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USA Ultimate relocates to Colorado Springs

USA Ultimate relocates to Colorado Springs

USA Ultimate, the national governing body for the sport of ultimate in the United States and member of the U.S. Olympic Committee, announced last week the relocation of its national headquarters to Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs previously served as the home of USA Ultimate from 1992-2002 before the organization’s headquarters were relocated to Boulder. The… Continue Reading USA Ultimate relocates to Colorado Springs

Penrose offers genetic counseling via telemedicine

Thanks to modern technology, genetic counselors in Colorado Springs now can meet with patients in Durango by two-way live audio/video conferencing. Patients in Durango who seek genetic counseling can schedule appointments with Penrose Cancer Center genetic counselors and meet with them virtually. Penrose is in partnership with Mercy Regional Medical Center. Appointments physically take place… Continue Reading Penrose offers genetic counseling via telemedicine

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Redfin real estate expands to the Springs

Redfin, a “customer-first” real estate brokerage firm will branch its home-buying and selling services to Colorado Springs. People can now work with Redfin agents to buy and sell homes in El Paso County as well as Monument, Palmer Lake, Woodmoor, Black Forest, Falcon, Fountain, Security-Widefield and Woodland Park. “We’ve been eager to extend our services to… Continue Reading Redfin real estate expands to the Springs

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Award-winning architect David Tryba to lead jury for 17th annual art exhibit

David Tryba, FAIA, has been selected as the lead juror for the 2015-2016 Art on the Streets exhibit in Colorado Springs. Art on the Streets celebrates the power of art in public places, while turning the streets of downtown Colorado Springs into a yearlong outdoor sculpture gallery. The Founder of Tryba Architects, a firm with… Continue Reading Award-winning architect David Tryba to lead jury for 17th annual art exhibit

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Community celebrates Incline’s reopening

Following three months of closure and $1.5 million in repairs and upgrading, the Manitou Incline opened to an eager crowd Dec. 5. Officials involved in the project spoke to the crowd before the first hikers made their way to the Incline’s peak. Speakers included Manitou Springs Mayor Marc Snyder; Krithika Prashant, senior communications specialist for… Continue Reading Community celebrates Incline’s reopening

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Henley’s has stayed on key 69 years

Homer Henley started Henley’s Key Service Inc. in 1945 from his basement. Locksmithing was a hobby for the late Henley, who had been a schoolteacher on the East Coast until the beginning World War II. “The country needed people to work on airplanes more than it needed schoolteachers,” said Paul Henley, Homer’s son and now… Continue Reading Henley’s has stayed on key 69 years

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Pop Up Shops fill storefront vacancies

Shoppers familiar with downtown may come across some unfamiliar businesses this holiday season. Pop Up Shops, a program facilitated by the Downtown Development Authority and Downtown Partnership, provides an opportunity for budding small business owners to test the water without daunting commitments. “It provides an option for potential new retailers to test the market,” said… Continue Reading Pop Up Shops fill storefront vacancies

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Dordain receives 2015 Lifetime Space Achievement Award  

The board of directors of the Space Foundation has unanimously selected Jean-Jacques Dordain, director general of the European Space Agency, as the 2015 recipient of its highest honor — the General James E. Hill Lifetime Space Achievement Award. “Jean-Jacques Dordain’s long, distinguished and globally recognized service in the space sector make him an outstanding selection… Continue Reading Dordain receives 2015 Lifetime Space Achievement Award  

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Daniels Fund approves $1.25 million UCCS ethics grant

The board of directors for Denver-based Daniels Fund recently approved $11 million to continue the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative, including a $1.25 million grant provided to the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Prior to announcing its decision Dec. 8, the Daniels Fund’s board evaluated the success of the five-year pilot program at eight universities and opted to… Continue Reading Daniels Fund approves $1.25 million UCCS ethics grant

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Ease your tax pressure by starting early

Tax forms will be filling mailboxes in just a few weeks and CPAs are gearing up for their busiest quarter on the calendar. According to local tax preparers, there are several tips for individuals, businesses and students that can make the road to April 15 a little smoother. It’s personal Jason Watson, managing partner with… Continue Reading Ease your tax pressure by starting early

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