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  • St. Francis Medical Center gets Level III trauma designation

    Thu, July 24, 2014 by Jakob Rodgers with no comments

    St. Francis Medical Center has moved up a notch in its ability to treat trauma patients. The hospital in northeast Colorado Springs has received a Level III trauma designation from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, the hospital announced Thursday. The new designation, which goes into effect Aug. 1, could allow more patients […]

  • It’s all cyclical

    Thu, July 24, 2014 by Jen Mulson with no comments

    Ever since I interviewed the sleep expert for a Live Well column, and he talked about sleep cycles, I’ve noticed them in my own pattern of sleep. I can tell I’m at the end of a sleep cycle when I wake up slowly and naturally, with the remnants of a dream still floating behind my […]

  • Weekend reading: Marble’s pads, Helmets study, NCAA rules changes

    Thu, July 24, 2014 by Joe Paisley with no comments

    Tyler Marble tweeted a picture of his new pads for next season. The NY Times reports that hockey helmets may undergo a radical change in design soon to combat concussions. Here is a look at the NCAA rules tweaks for the upcoming season. The Ralph Englestad Arena is making a bid to host the 2016 […]

  • Broncos: Training camp: Who’s missing?

    Thu, July 24, 2014 by Paul Klee with no comments

                It’s the first day of football school, aka Broncos training camp. Time for roll call: Who’s missing?  You guys are missing. Where’d you go? The Broncos are here, on the practice field, thumping sleds and not thumping Peyton Manning. But the diehard, devoted, dedicated fans of the Broncos… nowhere […]

  • Colorado Springs City Council endorses regional stormwater plan

    Wed, July 23, 2014 by Monica Mendoza with no comments

    Colorado Springs City Council endorses the creation of a regional stormwater authority – which if voters approve in November would collect $48 million a year in fees to pay for regional flood control projects. The council voted Tuesday on a resolution, which was merely a public statement of endorsement. It now is up to the […]