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Pro Challenge announces poster contest

Pro Challenge announces poster contest

The 2015 USA Pro Challenge will host a nationwide contest on Facebook , inviting artists to create a national event poster for the fifth annual race that will be seen throughout the world. One person will earn the opportunity to design the official USA Pro Challenge race poster, according to a news release.  Artists from across… Continue Reading Pro Challenge announces poster contest

BBB names interim CEO

The Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado’s board of directors has named Matt Colligan as interim CEO, effective March 30. Colligan has been a BBB board member for several years and has served on its executive committee. “Although a nationwide search is well underway, the permanent CEO position may not be filled before April 30,” according to a news… Continue Reading BBB names interim CEO

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Cliff House still a Manitou anchor

If you ask Paul York, a butterfly effect that led to Manitou Springs’ resurgence in the late 1990s began largely thanks to an errant cigarette in 1982. The general manager of the 142-year-old building now known as the Cliff House at Pikes Peak, York said a man then hired by the city of Manitou as… Continue Reading Cliff House still a Manitou anchor

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Manitou URA waking from slumber?

Years have passed since the 2006 inception of the Manitou Springs Urban Renewal Authority, with relatively little to show for its efforts. But according to Mayor Marc Snyder, who also serves on the URA board, those efforts could be picking up as soon as this year. “Unfortunately [the URA’s beginnings] coincided with the Great Recession,… Continue Reading Manitou URA waking from slumber?

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City releases stormwater expenditure report

City officials released this week a comprehensive list of stormwater expenditures from 2004 through 2014 to give citizens a more comprehensive picture of total spending. According to a news release issued by the city, the stormwater program for the city of Colorado Springs has included substantial spending over the past 15 years on “new flood control… Continue Reading City releases stormwater expenditure report

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Clerk’s office opens election drop boxes

The office of the El Paso County clerk and recorder, in cooperation with the Colorado Springs city clerk, has opened six 24/7 ballot drop boxes and installed office-hour drop boxes inside city Department of Motor Vehicle offices to support the 2015 Colorado Springs municipal election. The 24/7 boxes and the interior boxes at the DMV offices… Continue Reading Clerk’s office opens election drop boxes

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Olympic Museum selects Magneti to support communication initiatives

After a months-long national search, The United States Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame has chosen Colorado Springs-based Magneti Marketing to assist in the development of its communication strategy. “The United States Olympic Museum will become one of the city’s most iconic sites, representing Colorado Springs’ passion and commitment to the Olympic movement,” Kristen Downs,… Continue Reading Olympic Museum selects Magneti to support communication initiatives

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Stargazers for sale again

The Stargazers Theatre and Event Center is once again on the market. It’s the second time the event center has been for sale since the beginning of 2014, when owners John and Cindy Hooton said they were “testing the waters” by listing the property. The building and land was on the market for six months… Continue Reading Stargazers for sale again

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Luck in love with local food scene

Brother Luck (yes, his real name), is the proprietor and executive chef of the relatively new Brother Luck Street Eats located on West Colorado Avenue. Luck oversees all restaurant operations, including the sourcing and preparation of seasonal, farm-to-table fare, much of it from local distributors. He hadn’t always been the boss, however, as he recalls… Continue Reading Luck in love with local food scene

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Fellowship provides young filmmakers opportunity

“Oh, you do that here?” Shivers run up Pete Schuermann’s spine. “I hate that. I get asked that all the time when I say I make movies,” he said from his office in Colorado Springs. Schuermann is the creator and director, so to speak, of the First Take Film Fellowship, a local nonprofit created to… Continue Reading Fellowship provides young filmmakers opportunity

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