In the middle of the afternoon on Tuesday, May 7th, a news story broke with cursory language that’s become far too familiar. “School shooting. One dead. Eight injured.” Before long, more information followed. “Shooting at STEM Highlands Ranch School.” The location “only 8 miles from Columbine” brought the story closer to home in a myriad of ways. But then came the discovery that grabbed hearts and added immeasurable depth to the tragedy. “Student sacrifices life to save others.”
When asked, most people will define “economic development” as meaning what the term obviously implies: developing businesses to grow the economy of a specific area. Makes sense. More than that, it’s a worthy goal. But it doesn’t tell the whole story.
Eboni Nash Receives Highest Recognition Award from Hastings College; Will Enter Harvard Divinity School in the Fall
Over the past week Eboni Nash, an Eads High School alumnus graduating in 2015, received some impressive recognitions from Hastings College, located in Hastings, Nebraska. During the college’s day-long Celebration of Excellence on April 30, three students, including Nash, were named 2019 Bronco Award recipients. In addition, Nash was awarded the Who’s Who Award, Outstanding Senior 2019 Award, Outstanding Psychology Student Award, and the Outstanding Sociology Student recognition.
Colorado Springs, Colo. – Farm Credit of Southern Colorado is pleased to announce that Tess Hornung has been selected to receive a $1,500 scholarship as part of their 2019 scholarship program.
Haley Johnson, a senior at Kit Carson High School, has been selected as a recipient of the Boettcher Foundation Scholarship.