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People on the Move – September 20, 2013

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Colorado Springs resident Jared Grantham was recently awarded the 2013 Colorado Association of Career Colleges Meritorious Recognition award, which recognizes accomplished students from private career colleges. Grantham earned a master’s degree in computer science from Colorado Technical University in Colorado Springs in June. He also earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management… Continue Reading People on the Move – September 20, 2013

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Springs Fabrication acquires Broomfield company

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Springs Fabrication, an engineered metal products manufacturing company in Colorado Springs, acquired assets and operations of IP Systems of Broomfield, Colo. The Broomfield location will serve the commercial and nuclear industries by providing isolated process systems. The company will retain its engineering expertise, intellectual property and technical fabrication skills. But since the acquisition by Springs… Continue Reading Springs Fabrication acquires Broomfield company

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Optimism builds for ski season

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Optimism builds  for ski season

It’s still weeks before the first snow flies, but Colorado’s ski resorts already are starting to build the hype — hoping that last season’s late snows bring this season’s early pass sales. Resorts throughout the state have spent millions in the off season, prepping snow-making equipment and wishing for a better winter. Some resorts have… Continue Reading Optimism builds for ski season

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Lockheed to continue support for missile defense in the Springs

Lockheed Martin received a $20 million contract to support air, space defense and missile warning systems for the North American Aerospace Defense Command and Cheyenne Mountain Complex as a modification to the military’s integrated space command and control program. Under this option, Lockheed Martin will sustain critical national defense missions at multiple locations worldwide. It’s… Continue Reading Lockheed to continue support for missile defense in the Springs

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Colorado Springs-based The Macalan Group, a security contractor, will pay the government $2.08 million and relinquish claims to an additional $744, 969 to settle allegations that the company submitted false claims in connection with a federal contract. Formerly known as NEK Advanced Securities Inc., the company had a contract with the Joint Improvised Explosive Device… Continue Reading Local defense contractor settles with feds for $2.08 million

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IRS offering break for Colorado flood victims

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IRS offering break for Colorado flood victims

The Internal Revenue Service will provide tax relief to individual and business taxpayers affected by, flooding, landslides and mudslides in Colorado. The IRS announced this week that some taxpayers in the counties of Adams, Boulder, El Paso, Larimer and Weld will receive tax relief, and other locations may be added in coming days following additional… Continue Reading IRS offering break for Colorado flood victims

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GoG Club to soon shift ownership

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After months on the market, a Garden of the Gods Club executive said that the facility, land and assets are in the process of being purchased. Few details are known of the club’s pending sale — including the identity of the buyer, who has requested anonymity until time of closing — which is being brokered… Continue Reading GoG Club to soon shift ownership

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Initial flood damage at $10m, city officials say

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Recent flooding in Colorado Springs will cost about $10 million in repairs to public infrastructure, according to Bret Waters, the city’s emergency management division director. “It’s conservative,” Waters said at Mayor Steve Bach’s monthly press conference. “Today’s the first sunny day, so we’re out still looking for damage. It’ll be higher.” Gold Camp Road is… Continue Reading Initial flood damage at $10m, city officials say

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UCCS wants to compete with national clinics

Of all the City for Champions proposals in the application for state Regional Tourism Act funding, the UCCS proposal is the only one that will happen with or without state support. The UCCS Sports Medicine and Performance Center is scheduled to be part of the university’s Health, Arts and Wellness Village — and is part… Continue Reading UCCS wants to compete with national clinics

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Time a factor in Goodwill sale, OCC future

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Time a factor in Goodwill sale, OCC future

When Kum & Go abandoned plans last week to build on the Goodwill parcel in Old Colorado City, it turned planning for the property into a redevelopment race. At least one developer plans to make an offer on the property next week, a second anonymous developer is piecing together a proposal and Goodwill now says… Continue Reading Time a factor in Goodwill sale, OCC future

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