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Bourbon Brothers leads Copper Ridge’s growth

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Bourbon Brothers leads Copper Ridge’s growth

As Copper Ridge at Northgate on the city’s upper edge welcomes the opening of its second business, its developer says much more is in store for 2014. Bourbon Brothers Southern Kitchen, a full-service restaurant offering homestyle cuisine and more than 115 different kinds of bourbon, opened its flagship restaurant Monday at Copper Ridge. The 9,000-square-foot,… Continue Reading Bourbon Brothers leads Copper Ridge’s growth

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UCCS, Northrop Grumman forge partnership

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UCCS, Northrop Grumman forge partnership

International security company Northrop Grumman Corp., a leading contractor in Colorado’s aerospace and defense industry, has named UCCS as one of the company’s Core University Partners. The fellowship of the two Colorado Springs mainstays, announced Tuesday during an event at UCCS, is a strategy to bolster the region’s workforce and an investment in the future… Continue Reading UCCS, Northrop Grumman forge partnership

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Attorney General: $23 million for housing relief

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Attorney General: $23 million for housing relief

Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced Wednesday that $23 million of the state’s National Mortgage Settlement funds will be used to support affordable housing programs for residents seeking relocation. The funds, which are a portion of the $51.2 million in state settlement funds, will  be used primarily to aid those living in the areas directly… Continue Reading Attorney General: $23 million for housing relief

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Center for Nonprofit Excellence to move in March

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After nearly 1o years stationed in the Pikes Peak United Way building on North Nevada Avenue, the Colorado Springs-based Center for Nonprofit Excellence has found a new home. The Center announced in a news release Friday that it will move its offices to 723 N. Weber St., just three blocks from its current location at… Continue Reading Center for Nonprofit Excellence to move in March

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Economic Forum names new director

The Southern Colorado Economic Forum confirmed Friday that it has hired a new director to start this summer, relieving current directors Fred Crowley and Tom Zwirlein. Tatiana Bailey, who now works as an instructor at the University of Michigan and Walsh College, will become the Forum’s new director on June 15, the Forum announced in… Continue Reading Economic Forum names new director

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Blue skies ahead: Fort Carson benefits from revived funding, a sign of its stature

While President Barack Obama was signing a $1.1 trillion appropriations act into law last week, Colorado Springs’ reassured Army outpost was looking at a hefty check it is waiting to cash. Of the $487 billion that the legislation set aside for the Department of Defense’s fiscal year 2014 budget, $9.8 billion will fund military construction… Continue Reading Blue skies ahead: Fort Carson benefits from revived funding, a sign of its stature

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New defense funding sets Piñon Canyon limits

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The National Defense Authorization Act, which was signed into law in late December by President Barack Obama, includes language that would ensure the protection of land surrounding Fort Carson’s primary remote test site. An amendment to the act that was introduced by U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colorado, and U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner, R-Yuma, now requires… Continue Reading New defense funding sets Piñon Canyon limits

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Walmart charity awards $321K to Springs nonprofits

The Walmart Foundation’s Colorado State Giving Program has awarded $321,000 to eight nonprofits across the state, including three in Colorado Springs. Grant recipients include Colorado nonprofits that help fund and provide education, economic empowerment, nutrition and relief to residents in need, according to the Jan. 22 news release. “When businesses take their responsibility to the… Continue Reading Walmart charity awards $321K to Springs nonprofits

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Forecast predicts growth for foodservice industry

Total restaurant sales in Colorado are expected to rise in 2014, exceeding $9.8 billion by year’s end, according to a recent forecast by the National Restaurant Association. The Association’s 2014 Restaurant Industry Forecast found that total restaurant sales in the state are expected to increase from $9.4 billion in 2013, a 4-percent rise, and will… Continue Reading Forecast predicts growth for foodservice industry

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Sanders has ambitious plans for 2014

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Sanders has ambitious plans for 2014

More than a year after Colorado Springs businessman Perry Sanders announced plans to spread his New Orleans-themed brand throughout local, regional and national markets, he says it’s all coming together. Sanders, owner of The Mining Exchange – A Wyndham Grand Hotel and adjacent Springs Orleans restaurant, said that he is working on two downtown renovation… Continue Reading Sanders has ambitious plans for 2014

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