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Free training for ‘disadvantaged’ businesses

Mountain Metropolitan Transit, the Colorado Department of Transportation and the Small Business Development Center have collaborated to bring a workshop to the Pikes Peak region. This workshop is geared toward minority- or women-owned small businesses interested in applying for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) certification in the state. The workshop will be Thursday from 10:30 a.m.… Continue Reading Free training for ‘disadvantaged’ businesses

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City bike tours now part of Core Culture series

A new partnership between Downtown Colorado Springs and UpaDowna adds bicycle tours to downtown’s Core Culture guided tour series. The new bike tours join several Core Culture cultural walking tours, including the following May events: Spaces, Faces, Places/Saturday 9 a.m. The Spaces, Faces, Places series rotates monthly through three separate guided tours introducing the historic… Continue Reading City bike tours now part of Core Culture series

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Responders to practice casualty exercise at airport

Residents may see smoke and several emergency vehicles near the Colorado Springs Airport Thursday as the Colorado Springs Airport and Office of Emergency Management conduct a mass casualty response exercise. Airport operations will not be affected by the exercise. The exercise will allow personnel from all participating organizations to test their procedures in response to… Continue Reading Responders to practice casualty exercise at airport

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St. Francis 
awarded an A in hospital safety

Designed to rate how well hospitals protect patients from accidents, errors, injuries and infections, the latest Hospital Safety Score honored St. Francis Medical Center with an A — its top grade in patient safety. The Hospital Safety Score is compiled under the guidance of the nation’s leading experts on patient safety and is administered by… Continue Reading St. Francis 
awarded an A in hospital safety

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Peak Vista, Plains Medical Center complete merger

Peak Vista Community Health Centers has finalized a merger with Plains Medical Center (PMC), a fellow community health center that serves the east central region of Colorado. Peak Vista and PMC announced the merger in early December. “There are many complicated details involved in merging two effective organizations,” said Pam McManus, Peak Vista’s president and… Continue Reading Peak Vista, Plains Medical Center complete merger

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Wellness the goal of Centura, YMCA with collaboration

The second curve is the future — and the future is now. Centura Health’s first Colorado Health Neighborhood in El Paso County is slated to open this fall on Jackson Creek Parkway in Monument and, according to Penrose-St. Francis Health Services senior vice president Jamie Smith, it is a model that could pave the way… Continue Reading Wellness the goal of Centura, YMCA with collaboration

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PPLD Executive Director Miller accepts new position

Paula J. Miller, Pikes Peak Library District (PPLD) executive director, will be leaving El Paso County’s library system to lead the Baltimore County Public Library System in Baltimore, Md., late this summer. Miller assumed the role of executive director for PPLD in 2006. She leaves behind an award-winning district poised to transform library service with… Continue Reading PPLD Executive Director Miller accepts new position

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After the Flames: Builders bustling in Black Forest

Lucky is an aptly named Betta fish. He was rescued from a high school lab by Moriah Nelson, so she bestowed him his moniker. Moriah was home alone last June, her father Steve away on a fishing trip, her mother Stacie in Colorado Springs, miles from their Black Forest home. Stacie, seeing on the news… Continue Reading After the Flames: Builders bustling in Black Forest

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Discover Goodwill’s annual dinner celebrates jobs and ‘stuff’

Nearly 800 Discover Goodwill annual dinner attendees filled The Broadmoor’s International Center April 24 to celebrate Goodwill’s supporting businesses, community partners and program participants, and to learn about “stuff.” The “stuff” in reference aligned with the evening’s theme: “Donate Stuff … Create Jobs.” Discover Goodwill President and CEO Karla Grazier and Board Chair Chris Odell… Continue Reading Discover Goodwill’s annual dinner celebrates jobs and ‘stuff’

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Nelson brings strong background to role

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Nelson brings strong background to role

Willliam D. Nelson already has his next career picked out. The partner at Lewis Roca Rothberger law firm’s Colorado Springs office said without hesitation, if he weren’t an attorney, he would open a landscaping and nursery business. “I wouldn’t have to wear a tie, and I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t have to shave,” he said.… Continue Reading Nelson brings strong background to role

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