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Academy Boulevard: Can city help it recover?

Dotted with urban blight as well as lively street corners, the once-thriving Academy Boulevard corridor attracts nearly as many opinions as the storefronts it has. The government should not be involved at all in attracting business to the area, say some elected officials, while others say the city should — and does — offer incentives.… Continue Reading Academy Boulevard: Can city help it recover?

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Digital Edition – June 28, 2013

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Airport hopes its rebound can start soon

The Colorado Springs Airport is striving to be more customer-friendly, reduce costs and attract more passengers. And all that work just might have paid off — at least in a small way. The airport plans soon to announce flights to two additional cities from the Springs airport, flights that represent a return of service for… Continue Reading Airport hopes its rebound can start soon

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Ever visit a Kum & Go? They’re to convenience stores what Costco is to retailers. They’re big, efficient and customer friendly. Pumps are widely separated and easy to access. The stores are spacious and welcoming, offering fresh pizza and pastries, and many locally sourced products. The privately owned Midwestern chain has entered the Colorado Springs… Continue Reading Old Colorado City braces for Kum & Go’s large invasion

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One on One: Jason Wood brings United Way experience

When JD Dallager announced his plans to retire as Pikes Peak United Way’s CEO earlier this year, Jason Wood saw an opportunity — and went for it. Wood, who was living in Kansas City, has headed two other United Way organizations and is no stranger to nonprofits. He has an undergraduate degree in nonprofit management… Continue Reading One on One: Jason Wood brings United Way experience

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Digital Edition – June 21, 2013

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Sometimes, when life deals you a few hours of unexpected free time, you simply have to take advantage. That’s what happened to me last weekend, after driving to Denver to pick up my wife at the airport. (Yes, she flew out of there, not Colorado Springs, because this trip was paid for with airline miles,… Continue Reading Quick trip finds a different world at Park Meadows

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New law firm marries different missions

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New law firm marries different missions

Aspire IP http://aspireip.com/ 24 S. Weber St., Suite 300, 344-9907 Attorneys: 4 Practice areas: copyright, cyber risk services, cyberspace and cyber law, licensing, litigation, opinions and counseling, patent services and patent transactions, trade secrets and trademarks Four local lawyers with experience in government cyber security, patent law and intellectual property protections have joined to create… Continue Reading New law firm marries different missions

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People on the Move – June 28, 2013

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The U.S. Olympic Committee has named Benita Fitzgerald Mosley as its chief of organizational excellence. An Olympic champion in 1984, she served as the chief of sport performance for USA Track and Field for the past four years. Prior to USATF, Fitzgerald Mosley was president and CEO of Women in Cable Telecommunications after serving as… Continue Reading People on the Move – June 28, 2013

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Kudos! – June 28, 2013

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Ent raises more than $38,000 for Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity Ent employees and members raised $38,175 for Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity as part of the credit union’s spring fundraising campaign. Events like bake sales, barbecues, jeans days and raffles helped raise the money. Ent’s members also contributed to the cause through donations made… Continue Reading Kudos! – June 28, 2013

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