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The Manitou Springs Chamber of Commerceis launched a promotion to reward locals and visitors for spending money in Manitou Springs. [Read More]
Vacation is essential to strengthening personal relationships and promoting better health. So why aren't we using it to our full advantage? [Read More]
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The Kmart store at Powers and Palmer Park boulevards is still shuttered. But it is the exception on the booming Powers corridor. [Read More]
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The manufacturing industry in the Steel City has been part of Pueblo's economy for much of the southern Colorado burg's history. [Read More]
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Here's our message to Congress and President Donald Trump: Stop the shutdown. We're now well into the longest government shutdown in history. [Read More]
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Pikes Peak Community College is undergoing its most significant expansion since the opening of the Rampart Range campus in 1998. [Read More]
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A difficult childhood can break a person, but Chelise Foster came through tough times with a commitment to help others. [Read More]
Tags: Foster - Waldo - plans
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For three evenings in January and February 2019, the City Center Series will focus on how Colorado Springs has risen to the national stage. [Read More]
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Margaret Sabin plans to use her decades of experience in health care administration to advance the mission of Children's Hospital Colorado... [Read More]
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It was while working as an emergency department doc that Rick Pionkowski first began to consider how technology might make his job easier. [Read More]
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One of my favorite Facebook groups is "Old Pics of Colorado Springs," a site where residents and natives mourn and celebrate our city's past. [Read More]
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The Pikes Peak Small Business Development Center will host the Minority Business Enterprise & Diversity Summit, Part 2: Winning Through Inclusion on... [Read More]
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El Paso County followed the 2018 national foreclosure trend, reaching its lowest annual total of new foreclosure filings since 1998. The yearly total... [Read More]
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Ent Credit Union is planning to move its headquarters into a new, 300,000-square-foot facility it is developing near Interstate 25 and Interquest Parkway. [Read More]
It now seems all but certain (to use a favorite cliché of political journalists) that two-term Colorado governor John Hickenlooper will run for president. It'll... [Read More]
In the era of partisan bickering, we can agree on one thing: College is pricing a lot of students out of a post-secondary education. [Read More]
Tags: COSI - College - funny
In his fourth State of the City address Mayor John Suthers reflected on milestones from the city's past and repeated the theme that citizens today... [Read More]
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If you think paper jams are bad, wait till you find out hackers have taken over your printer. It's more common than most people think. [Read More]
When the Goldbergs first opened The Arena, they had 13,000 square feet of indoor turf. They added a full-size basketball court last spring. [Read More]
Tags: Goldbergs - Arena - area
In the excitement of going to college, we often do not consider the real-world implications of children becoming legal adults. [Read More]
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