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Kudos! – April 26, 2013

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CPCD wins grant for in-home health program Community Partnership for Child Development was recently awarded a $24,500 grant from the Kaiser Permanente Community Health Fund. This grant will support the In-Home Health Education Program that offers nutrition and health education to families in their homes. “CPCD offers parents a number of nutrition and health classes, but… Continue Reading Kudos! – April 26, 2013

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People on the Move – April 26, 2013

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Caitlin Kern joins OfficeScapes as receptionist and administrative assistant. Kern is currently a student at Pikes Peak Community College and plans to transfer to the University of Colorado Colorado Springs to major in business marketing. Kern was the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo 2012 Girl of the West and was employed by the Women’s Professional… Continue Reading People on the Move – April 26, 2013

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MoodSwings open to all ages

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MoodSwings open to all ages

MoodSwings Acoustic Lounge Location: 696 N. Circle Drive Phone: (719) 358-6720 Employees: 2 Craig Tomanini has four daughters and an intimate knowledge of the bar scene around Colorado Springs. As the drummer for local rock band The Nocturnal Tomatoes, he knows about the liquor-soaked patrons, the late hours and the rock ’n’ roll lifestyle. As… Continue Reading MoodSwings open to all ages

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The Colorado General Assembly is considering a bill to regulate stop-loss insurance and attempt to stabilize the small-group market. It’s good news for most small businesses with traditional insurance, but could leave a handful of small businesses paying more money. House Bill 1290 also seeks to end a practice common in the stop-loss market —… Continue Reading Legislation seeks to stabilize insurance market

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Sixty years ago, my father took me duck shooting for the first time. He had given me a 20-gauge single-barreled shotgun a few months before my 12th birthday, and had carefully instructed me in its use. We spent weekends trap shooting and skeet shooting. He taught me how to lead the clay pigeon, estimate range,… Continue Reading It’s time to take a look at Colorado Springs Utilities

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Investors beware fraudulent opportunities

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Inter Reef Ltd. seemed to offer the deal of a lifetime. The Internet-based investment company promised investors would “Get richer with every sunrise,” with a daily return on the investment of 1.5 to 2.5 percent. It promised it used Biblical values to invest money, with short-term “hard money loans” to businesses throughout the United States… Continue Reading Investors beware fraudulent opportunities

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Go to Gazette.com. Click on ‘local.’ Mouse down and click on ‘Government.’ Scroll down to ‘Colorado government news.’ You won’t find much – just four stories from the AP wire. They’ve been there for a while. How long? A day, two days, a week? Longer?  Much, much longer… Here’s a clue. One story is titled… Continue Reading 1,249 days – Gazette readers held hostage!

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Fire chief to retire April 30

Colorado Springs Fire Chief Richard Brown will retire April 30 after 32 years with the Colorado Springs Fire Department. Brown was appointed chief by Mayor Steve Bach, after Steve Cox left the position to become chief of staff under the mayor’s administration. And even though Bach says he’ll name an interim fire chief by April… Continue Reading Fire chief to retire April 30

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Investors bullish on Colorado economy

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Colorado investors are optimistic about the markets and about the Colorado economy, according to a Morgan Stanley poll. Investors show renewed confidence in meeting financial goals but are still concerned about international conflicts and the U.S. budget deficit. The poll shows that Colorado area investors with at least $100,000 in investable assets are optimistic about… Continue Reading Investors bullish on Colorado economy

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AspenPointe names replacement CEO

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Dr. Mick Pattinson has been hired to replace outgoing president and CEO Morris Roth at AspenPointe, according to the nonprofit group, which provides behavioral and occupational therapy in the Pikes Peak region. Pattinson will take over for Roth, who is retiring in August after more than 40 years at AspenPointe. Roth served as the organization’s… Continue Reading AspenPointe names replacement CEO

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