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Colorado Springs-based Delta Solutions & Strategies announced today that it has been awarded a  contract to provide homeland security training to the state of Arizona. Delta representatives said this is the largest and most comprehensive of 4 recent contracts it has won in the State of Arizona supporting homeland security and emergency preparedness.    … Continue Reading Delta Solutions wins contract to train state of Arizona

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The Colorado House of Representatives is considering a bill that seeks to create a comprehensive international export development program for advanced industries. Proponents say House Bill 1193 is a tool for the state’s small- and medium-sized industries that might not have resources needed to export goods overseas. The bill will provide money, training and consulting… Continue Reading Legislation would help Colo. industries enter international markets

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United Way seeks funding-committee volunteers

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Pikes Peak United Way is seeking 62 business and community volunteers to review the organization’s $1.5 million funding for early education and safety net services. Volunteers are asked to donate about 20 hours during March and May to make pass or fail recommendations for continued funding. For more information contact Aimee Liotino at aimee@ppunitedway.org or 955-0762. Register… Continue Reading United Way seeks funding-committee volunteers

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  As predicted, April’s council elections may have a few surprises. So far, there are 19 official candidates for the six districts seats in play. Four incumbents are in the race: Tim Leigh in District 1, Angela Dougan in District 2, Brandy William in District 3, and Bernie Herpin in District 5. Here’s the rundown.… Continue Reading Show me the money! Sluggish fundraising from council candidates

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The Pikes Peak Regional Transportation Authority and City of Colorado Springs will present the completed designs for widening three key segments of Austin Bluffs Parkway at an open house from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Feb. 6 at Calvary United Methodist Church, 4210 Austin Bluffs Parkway. To see the designs or for more information, go… Continue Reading PPRTA unveils Austin Bluffs Parkway designs, holding open house

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Discover Goodwill has raised $10 million in 18 months, the nonprofit’s largest capital campaign in its 50-year history. The Paths to Independence campaign raised cash and in-kind donations to support programs, services and operations for people with disabilities and disadvantages. Contributions have been designated for Goodwill’s life-skills program, called Possibilities, the consolidation of staff and… Continue Reading Goodwill raises $10 million in record capital campaign

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Pikes Peak Hospice to open unit at Memorial

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Memorial Hospital will create a hospice inpatient care unit at its central location, thanks to a partnership with Pikes Peak Hospice and Palliative Care. The partnership was approved by the University of Colorado Health Board of Directors and will create a licensed unit for hospice patients operated by the local nonprofit hospice organization. The partnership… Continue Reading Pikes Peak Hospice to open unit at Memorial

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The Mountain states — Colorado, Utah and Wyoming — continue to exceed the national index in sales, employment, inventories and delivery lead time. For the 39th straight month, the overall index for the Mountain States region, a leading economic indicator, advanced above growth neutral of 50, according to the Denver-based Goss Institute for Economic Research.… Continue Reading Manufacturing in Mountain States expanding, report says

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He once led Pikes Peak Community College. Now, Colorado Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia is a leading candidate to become U.S. secretary of labor, according to a Reuters article today. The news service cites sources familiar with the situation. Garcia, a Hispanic former president of Colorado State University-Pueblo, would bring racial diversity and a Western flair… Continue Reading Lt. Gov. Garcia could be tapped for U.S. cabinet job

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