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People On The Move – October 3, 2013

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Abacus Solutions Group named Scott Albertson of Colorado Springs as its new president. Albertson is a retired Navy captain and experienced corporate leader with more than 35 years of combined military and industry leadership experience. Peak View Behavioral Health announced Lana Currance, RN, MSN, MHA, as their new chief executive officer. Currance’s experience includes more… Continue Reading People On The Move – October 3, 2013

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Kudos! – October 3, 2013

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Salzman honored with Realtor Emeritus status Harry Salzman, broker and owner of Salzman Real Estate Service, received Realtor Emeritus status from the National Association of Realtors. The honor was awarded in “recognition of 40 cumulative years of membership in the NAR and in recognition of his valuable and lasting contribution to the real estate profession,”… Continue Reading Kudos! – October 3, 2013

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On The Horizon – October 3, 2013

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Oct. 4 Job Fair/Hiring Event Pikes Peak Workforce Center is hosting a job fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Citizens Service Center, 1675 Garden of the Gods Road, specifically for manufacturing companies. To reserve a space for your company, email linda.johnson@elpasoco.com. Oct. 5 CC presentation Colorado College presents, “Antarctic Discovery: Discovering Remote… Continue Reading On The Horizon – October 3, 2013

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The digital economy is getting hammered with advanced cyber attacks. As a business executive your awareness of this issue grows daily and cyber security is now weighing on your mind. You are not alone. After interviewing 588 C-suite and Board-level executives, the Lloyds’ 2013 Risk Index reported that cyber risk is considered the third-highest risk… Continue Reading Three mindsets about cyber risk: Which one will resonate?

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Folks who live near the Gulf of Mexico are well aware of red tides. During such phenomena, the Gulf’s crystalline blue waters turn a murky red, thanks to sudden algal blooms. Oxygen-deprived fish die and wash up on beaches, while humans may become severely ill from eating shellfish contaminated with red-tide toxins. Substitute “Democratic elected… Continue Reading Red tide could produce state’s next GOP governor

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New idea shifts medical care

Everybody’s been there — sitting in an emergency room or urgent care clinic for tedious hour after tedious hour, listening to crying children, coughing patients and trying not to touch anything for fear of germs. It’s a scene that’s replayed around the nation, 1.2 billion times a year, and it’s only going to get worse… Continue Reading New idea shifts medical care

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Road improvements continue in Black Forest

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Good fall weather is needed to wrap up transportation improvement projects in Black Forest, said El Paso County engineer Andre Brackin. The Black Forest fire and post-fire flooding have caused significant delay in getting the projects finished, he said. Contractors are continuing paving at Black Forest and Burgess roads, and will soon install traffic signals.… Continue Reading Road improvements continue in Black Forest

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Grant aids counseling for flood victims

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A grant will make it possible for The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to offer a crisis counseling program for Coloradans affected by floods in September. The department received initial funding of almost $792,000 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response. The program will fund work by eight… Continue Reading Grant aids counseling for flood victims

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Springs East Airport up for sale

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Colorado Springs East Airport, a private airstrip located 16 miles east of the city, is up for sale. The airport’s shareholders have decided to sell the corporation and its assets, according to a press release from the organization. “This would be an outstanding location for UAV testing, a missionary flight organization, a Young Eagles-type program,”… Continue Reading Springs East Airport up for sale

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In an effort to improve emergency response for individuals with disabilities, the Federal Emergency Management Agency reached out to Colorado Springs-based The Independence Center for assistance in communicating and synchronizing leaders within the states’ disability community. The Independence Center and other agencies in the state are examining what worked during the floods, which areas need… Continue Reading FEMA and Springs nonprofit coordinate after floods

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