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SIFCO Industries is acquiring MW General Inc, which operates as General Aluminum Forgings in Colorado Springs. The company is an aerospace component supplier that provides precision aluminum materials to the commercial aerospace industry, military and to medical device companies. The transaction closed Tuesday, and specific terms were not disclosed. SIFCO is also a component supplier… Continue Reading SIFCO acquires Springs aluminum forging company

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Utilities eases drought restrictions

While the city will remain in stage 2B watering restrictions – limited to watering outdoors only two days a week – the threshold for drought surcharges has increased, according to Colorado Springs Utilities. Starting Aug. 1, the entry point for water pricing increases goes to 2,500 cubic feet of water usage, up from 2,000 cubic… Continue Reading Utilities eases drought restrictions

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Time Warner hiring 150 in Colorado Springs

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Time Warner hiring 150 in Colorado Springs

Time Warner Cable will hire around 150 employees by the end of 2013 to work at its Colorado Springs call center. The company said in a news release July 19 that it plans to fill dozens of positions each month until the end of the year, which will top the center at 2221 E. Bijou… Continue Reading Time Warner hiring 150 in Colorado Springs

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Antlers Hilton facing foreclosure

The El Paso County Public Trustee filed foreclosure papers Tuesday on the Antlers Hilton hotel in downtown Colorado Springs. According to records from the public trustee, $36.35 million is the balance due on the 232-room downtown icon. The original principal balance of the debt was $36.342 million, according to public trustee documents. This foreclosure is… Continue Reading Antlers Hilton facing foreclosure

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Digital Edition – July 19, 2013

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Foundation launches into tourism

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Foundation launches into tourism

For the Space Foundation, it’s truly a summer of discovery. For the first time, the 30-year-old organization has the room to display decades’ worth of space memorabilia – models of the Mars rover, exhibits from NASA’s space shuttle program, the only moon rock in the state of Colorado. And staff members have combined it all… Continue Reading Foundation launches into tourism

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Big names will tackle problems at airport

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Tuesday morning, speaking from a makeshift media facility on the second level of the Colorado Springs Airport terminal, Mayor Steve Bach announced the creation of an “Airport Air Service Task Force.” Given that the city and its enterprises already benefit from the advice of scores of citizen advisory panels, such an announcement wouldn’t ordinarily merit… Continue Reading Big names will tackle problems at airport

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How to buy a business: Some easy, others not

Caroline Bilodeau went into The Speedtrap coffee shop one day, asked the owner if he would sell the Palmer Lake business to her, and he said, “Yes.” “A week later, I came back with a check, and it was done,” Bilodeau said. “It was a very quick and simple sale.” Not all business sales are… Continue Reading How to buy a business: Some easy, others not

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Yesterday upon the stair I met a man who wasn’t there He wasn’t there again today Oh, how I wish he’d go away — William Hughes Mearns, 1899   At Monday’s meeting of the Pikes Peak Regional Stormwater Task Force, “the man who wasn’t there” dominated the meeting. City Councilmembers Jan Martin, Val Snider and… Continue Reading Stormwater solution should be obvious, but …

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When a group of mental health care providers got together last October, they started a process that will take years: identifying and solving the mental health crisis in Colorado Springs. But now, the collaboration put together by Pikes Peak Community Health Partnership has the chance to get an infusion of cash from the state to… Continue Reading Mental health – lots of problems, but not solutions

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