Rocky Mountain PBS (RMPBS) in partnership with Linda Weise, founding CEO of the Colorado Springs Conservatory, the Simple Gift Series!  The program airs Sunday mornings at 6:00 on RMPBS.

The Simple Gift Series is a humanities-based, early childhood program that combines literacy, music, movement and language. These thirteen episodes are a response to issues of access to quality learning and social emotional standards during the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent quarantine, particularly for children ages birth to seven years. 

- Excerpted from RMPBS

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Recognizing Depression in Our Children and Teens - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Dr. Zoe Bonack - September 1, 2020

Recognizing Depression in Our Children and Teens - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Dr. Zoe Bonack - September 1, 2020

September 2, 2020

Your child or teen could be struggling with depression and you might not know it.  There are signs to look for and ways to help.  In our Monthly Mental Health Moment, Dr. Zoe Bonack has this and more to offer:  "What our children see and hear is just as important, if not more important than what we say.  Be sure to have age appropriate conversations with them.  Show them love and support as much as you can as that provides safety and anchoring.  They need to know everything is okay."

Have questions or need help?  Contact Dr. Bonack

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50 Years Covering the Race to the Clouds!  KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Dave Rose - August 31, 2020

50 Years Covering the Race to the Clouds! KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Dave Rose - August 31, 2020

September 1, 2020

50 years ago, Dave Rose got his start on the communications world at KRDO.  The first time he covered the hill climb was back then and he's been setting the standard for color and commentary since.  Enjoy a few moments with Dave talking about this year's race and some of the highlights from this and years past.

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Dave Rose (L) and KRDO's Ted Robertson (R) covering the 2020 Hill Climb from their vantage point at 16 Mile, or, Devil's Playground.

Oh the Headaches! KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Tim Bonack - August 31, 2020

Oh the Headaches! KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Tim Bonack - August 31, 2020

September 1, 2020

Under the crushing weight of COVID, social unrest, election season, job and money worries, and so much more, is it any wonder so many of us are suffering from headaches?  Manual Edge Physiotherapy founder and owner, Tim Bonack, explains what causes the body to make headaches and how you can put a stop to them.

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Ryan Plunkett’s Weekly Market Wrap - August 31, 2020

Ryan Plunkett’s Weekly Market Wrap - August 31, 2020

September 1, 2020

***Sponsored Content***

The Weekly Market Wrap is a service of Edward Jones Financial Advisor, Ryan Plunkett, and airs Monday afternoons at 5:12 PM only on KRDO Newsradio!

Questions for Ryan?  Reach him at (719) 380-1177.

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September is Hunger Action Month - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Joanna Wise - August 31, 2020

September is Hunger Action Month - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Joanna Wise - August 31, 2020

September 1, 2020

September is Hunger Action Month!  Care & Share's Joanna Wise says your donation, no matter how small or large, will have a huge impact!  Want to do more?  Yes!  You can!

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Meet PPIHC Competitor Tommy Boileau - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 19, 2020

Meet PPIHC Competitor Tommy Boileau - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 19, 2020

August 28, 2020

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.

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Meet PPIHC Competitor Paul Dallenbach - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 28, 2020

Meet PPIHC Competitor Paul Dallenbach - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 28, 2020

August 28, 2020

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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City Council Day - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Yolanda Avila - August 26, 2020

City Council Day - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Yolanda Avila - August 26, 2020

August 26, 2020

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.

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Meet PPIHC Competitor Steve Goeglein - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 26, 2020

Meet PPIHC Competitor Steve Goeglein - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 26, 2020

August 26, 2020

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 is in Session in D11 - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson -Dr. Michael Thomas - August 25, 2020

August 26, 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.

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Meet PPIHC Competitor Clint Vahsholtz - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 24, 2020

Meet PPIHC Competitor Clint Vahsholtz - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 24, 2020

August 26, 2020

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!

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Curbside Culture is Taking Off! - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Andy Vick - August 21, 2020

Curbside Culture is Taking Off! - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Andy Vick - August 21, 2020

August 23, 2020

Bring performance art to where you are and help an artist during COVID.  COPPeR's Andy Vick explains the Curbside Culture program.

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Meet PPIHC Competitor Scott Birdsall - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 21, 2020

Meet PPIHC Competitor Scott Birdsall - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 21, 2020

August 23, 2020

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.  

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The Gift of History - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Pioneers Museum - August 20, 2020

The Gift of History - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Pioneers Museum - August 20, 2020

August 23, 2020

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

SEE THE FULL VIDEO OF THE EVENT HERE

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USAA Making a $30 Million Dollar Donation to Miitary Affected by COVID - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 20, 2020

USAA Making a $30 Million Dollar Donation to Miitary Affected by COVID - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 20, 2020

August 23, 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.

APPLY FOR ASSISTANCE HERE

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5th Annual Patriots Day Giveaway - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 19, 2020

5th Annual Patriots Day Giveaway - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 19, 2020

August 20, 2020

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

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The Return to Normalcy - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Brynn Carmen - August 19, 2020

The Return to Normalcy - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Brynn Carmen - August 19, 2020

August 20, 2020

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.

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Chip Them to Keep them Safe - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Dr. Emily Wechter - August 18, 2020

Chip Them to Keep them Safe - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Dr. Emily Wechter - August 18, 2020

August 20, 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!

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Meet PPIHC Competitor Rob “Chairslayer” Parsons - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 17, 2020

Meet PPIHC Competitor Rob “Chairslayer” Parsons - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 17, 2020

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.

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Meet PPIHC 2020 Competitor James Robinson - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 14, 2020

Meet PPIHC 2020 Competitor James Robinson - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 14, 2020

August 14, 2020

James Robinson is driving the 2019 Acura NSX in the Time Attack 1 division.  James is a member of the Acura Team, driving a car packed with new technology that could make its way into production vehicles and is looking to break another Hybrid fuel record this year.

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Photo Credit:  Honda R&D Americas

Important SNAP Benefit Information - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Kristina Iodice - August 13, 2020

Important SNAP Benefit Information - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Kristina Iodice - August 13, 2020

August 14, 2020

El Paso County Department of Human Services' Kristina Iodice says that as of early August, more than 2,000 SNAP recipients had incomplete files and must take immediate action to submit documentation to receive benefits.

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Meet PPIHC 2020 Competitor Don Wickstrum - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 13, 2020

Meet PPIHC 2020 Competitor Don Wickstrum - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - August 13, 2020

August 13, 2020

Meet Don Wickstrum is driving a 911 GT3 Cup Car 2013 (Pikes Peak Open).  Don is known on the course as the "Fastest Pastor".  He crashed during his practice run last year and did not get to compete that is why he is considered a rookie this year. 

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How to Deal With Doorknockers After a Storm - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Daniel Davis - August 12, 2020

How to Deal With Doorknockers After a Storm - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Daniel Davis - August 12, 2020

August 13, 2020

Davis Construction owner and founder, Daniel Davis, has 27 years in the roofing and construction business and he's seen all the scams.  The worst, he says, is when the out-of-towners show up at your door because there's not much they won't do to get your money.  

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A New Food Pantry and Hunger Action Month - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Joanna Wise - August 12, 2020

A New Food Pantry and Hunger Action Month - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Joanna Wise - August 12, 2020

August 13, 2020

Care and Share's Marketing and Communications Director, Joanna Wise, announces Hunger Action Month coming in September and talks about how Care and Share is fighting food insecurity and hunger in Pueblo.

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Preparedness Day - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Jim Reid - August 11, 2020

Preparedness Day - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Jim Reid - August 11, 2020

August 12, 2020

The Pikes Peak Regional Office of Emergency Management's Jim Reid is in for his monthly update for Preparedness Day on Afternoon News.

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Free Report Friday! - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Barb Schlinker - August 7, 2020

Free Report Friday! - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Barb Schlinker - August 7, 2020

August 11, 2020

- Sponsored Content -

Free Report Fridays on KRDO's Afternoon News is sponsored by Barb Schlinker and Your Home Sold Guaranteed Realty Colorado Springs.  FRF airs at 4:12 P.M. Fridays and features real estate news, information and a free report to help you buy your next home or sell the one you're in.

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Licensure Relief for Milspouses Coming to Colorado - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Janet Farley - August 10, 2020

Licensure Relief for Milspouses Coming to Colorado - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Janet Farley - August 10, 2020

August 11, 2020

A huge regulatory burden is being lifted from military spouses coming to Colorado from out of state.  Mt. Carmel Veteran Service Center's Janet Farley talks about the how and when.

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The Downtown Partnership’s “First Fridays” - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Claire Swinford - August 7, 2020

The Downtown Partnership’s “First Fridays” - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Claire Swinford - August 7, 2020

August 8, 2020

The Downtown Partnership's Director of Urban Engagement, Claire Swinford, has great stories to tell about the Springs' thriving downtown!

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Colorado Springs Conservatory - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Scott Marble - August 7, 2020

Colorado Springs Conservatory - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Scott Marble - August 7, 2020

August 8, 2020

This year's Senior Recital; the parks series concerts; Fall enrollment beginning August 17; Conservatory tours coming up and much more as shared by recently named COO, Scott MarbleThe Conservatory On-Line 

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Gold Hill Mesa Cleared to Build in its Newest Filing - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Stephanie Edwards - August 6, 2020

Gold Hill Mesa Cleared to Build in its Newest Filing - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Stephanie Edwards - August 6, 2020

August 7, 2020

Concerns raised by others over shifting soils and unstable geology forced a delay in opening Gold Hill Mesa's Filing 11 for extensive testing.  GHM's Stephanie Edwards says the results are in and the City is giving the go-ahead to build.

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Your Community Needs Your Blood Donations - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Vitalant - August 6, 2020

Your Community Needs Your Blood Donations - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Vitalant - August 6, 2020

August 7, 2020

From childbirth, to cancer patients to accident victims, life hasn't slowed down for the pandemic.  The community needs your donations of blood now more than ever.  Vitalant's Brooke Way shares how easy it is to give yours.

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Seniors and Children Facing Higher Risks - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Kristina Iodice - July 30, 2020

Seniors and Children Facing Higher Risks - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Kristina Iodice - July 30, 2020

July 31, 2020

In these challenging time, seniors and children are at higher risk for abuse and neglect.  El Paso County Department of Human Service's Kristina Iodice explains and offers ways you can help.

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Pioneers Museum Digital Lecture Series - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Cynthia Culver Prescott - July 30, 2020

Pioneers Museum Digital Lecture Series - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Cynthia Culver Prescott - July 30, 2020

July 31, 2020

Controversy and Compromise in Colorado Pioneer Monuments

In 1911, Denverites opposed plans for a Pioneer Monument featuring a Plains Indian warrior towering over white settlers. A century later, Colorado Springs residents rejected a conventional covered wagon monument in favor of a modern design celebrating cultural inclusivity. Amid anti-racist protests this summer, Denver removed part of its Pioneer Monument. Cynthia Prescott will recount 100 years of pioneer monument controversies in Colorado, and invite you to consider the future of local statues.

- Excerpted from the CSPM website

 

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Small Business Week 2020 is BIG! - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - July 29, 2020

Small Business Week 2020 is BIG! - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - July 29, 2020

July 31, 2020

Small Business Week 2020 is winding down after lifting small business up.  A big year for the event despite COVID-19.
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