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State housing price index dips slightly since August

The U.S. housing price index rose .2 percent overall from $231,000 in August to September’s rate of $232,000, according to a report by Lender Processing Services Inc. That national number saw a 9 percent swell from the $212,000 HPI rate that LPS marked the same time last year but a 14.1 percent decrease from its… Continue Reading State housing price index dips slightly since August

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DIYs gain another startup option, with advice

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A young Colorado Springs attorney has created a useful tool for do-it-yourselfers in the process of starting up their own small businesses. Michael Smith, 35, works in business and estate planning by day and on RockyMountainStartup.com by night. The website, which Smith launched in early October, provides legal advice and services pertaining to LLCs and… Continue Reading DIYs gain another startup option, with advice

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Higher-ed leaders zero in on local needs

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As the Colorado Springs community looks to strengthen its regional economy, local higher education leaders work to align their institutions with progress to create an effective workforce. This is among the topics that will be discussed at the Colorado Springs Business Journal’s final Power Lunch of 2013, scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, at… Continue Reading Higher-ed leaders zero in on local needs

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SBA opens Web portal for award nominations

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SBA opens Web portal for award nominations

The U.S. Small Business Administration is now accepting nominations through an online portal for its annual National Small Business Week Awards. The SBA announced Friday in a news release that they will accept 2014 nominations — including annual Small Business Person of the Year award — through Jan. 17. This is the second consecutive year that the… Continue Reading SBA opens Web portal for award nominations

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Pikes Peak Region maintains par for air quality

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Pikes Peak Region maintains par for air quality

The Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments published a report indicating that the region’s air quality meets current standards in every category. “The report shows the area meets air quality standards for the six common air quality pollutants, known as criteria pollutants,” said Environmental Program Manager Rich Muzzy in a PPACG news release Wednesday. The… Continue Reading Pikes Peak Region maintains par for air quality

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Copper Ridge building steam as Bass Pro finally opens its doors

After nearly two years of anticipation, it’s finally here. Outdoor retailer Bass Pro Shops opened its 62nd location to much fanfare Wednesday at the Copper Ridge at Northgate development in north Colorado Springs. At the 6 p.m. grand opening of the state’s second Outdoor World, notable figures including company founder Johnny Morris, Duck Dynasty star… Continue Reading Copper Ridge building steam as Bass Pro finally opens its doors

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MAVEN craft sends CU-Boulder work to space

NASA ’s Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution spacecraft, on which students and researchers from the University of Colorado at Boulder worked, was launched Monday from Cape Canaveral in Florida. “MAVEN’s principal investigator is based at [CU-Boulder’s Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics],” according to a NASA news release. “The university provided science instruments and leads… Continue Reading MAVEN craft sends CU-Boulder work to space

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Springs, Denver make ‘most livable’ list

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Those looking to leave college life behind — whether via graduation or frustrated abandonment — may be interested in parentless places where they can live on the cheap while slaving to repay student loans. Well, now there’s a list for that. Vocativ.com just posted its own Livability Index, which the company calls a “semi-exhaustive, mostly… Continue Reading Springs, Denver make ‘most livable’ list

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As a young, single and freshly transplanted Coloradan, I’m no stranger to the woes of apartment hunting — as well as the dread of paying subsequent rent and utility bills. The Apartment Association of Southern Colorado released earlier this month its third-quarter “Colorado Springs Metro Area Apartment Vacancy and Rent Study,” which noted that our… Continue Reading Rent up, no vacancy: Young folks just want to move downtown

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Local rodeo moves on after split with PRCA

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Local rodeo moves on after split with PRCA

One year away from a historic anniversary, the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo parted ways with the Springs-based Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association late last month, leading to each organization providing separate explanations for the fracture. As a result, the 2014 Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo will be the first in its 74-year history not to… Continue Reading Local rodeo moves on after split with PRCA

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