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Two teams reach state Go Code finals

Two teams reach state Go Code finals

After a weekend-long scramble to develop apps that serve the state’s business community, two Colorado Springs teams were chosen to represent the region in this year’s Go Code Colorado challenge. The second annual app-development event kicked off April 8 at the Denver Art Museum and was followed by “Challenge Weekend.” Beginning Friday evening, competitors in… Continue Reading Two teams reach state Go Code finals

Space Symposium: Monster event just keeps growing

Since its humble beginnings in the 1980s as a small trade show in Colorado Springs, the annual Space Symposium has grown to become the world’s largest and most renowned space industry event. Last year’s 30th annual Space Symposium drew more than 9,000 people, up from 250 at its inception, and organizers expect next week’s event… Continue Reading Space Symposium: Monster event just keeps growing

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Downtown housing: Two projects on track, others on hold

On April 4, 2014, the Business Journal published a story on the state of downtown multi-family housing that touched on local developers who then planned to break ground on projects in the coming year. Exactly 12 months later, only two of those proposed developments are under construction, while a handful more — for one reason… Continue Reading Downtown housing: Two projects on track, others on hold

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CTU names Springs businessman as regional VP and chancellor

Colorado Technical University has named William Anderson Cain regional vice president and chancellor of its Colorado Springs and Denver campuses, the school announced Thursday. In addition to overseeing the school’s Colorado campuses, Cain will serve on the Executive Leadership Team with other university administrators, reporting to system President Andrew Hurst. Cain is a Vietnam-era veteran… Continue Reading CTU names Springs businessman as regional VP and chancellor

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A Colorado Springs business owner was indicted by a federal grand jury March 26 on charges of filing false income tax returns and evading reporting requirements. The office of Colorado U.S. Attorney John Walsh and IRS Special Agent Steven Osborne announced in Wednesday that Lisabeth Melahn, 53, of Colorado Springs, is scheduled to appear before a… Continue Reading Springs business owner indicted for tax fraud

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Report: Child poverty rate drops

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The percentage of Colorado children living in poverty decreased in 2013 for the first time since the economic downturn in 2008, but minorities and children living in rural areas of the state continue to face high rates of poverty, according to the 2015 Colorado Kids Count report. The report, compiled annually by the nonprofit Colorado… Continue Reading Report: Child poverty rate drops

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Manitou’s second recreational marijuana shop opens

Emerald Fields opened at 8 a.m. Wednesday, April 1, in the former home of Wild Ginger Thai on Manitou Avenue, becoming the second recreational marijuana dispensary to open in Manitou Springs. A small crew worked on final flourishes to the building’s newly painted exterior while more than 20 employees welcomed a gradual stream of customers to the… Continue Reading Manitou’s second recreational marijuana shop opens

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Ent to receive naming rights for UCCS arts venue

Ent Federal Credit Union will sign a 15-year marketing and operating agreement with the University of Colorado Colorado Springs today that will include naming rights for the school’s soon-to-be constructed visual and performing arts center, according to a UCCS news release. The agreement, which UCCS Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak and Ent CEO Randy Bernstein will sign on campus at… Continue Reading Ent to receive naming rights for UCCS arts venue

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The University of Colorado Boulder’s Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology and Entrepreneurship this fall will pilot a new Entrepreneurs In Residence program to bring mentorship to students and allow entrepreneurs domestically and from around the world to be part of Colorado’s vibrant startup community. The program joins an array of established startup resources at… Continue Reading UC Boulder to attract entrepreneurs through new program

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The development director of the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum will step down from his position at the organization April 3, according to a Wednesday news release. Paul Gesterling, who has been with the museum since 2012 and has helped the organization transition to focus more on public-private partnerships and nonprofit fundraising activities, is leaving to… Continue Reading Development director of Pioneers Museum to step down

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