Imagination Celebration recognizes 50th anniversary of Wilderness Act

Imagination Celebration recognizes 50th anniversary of Wilderness Act

Fifty years ago the Wilderness Act revolutionized the way the United State would conserve its…

Twenty-four local groups receive Wells Fargo grants

Twenty-four local groups receive Wells Fargo grants

Pikes Peak Region recipients of grants from the 21st annual Wells Fargo Community Assistance Fund…

Shop Small Business Saturday, Downtown Stroll

Shop Small Business Saturday, Downtown Stroll

This year, the week after Thanksgiving will be focused on shopping small and local in…

City seeks applicants for Council seat

City seeks applicants for Council seat

City Council is currently accepting applications to fill Council member Joel Miller’s vacated position representing…

Stay healthy and win a gift card these holidays

Stay healthy and win a gift card these holidays

Weigh and Win, a Kaiser Permanente-supported program, launches the inaugural Healthy Holiday Challenge encouraging Coloradans to…

NFIB, partners file in TABOR lawsuit

NFIB, partners file in TABOR lawsuit

The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), Friday, Nov. 21, formally asked the U.S. Supreme…

Health Care Services to begin renovations on new location

Health Care Services to begin renovations on new location

Rocky Mountain Health Care Services will begin renovations next month on a 60,000-square-foot building on…

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Catalyst Campus: path to the future

Train stations once were among the world’s epicenters of connectivity and vitality. They represented the worth of a community as well as its future economic potential. That’s an ethos the O’Neil Group Company wishes to recreate at its Catalyst Campus, a collaborative work and education environment slated to open next summer in downtown Colorado Springs.……

Catalyst Campus: path to the future

Twenty-four local groups receive Wells Fargo grants

Pikes Peak Region recipients of grants from the 21st annual Wells Fargo Community Assistance Fund were announced recently by Ryan Stephens, Wells Fargo’s area president for Southern Colorado. Twenty-four locally based nonprofits received donations totaling $28,500. “El Paso County is a great place to live, work, play and do business in large part due to……

Twenty-four local groups receive Wells Fargo grants

Stay healthy and win a gift card these holidays

Weigh and Win, a Kaiser Permanente-supported program, launches the inaugural Healthy Holiday Challenge encouraging Coloradans to maintain their current weight throughout the 2014 holiday season. All residents who lose or stay within 1 pound of their initially recorded weight will receive a $15 gift card to Amazon.com. Participants are required to complete an initial weigh-in Nov. 19-26……

Stay healthy and win a gift card these holidays

Real estate transactions completed

Marty Chase, Realtor with Weichert Realtors, was the buyer’s agent in the sale last month of three vacant land parcels in El Paso County, including 38 acres at the Forest Meadows subdivision. Colorado Morley Returns sold the 38 acres to Dillondon, and Craig Anderson of NAI Highland represented the seller. The sales price was $731,220. Terra……

Real estate transactions completed

North Pole still has same lure

When Santa Claus needs to get away, he vacations in Cascade. That’s been the case since 1956, when the North Pole: Home of Santa’s Workshop, was created by Wesley Spurry. Following the model of a park in Lake Placid, N.Y., Spurry and investors Art Herzberger and George Haggard brought the Christmas-themed concept to the foot……

North Pole still has same lure

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Colorado Kite & Ski lightens cost factor

Colorado Kite & Ski lightens cost factor

It was just after 10 a.m. when a chilled Stan Wolf answered a call at his ski shop on the Westside of Colorado Springs. “Colorado Kite & Ski,” he answered enthusiastically. “Yes, we have everything you need for snowboarding. ……

Brazos brings woman’s touch to construction

Brazos brings woman’s touch to construction

Leacia Brilliant hails from Sugarland, Texas, just outside the Houston area, and when she started…

BivySak brings adventure to front door

BivySak brings adventure to front door

Having just launched a business catering to the Colorado lifestyle, friends Eric Liebold, Joe Thomas…

Rosie’s Diner cornerstone to Tri-Lakes

Rosie’s Diner cornerstone to Tri-Lakes

MONUMENT — A.B. Tellez cut his teeth in the restaurant business at a family-owned amusement…

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University Village: prosperous property

University Village: prosperous property

Five years have passed since part of a fledgling urban renewal project in north-central Colorado…

Manitou wraps up a successful summer

Manitou wraps up a successful summer

By Jeanne Davant Pikes Peak Bulletin Manitou Springs’ economy is coming back strong from the…

Barracuda owner finds success in OCC

Barracuda owner finds success in OCC

“Beautiful should always be affordable.” That’s a phrase that flows frequently from the lips of…

Colorado Kite & Ski lightens cost factor

Colorado Kite & Ski lightens cost factor

It was just after 10 a.m. when a chilled Stan Wolf answered a call at his ski shop on the Westside of Colorado Springs. “Colorado Kite & Ski,” he answered enthusiastically. “Yes, we have everything you need for snowboarding. ……

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