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Military surgeons are staying battlefield ready while giving specialized care to Colorado Springs trauma patients. [Read More]
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Colorado Springs saw a number of changes downtown in 2017, and the new year will bring even more new businesses. [Read More]
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Colorado Springs software startup KidReports has been acquired by global firm Procare Software. ... [Read More]
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Colorado Springs' jobs market is booming and increased productivity is boosting the standard of living and quality of life, according to a 140-page report detailing... [Read More]
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Under Colorado law, a spouse may be entitled to financial support on a monthly basis following entry of a divorce decree. This support is called... [Read More]
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Bill Garden was seeking additional capital for his business and discovered that getting loans for expansion was harder than he expected. [Read More]
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As a business owner for more than 20 years, I have come to realize the importance of investing back in my business. [Read More]
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In September, the U.S. government banned all federal agencies from using products from Russian cybersecurity software giant Kaspersky Lab. [Read More]
It's interesting that the idea to toll the lanes to be added to the I-25 gap between Monument and Castle Rock only surfaced after the... [Read More]
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The City Center Series allows participants an opportunity to "learn about the role of design in creating a more vibrant city." [Read More]
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Vistas at Jackson Creek, a luxury 267-unit apartment complex in Monument, has been acquired for $57.8 million by a private owner,... [Read More]
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When Sara Kinney lit up the historic Michelle sign over 122 N. Tejon St. in the pre-dawn hours of Nov. 27, it symbolized a dream... [Read More]
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Change is often difficult, and that's why Colorado Springs Sky Sox General Manager Tony Ensor has started marketing the team for 2019. [Read More]
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A specialty ski and snowboard shop in Colorado Springs is celebrating 65 years in business. The Ski Shop opened in a barn in 1952. [Read More]
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John Brazie started his career in food service in high school, and hasn't ever steered away from the industry. [Read More]
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El Paso County Commissioner Stan VanderWerf, who is also chairman of the committee that oversees the Pikes Peak Workforce Center, said he's not worried about... [Read More]
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More than ever, journalism is about engaging with sources and readers on many different platforms. [Read More]
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The iconic Michelle sign — more than 50 years old — will shine on N. Tejon Street again if Sara Kinney and Randel Castleberry have... [Read More]
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Wearing a stocking hat that also has a face protector is not part of the preferred uniform for baseball players. [Read More]
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Formstack, an Indianapolis-based SAAS provider, announced plans to expand into Colorado Springs, opening an office at 6 S. Tejon St. [Read More]
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