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One of the top mountain runs in the west, the Barr Trail Mountain Race, will merge with the Triple Crown of Running in 2015. According to a news release issued by Pikes Peak Marathon, Inc., “the agreement will provide long term financial stability and proven race operations support for the BTMR,” which is set to run… Continue Reading Triple Crown of Running adopts Barr Trail Mountain Race

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Cadet death under investigation

The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is investigating the death of an Air Force Academy cadet who died April 2. Cadet 1st Class Alexandre Quiros, 21, assigned to Cadet Squadron 31, from Colorado Springs, was found with injuries in his dormitory room and pronounced dead at the scene at 3:43 p.m. The cause of… Continue Reading Cadet death under investigation

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Centura partners with Front Range Orthopaedics

Penrose-St. Francis Health Services entered into its fourth Professional Services Agreement last week after inking a deal with Front Range Orthopaedics. The agreement was effective April 1 and the terms of the PSA included the purchase of Front Range Orthopaedics’ assets by Centura Health. Those assets, as determined by an out-of-state third-party assessor, came in… Continue Reading Centura partners with Front Range Orthopaedics

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Local manufacturer celebrates 35 years

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Local manufacturer celebrates 35 years

Concepts in Millwork started operations in Colorado Springs with three employees 35 years ago last Wednesday. Today the commercial millwork company employs 80. Concepts in Millwork CEO Bob Silcott began a counter-top manufacturing business in his hometown of Denver decades ago. He sold the business in 1980 and, as part of a non-compete clause, set… Continue Reading Local manufacturer celebrates 35 years

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Manufacturing, education form ties

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Manufacturing, education form ties

Just south of the intersection of Astrozon and South Powers boulevards, the James Irwin Charter Schools operate under the oversight of Harrison School District 2. The K-12 campus prepares the workforce of tomorrow within blocks of many of the city’s most promising career opportunities in manufacturing. Springs Fabrication, dpiX, Concepts in Millwork and Advanced Equipment… Continue Reading Manufacturing, education form ties

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Pro Challenge announces poster contest

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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

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Clinic’s laser means tattoos less permanent

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Clinic’s laser means tattoos less permanent

If the only thing you have to remember Spring Break ’98 is that tattoo of Yosemite Sam brandishing two bottles of tequila on your — ahem … Have hope! There’s a PicoSure in town. Those who didn’t just get the T-shirt aren’t alone — the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery reported 96,000 tattoo removal procedures… Continue Reading Clinic’s laser means tattoos less permanent

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Center could ease local physician shortage

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Center could ease local physician shortage

El Paso County has a primary care physician shortage, according to a 2014 study by the Colorado Health Institute entitled “Colorado’s Primary Care Workforce: A Study of Regional Disparities.” The report finds the county has no more than one primary care physician for every 2,501 residents, earning it a “low capacity” rating, the study’s second-lowest… Continue Reading Center could ease local physician shortage

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Navy retiree brings franchise, fitness home

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Navy retiree brings franchise, fitness home

John Suazo says The Exercise Coach “won’t turn Baby Boomers into bodybuilders.” And that’s OK. “There are a lot of [fitness] franchises out there, but they all seem to have the same flavor,” Suazo said, explaining the trend lately has been hardcore fitness regimens such as CrossFit, where avid athletes indirectly (and sometimes directly) compete… Continue Reading Navy retiree brings franchise, fitness home

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Colorado Dermatology Institute begines residency program

The Colorado Dermatology Institute in Colorado Springs is adding a dermatology residency program, the first of its kind in Southern Colorado. It is the second dermatology residency program available in the state, according to a news release distributed by the institute. The program will help to “develop the next generation of dermatologists trained in state-of-the-art treatments… Continue Reading Colorado Dermatology Institute begines residency program

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