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UCCS partners with Colorado Rapids

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Students with a passion for soccer will be able to pursue a business degree with an emphasis in soccer management at the UCCS College of Business beginning this fall. Students in the program will gain hands-on experience through professional practicums with the Colorado Rapids organization, according to a news release. Soccer management will be housed within… Continue Reading UCCS partners with Colorado Rapids

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A panel of accounting and tax policy experts will discuss the U.S. tax code and changes that could create jobs and improve U.S. competition in the global marketplace at a March 11 program at UCCS. From noon to 2 p.m. at the school’s Upper Lodge, five experts, including southern Colorado native and UCCS alum Michael Fryt,… Continue Reading Experts to gather at UCCS to discuss corporate tax reform

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Goodwill looks to make 2015 green

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Goodwill looks to make 2015 green

Following major expansion and consolidation that began in 2014 and spilled into the new year, Discover Goodwill of Southern and Western Colorado has all pieces in place to make 2015 exceptionally green. “As an organization, it’s one of our key operational objectives this year,” said Discover Goodwill Spokesperson Bradd Hafer. “All of our divisions and… Continue Reading Goodwill looks to make 2015 green

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Airstrip Attack returns to airport for second year

The Pikes Peak Airstrip Attack at the Colorado Springs Airport will return this summer. Shift-S3ctor and Revvolution, in conjunction with the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation and  The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, announced this week that the second running of the event will take place June 26 and 27 as part of Pikes Peak… Continue Reading Airstrip Attack returns to airport for second year

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City Hall is in the ‘loop’

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Colorado Springs City Hall is the first city office where residents can use the Hearing Loop system. This technology provides better hearing access for citizens with hearing loss. The system will be accessible beginning March 9 during the City Council work session. The system, a hearing aid compatible loop, magnetically transmits sound to hearing aids and… Continue Reading City Hall is in the ‘loop’

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Options abound for life insurance consumers

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Options abound for life insurance consumers

While considering any type of insurance, weighing risks is a large part of determining which policies to pursue. For health insurance, one would consider overall health and age as risk factors. The healthier and younger one is, typically the less likely an expensive policy is needed. Prior to obtaining auto insurance, a consumer would consider… Continue Reading Options abound for life insurance consumers

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Mountain Chalet under new ownership

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Mountain Chalet under new ownership

Mountain Chalet, the mountaineering shop located across from Acacia Park in downtown Colorado Springs, is under new ownership. Dan and Marilyn Foster, the store’s proprietors for 34 years, handed over the keys March 2 to new owners, Jim and Elaine Smith, who, according to a news release, “share the Fosters’ passion for the outdoors and… Continue Reading Mountain Chalet under new ownership

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Mountain Moppets: Young at heart for 30 years

Her husband is a cop. Her mom was a cop. It seemed only natural then that Stacy Thomson would become … a boutique owner? Stacy and her husband Vern have owned and operated Mountain Moppets in Old Colorado City for five years. They are the third proprietors of the children’s clothing, accessories and toy store… Continue Reading Mountain Moppets: Young at heart for 30 years

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UCCS HealthCircle now seeing Kaiser Permanente members

Kaiser Permanente Southern Colorado members 18 and older are now able to access primary care services at the UCCS HealthCircle housed within the Lane Center for Academic Health Sciences, located at 4863 N. Nevada Ave. This partnership between Kaiser Permanente and UCCS is designed to provide greater access to convenient health care for university employees with… Continue Reading UCCS HealthCircle now seeing Kaiser Permanente members

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The Colorado Department of Transportation announced Thursday the apparent successful proposing team of Kraemer North America, LLC and Tsiouvaras Simmons Holderness to reconstruct the Interstate 25/Cimarron Street interchange. “At $116.1 million, this will be the second largest highway construction project in the Pikes Peak region since COSMIX — the reconstruction of I-25, was completed in… Continue Reading CDOT selects I-25/Cimarron design-build contractor team

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