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Driving on I-25, there’s an app for that

Waiting on the morning DJ to give a traffic update about the I-25 commute from Colorado Springs to Denver? Wait no more. The Colorado Department of Transportation recently launched the I-25 corridor CDOT Mobile, a free smartphone mobile app. CDOT Mobile will give travelers real-time information on highway conditions and traffic. “We first launched CDOT… Continue Reading Driving on I-25, there’s an app for that

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Udall to head U.S. Senate Stategic Forces subcommittee

Sen. Mark Udall will head up a committee that oversees issues critical to Colorado’s military and aerospace communities. Udall, who is a member of the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, has been named the chairman of the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces, which oversees such issues as cyberdefense, military space programs, nuclear weapons and intelligence programs.… Continue Reading Udall to head U.S. Senate Stategic Forces subcommittee

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Digital Edition – February 22, 2013

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Parking and soccer coming soon to UCCS

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Parking and soccer coming soon to UCCS

At the University of Colorado Colorado Springs parking and soccer go hand in hand. UCCS has hired Mortenson Construction to build a unique parking structure, one with 1,230 parking slots, topped with a soccer field. Crews began working on the $21 million project this month.  Mortenson is leading a design-build team that includes Davis Partnership,… Continue Reading Parking and soccer coming soon to UCCS

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As our community faces tough questions about how we will choose to regulate the marijuana industry post-Amendment 64, it is important that we are aware of the little- discussed, long-term social costs that will impact us all. One of the greatest concerns is availability to adolescent users. Proponents of legalization frequently state that recreational use… Continue Reading With marijuana, the grass isn’t always greener

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Identities and labels can reshape our city

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As a new resident of Colorado Springs, I’m frequently asked by friends and family to describe my first impressions. My responses tend to include an item-by-item evaluation of experiences since moving here (for example, “I’ve enjoyed accessing the mountains without having to deal with I-70” or “…discovering a vibrant community of local artists,” etc.). What… Continue Reading Identities and labels can reshape our city

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Worthy of the region’s applause

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Almost every weekend of the year — and more than a few weeknights along the way — hundreds of area residents at a time flock to fundraising events for local nonprofits. Everyone knows the drill: There’s a reception, a meal, a program and/or special theme, and attendees have various opportunities to open their checkbooks or… Continue Reading Worthy of the region’s applause

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Behind the numbers: When it comes to female CPAs, statistics are not black and white

At first blush the numbers seem alarming: 40 percent of all CPAs are women, but only 21 percent make it to the level of partner in their firms. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance both stress the importance of firms having more women shareholders and partners. But… Continue Reading Behind the numbers: When it comes to female CPAs, statistics are not black and white

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Internet station finding place in universe

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Internet station finding place in universe

Cosmic Broadcasting Founded — November 2012 Owner — Stacey Kline Employees — two www.cosmicbroadcasting.com Stacey Kline loves to talk. In a five-minute conversation, she covers gardening, weather, chickens and homeowners associations. She has a real enthusiasm in her voice that makes people want to listen. In November, Kline launched an Internet radio station, Cosmic Broadcasting,… Continue Reading Internet station finding place in universe

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Downtowners to discuss arts, culture

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In keeping with national trends, Colorado Springs could utilize its arts, culture and creative class to build a stronger sense of community and — along with it — a stronger economy downtown. Downtown, arts and area leaders will discuss creative place-making and using arts and culture to develop a stronger downtown economy in a special… Continue Reading Downtowners to discuss arts, culture

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