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A group of advisors and space program experts gathered Tuesday to discuss legislation and policy flowing from the nation’s capital during the Space Symposium’s “A View from Washington” panel at The Broadmoor. Much of the discussion surrounded the future of commercial space programs, including private-sector satellites and rockets used to transport cargo, as well as… Continue Reading Panel: Private sector has solid position in space enterprises

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Winery, cafe add to class in Monument

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Winery, cafe add to class in Monument

MONUMENT — Catherine and Woody Woodworth have reinvented themselves on several occasions. Their passions, however, remain unchanged. The proprietors of Catriona Cellars, a new winery and café opening this weekend in downtown Monument, are bringing their love for carefully crafted wine and small plates of good food to an area that could one day be… Continue Reading Winery, cafe add to class in Monument

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State of golf in the rough, near and far

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State of golf in the rough, near and far

Jack Nicklaus once said, “Golf is not, and never has been, a fair game.” Those who have owned or operated a golf course know this better than anyone.  The northern portions of El Paso County have seen the comings and goings of several courses over a relatively short period of time. Monument Hill Country Club… Continue Reading State of golf in the rough, near and far

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Peak Vista’s new health center at Fountain will open for patients May 30. The 14,000-square-foot facility, located at 350 Lyckman Drive, will replace Peak Vista’s longtime location in the Lorraine Center. The new, state-of-the-art health center will provide greatly expanded family primary care medical and dental services, behavioral health services, care coordination and enrollment services.… Continue Reading Peak Community Health Centers moves to new Fountain location

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‘Philantrepeneur’ to receive honorary degree

The University of Colorado Board of Regents will present an honorary doctorate of humane letters to Colorado Springs businessperson and philanthropist Lyda Hill at the spring 2014 UCCS commencement. Ceremonies are scheduled for 11:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Friday at the Broadmoor World Arena, 3185 Venetucci Boulevard. It is the 40th UCCS spring commencement ceremony. The… Continue Reading ‘Philantrepeneur’ to receive honorary degree

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To show its appreciation to the greater Colorado Springs first-responder community, the members of The Hundred Club of Colorado Springs convened their annual meeting Tuesday to recognize three officers from the Colorado Springs Fire Department, Colorado Springs Police Department and El Paso County Sheriff’s Office. This year’s event took place at the Penrose House Pavilion and… Continue Reading The One Hundred Club honors three first responders

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Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS) will be hosting a Stand Down for Homeless Veterans in the Colorado Springs area Wednesday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m at the Colorado Springs City Auditorium, 221 E Kiowa St. The Stand Down, — funded by the U.S. Department of Labor — focuses specifically on connecting homeless veterans to resources and… Continue Reading Employment-focused Stand Down for Homeless Veterans in Colorado Springs

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City celebrates reopening of sports complex

The City of Colorado Springs is celebrating the grand reopening of the Skyview Sports Complex at 10 a.m. Saturday. The complex is located at 2890 Resnick Drive. Mayor Steve Bach will open the ceremony, which will include remarks from Karen Palus, director of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services; Cheryl McCullough, senior sales manager with the… Continue Reading City celebrates reopening of sports complex

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Millennials balance uncertainty, awareness

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They rival Baby Boomers in numbers at 80 million strong. The lucky ones have received or are in the process of obtaining a college education, and have found or will find their place among the professional workforce. Some have learned hard lessons from the generations preceding them, view “debt” as one of the worst four-letter… Continue Reading Millennials balance uncertainty, awareness

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‘Skyfall’ exercise aimed to push systems to limits

Forty-six agencies from in and around the Colorado Springs area took part in the community-wide “Skyfall’’ exercise May 9, which simulated a plane crash with mass casualties. The exercise, which began at the Colorado Springs Airport, tested emergency procedures for city responders, including the Colorado Springs police and fire departments, as well as the Memorial… Continue Reading ‘Skyfall’ exercise aimed to push systems to limits

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