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On the Horizon – May 17, 2013

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May 17 Armed Forces Week luncheon Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance is hosting the Armed Forces Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at The Broadmoor hotel. The awards ceremony and luncheon will feature Gen. William Shelton, commander of Space Command, as keynote speaker. Cost is $35 for active duty, reserve component, DoD civilians, elected… Continue Reading On the Horizon – May 17, 2013

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People on the Move – May 17, 2013

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Advertising Konstance Smith has joined SANDIA Advertising as a senior designer. She has eight years of advertising agency experience as lead designer working in various industries, including healthcare, athletics, education, manufacturing and banking. During her career, Konstance has designed campaigns and worked on projects for local and national organizations, including Junior Achievement Worldwide, U.S. Olympic… Continue Reading People on the Move – May 17, 2013

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One on One: Morris Roth

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One on One: Morris Roth

Morris Roth, who has worked at AspenPointe for nearly 42 years, will retire at the end of July. As CEO, he has led AspenPointe, one of the region’s largest — and oldest — nonprofits, which serves those with mental health needs, substance-abuse recovery and employment, and career development. AspenPointe traces its roots to 1875 when… Continue Reading One on One: Morris Roth

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Downtown Partnership updates progress

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The Downtown Partnership is growing to match increasing enthusiasm about a downtown renaissance. The organization, funded by the Downtown Development Authority and Downtown Business Improvement District, will move on May 18, said Susan Edmondson, partnership president and CEO. Its address will remain 111 S. Tejon St., but will change from suite 309 to 404 for… Continue Reading Downtown Partnership updates progress

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Gould leaves AFA, but not Colorado Springs

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We’re down to the final few days before Lt. Gen. Michael Gould steps aside as the 18th superintendent of the Air Force Academy and retires from military service. For many Colorado Springs residents and business folks, that change of command might not seem like a huge deal. For them, it’s just another supe leaving, and… Continue Reading Gould leaves AFA, but not Colorado Springs

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Prince of Blades thrives in its edgy niche

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Prince of Blades thrives in its edgy niche

Prince of Blades 1641 W. Colorado Ave. 520-9391 Employees: 2.5 Years in business: 19 Dorothy Bretag grew up during the golden age of swashbuckling films like The Adventures of Robin Hood, The Mark of Zorro and The Prisoner of Zenda. If sword-fighting was involved, she made sure her dad had movie tickets. So, when she… Continue Reading Prince of Blades thrives in its edgy niche

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It’s been a long, strange trip for the city of Colorado Springs and The Broadmoor, two feuding organizations locked in a long, unhappy marriage. When Gen. William Palmer founded the city in 1871, much of the rolling mesa at the foot of Cheyenne Mountain was owned by Burton C. Myers, who planted a few acres… Continue Reading Broadmoor’s newest dreams won’t come soon

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Calling it the “CVB lite,” the City of Colorado Springs plans to open the building on Acacia Park as a visitors’ center this summer. The building has been unused for decades, but is undergoing a facelift inside and out in order to create the center, which will be staffed by volunteers and include information on… Continue Reading City seeks to create visitors’ center in Acacia Park

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The Sky Sox baseball team has agreed to participate in a city-sponsored study to see whether building a downtown stadium for the minor-league team could work. “We’re very happy where we are now and we had no plans to move,” Sky Sox general manager Tony Ensor said. He said the city came to him and asked… Continue Reading City studying feasibility of moving Sky Sox downtown

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NSG wins first Chinese patent

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Neumann Systems Group hit a major milestone in its efforts to market its products to the Asian market. The local company received its first Chinese patent for a flat jet spray liquid gas contactor. The development opens the door for flue gas desulfurization opportunities in the Far East. NSG has 25 U.S. patents for technologies… Continue Reading NSG wins first Chinese patent

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