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Exelis completes spin-off of Vectrus company

Defense contractor Exelis Inc. officially completed a spin-off at midnight Friday of its mission systems division, creating a company it claims will be the most profitable publicly traded business in Colorado Springs. The Colorado Springs-based spin-off became Vectrus Inc. — a combination of the words “vector” and “trust” — at 12:01 a.m. Saturday and hit the… Continue Reading Exelis completes spin-off of Vectrus company

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Broadmoor names new sales, marketing VP

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Broadmoor names new sales, marketing VP

Executives at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs have announced the appointment of a new vice president of marketing and sales. Jack Damioli, the hotel’s vice president and managing director, said in a news release Friday that Jeff Johnson will oversee sales and marketing for The Broadmoor, as well as Ranch at Emerald Valley, Cloud Camp,… Continue Reading Broadmoor names new sales, marketing VP

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A major Colorado Springs real estate development firm in partnership with a local nonprofit announced Friday plans to convert a portion of the former Gazette newspaper building into a year-round public market. Nor’wood Development Group and the Colorado Springs Public Market Project announced their plans for the eastside property at 30 S. Prospect St. Friday during a… Continue Reading Former Gazette building to house public market

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Selling the  Springs: Entities join to market city below America’s Mountain

The Pikes Peak region has its own, built-in marketing strategy — America’s Mountain — but even the most relevant metros must strive to stay that way. “We capitalize on what our assets are,” said Ryan Cole, executive director of Pikes Peak Country Attractions. “Pikes Peak is one of the many great assets that we have.”… Continue Reading Selling the Springs: Entities join to market city below America’s Mountain

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Former Marine’s book unveils Special Ops

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Former Marine’s book unveils Special Ops

After five deployments in the Middle East, former U.S. Marine Special Operations Staff Sgt. Michael Golembesky was left with stories all too common in a world ravaged by war. Always a creative person, he soon began work on what would become “Level Zero Heroes,” the first book in a series focusing on his work as… Continue Reading Former Marine’s book unveils Special Ops

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Report: Springs ninth most-educated city in U.S.

In its 2014 Most and Least Educated Cities report, financial social network Wallet Hub found Colorado Springs to be the country’s eighth most-educated city. The study ranked the city’s education level at ninth and ranked 31 in quality of education, according to the report. Colorado Springs was also found by the study to have America’s fourth-highest percentage… Continue Reading Report: Springs ninth most-educated city in U.S.

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Corinthian Colleges issue company-wide furlough

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In an attempt to address the cash-flow concerns of Corinthian Colleges Inc., company executives told its employees last week that a furlough would be required from Sept. 14-21, according to a confidential email sent to employees of the for-profit college system. The furlough will affect all employees except faculty members, according to the email sent… Continue Reading Corinthian Colleges issue company-wide furlough

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Residents: We’re unincorporated for a reason

Throughout the years, once-unincorporated areas in Colorado have chosen for different reasons to go legitimate and incorporate themselves — but some still have resisted. Among those communities that have chosen time and time again to remain under the jurisdiction of El Paso County are Falcon, just northeast of Colorado Springs, and Security-Widefield, between Colorado Springs… Continue Reading Residents: We’re unincorporated for a reason

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Meadow Muffins sold, may lose name

After three decades as one of Old Colorado City’s most familiar neighborhood bars, Meadow Muffins has been sold to new owners who plan to reconceive it and may not carry on under the same moniker. Todd Delahanty, who purchased Meadow Muffins at 2432 W. Colorado Ave. in 2004, finalized the sale of the bar/restaurant last… Continue Reading Meadow Muffins sold, may lose name

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The City of Colorado Springs announced Thursday morning it has been made aware of a pattern of scam phone calls being placed to residents. The calls claim to be from the city’s sales tax office and that residents are at risk of arrest or indictment for tax evasion if a payment is not immediately made,… Continue Reading City: Beware of scam phone calls

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