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Balloon rally has a name

Hot Apple Productions, in affiliation with Rainbow Ryders Hot Air Balloon Ride Co., has launched a website for the Colorado Springs Labor Day Lift Off hot air balloon rally — coloradospringslabordayliftoff.com. The name, Colorado Springs Labor Day Liftoff, was selected after a citywide contest, which was won by Stacey Wallick Rawlins. For submitting the winning… Continue Reading Balloon rally has a name

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New camera could change real estate industry

Have you ever wanted to buy a house, but didn’t want to get off the couch? While lenders and real estate brokers may request such transactions be done in person, those in the market for a new home can at least tour potential abodes — without getting off the couch. Conceived in Silicon Valley in… Continue Reading New camera could change real estate industry

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Locally owned franchise stores stuff in a ‘zip’

Bob Cone can barely contain his excitement. Cone, owner of Colorado Springs’ first Zippy Shell mobile storage franchise, opened his business less than a year ago, following a career in the aerospace and defense industry.    “The aerospace sector is a cyclical industry,” he said. “If there’s a war, defense is great. If not and… Continue Reading Locally owned franchise stores stuff in a ‘zip’

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Hannigan now consulting at Magneti

Michael Hannigan’s retirement didn’t last long. The former CEO of the Pikes Peak Community Foundation has signed on as a consultant with Magneti, a full-service marketing firm with offices in Colorado Springs and Washington, D.C. Hannigan, who brings nearly 40 years’ experience in nonprofit leadership to the organization, is a nonprofit veteran and graduate of… Continue Reading Hannigan now consulting at Magneti

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Hockey tournament has heavy economic impact

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Hockey tournament has heavy economic impact

Lace up your skates! Today through Monday, Colorado Springs will welcome throngs of young hockey players and their families, as the city plays host to the 38th Annual Colorado Springs Amateur Hockey Association Presidents’ Day Hockey Tournament, one of the largest tournaments in North America. According to information provided by the Colorado Springs Convention &… Continue Reading Hockey tournament has heavy economic impact

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Nevada aerospace firm to add thousands of jobs in Springs

Bolstered by crucial local and state economic development incentives, Sierra Completions, a subsidiary of Sierra Nevada Corporation, stands one step closer in their plans to build its proposed high-end aircraft completions complex at the Colorado Aerospace Park at the Colorado Springs Airport, according to a news release issued Thursday by the company. “The overall incentives were… Continue Reading Nevada aerospace firm to add thousands of jobs in Springs

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The Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado announced two upcoming data destruction days. The community events are designed to ensure private information is secure after used computer components are destroyed. The bureau is teaming up with local BBB-accredited businesses, BlueStar Recyclers and FOX News Channel 21 for both initiatives, which are sponsored by Navakai. Monitors and… Continue Reading BBB of Southern Colorado announces data destruction events

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Applications now accepted for Peak Vista’s nurse primary care fellowship

Peak Vista Community Health Centers is now accepting applications through midnight March 31 for the first cohort of fellows in its 12-month Advanced Practice Registered Nurse primary care fellowship, slated to begin September 2015. “I believe Advanced Practice Nurse fellowships will soon become the norm for these graduating professionals,” said Michael Welch, D.O., Peak Vista’s chief… Continue Reading Applications now accepted for Peak Vista’s nurse primary care fellowship

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Lane Center provides care, peace of mind

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Lane Center provides care, peace of mind

One’s physical and mental health are inseparable. That, according to Mike Kenny, a clinical psychologist and director of the Aging Center located in the University of Colorado Colorado Springs campus’ Lane Center for Academic Health Sciences. Kenny said the two become more intertwined as we age, but often support systems exist only for the physical… Continue Reading Lane Center provides care, peace of mind

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Sky Sox, Domino’s announce third year of charity

The Colorado Springs Sky Sox announced they will once again be partnering with Domino’s Pizza to showcase local charities. The joint venture, named “Charity Spotlight,” is designed to help charities in the Colorado Springs area. “In the current economic environment, many charities are working harder than ever to meet budgets to support the ever increasing demand… Continue Reading Sky Sox, Domino’s announce third year of charity

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