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Fannie Mae Duncan is as much a part of the Colorado Springs experience as Pikes Peak, the 300 days of sunshine and Garden of the... [Read More]
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It's quite an accomplishment of Dan Nordberg to extol the virtues of the Trump-GOP tax cuts and their alleged benefits. [Read More]
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Can we get rid of this perpetual angry partisanship? Can the perhaps nonexistent moderate majority of voters find their voices and elect folks who will... [Read More]
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Chuck Broerman is finsihing his inaugural four-year term and will be running for re-election against Democratic challenger Elizabeth Wilkes. [Read More]
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Most businesses hope their customers leave happy. However, at Hellscream Entertainment's two haunted houses, workers want guests to depart feeling terrified. [Read More]
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Five El Paso County school districts are presenting a total of six measures on the Nov. 6 general election ballot. [Read More]
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A quick look at the Black Hat 2018 Hacker Survey Report and the 2018 Study on Global Megatrends in Cybersecurity show mitigation is critical. [Read More]
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The Broncos announced a deal with Albuquerque-based 505 Southwestern to feature the company's products made from Hatch green chiles. [Read More]
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Dirk Draper, CEO of the Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC, said the Interquest corridor is one of the areas experiencing high retail growth. [Read More]
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Colorado voters will be asked to decide on 13 ballot issues, including six referred by the state legislature and three amendments. [Read More]
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Every child deserves a level playing field for education; every child deserves the best school facilities. And as the future workforce for the city, students... [Read More]
Recently, the U.S. Department of Labor cleared the way for small employers to band together more easily, in the hope of lowering insurance premiums, thereby... [Read More]
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Bryce Dillingham, a Widefield grad and owner of Roll Up food truck, has worked for himself since he was about 12 years old. [Read More]
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It's time to take hacking personally, John Sileo says. He knows this from bitter experience. [Read More]
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Mayor John Suthers has presented a 2019 budget proposal to city council that aims to keep the red-hot local economy percolating. [Read More]
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Sometimes small businesses are started on a shoestring. Melissa Marts' new venture was started on a thread. [Read More]
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Vinnie Persichetti of the Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC grew up in "a very close, very tight Italian family" in small-town Pennsylvania. [Read More]
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A Monument-based startup's founder and CEO believes the company's success can help transform the state's startup environment. [Read More]
SCHEELS, an employee-owned all sports retailer, is planning to open its second Colorado location in Colorado Springs in April 2021. [Read More]
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Visit Colorado Springs recognized tourism industry stars at a 1920s speakeasy-themed celebration Thursday night at The Antlers. [Read More]
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