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Academy cadet killed in skiing accident

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The U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs announced Monday that one of its cadets has died from injuries sustained in a skiing accident. Cadet 4th Class John Lindsey was pronounced dead Saturday at the scene of the accident at Summit County’s Keystone Resort, according to an Academy news release. Summit County Coroner determined the cause… Continue Reading Academy cadet killed in skiing accident

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Colorado Springs Mayor Steve Bach announced the five winners of his Mayor’s Young Leader Awards Wednesday afternoon during an event at the Pinery on the Hill, recognizing successful entrepreneurs, educators and nonprofit leaders. One winner was chosen for each of five categories — future industries, innovation in education, creative industry, innovation in sports and wellness,… Continue Reading Bach honors five Young Leaders from across the community

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Colorado Springs Mayor Steve Bach announced the five winners of his Mayor’s Young Leader Awards Wednesday evening during an event at the Pinery on the Hill, recognizing successful entrepreneurs, educators and nonprofit leaders. One winner was chosen for each of five categories — future industries, innovation in education, creative industry, innovation in sports and wellness, and… Continue Reading Mayor awards Colorado Springs ‘young leaders’

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Economy up, college enrollments down

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Economy up, college enrollments down

Higher education enrollment rates in the U.S. continued to trend downward for the third consecutive year in fall 2014, according to recent reports, and experts are pointing to an improved economy as the culprit. A report published last month by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center illustrated the nuances of the estimated 1.3 percent decline… Continue Reading Economy up, college enrollments down

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Rutledge’s adding to The Broadmoor

The oldest clothing retailer in downtown Colorado Springs has plans to open a second location at The Broadmoor this spring, according to its owner. Rutledge’s, a clothier with a 48-year history on Tejon Street, will replace the Broadmoor Haberdashery this April with its own brand of class, according to owner Jerry Rutledge. Though an official… Continue Reading Rutledge’s adding to The Broadmoor

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Mayor to honor city’s young leaders

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Mayor to honor city’s young leaders

The City of Colorado Springs has announced the nominees for its inaugural Mayor’s Young Leader Awards, five of whom will be honored during an event Wednesday. One person will be chosen in each of the five award categories — future industries, economic impact, creative industry, innovation in education and innovation in sports and wellness. Winners will… Continue Reading Mayor to honor city’s young leaders

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Broadmoor receives AAA 5-Diamond Award

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Broadmoor receives AAA 5-Diamond Award

The American Automobile Association has for the 39th consecutive year recognized The Broadmoor with a Five-Diamond Award for Excellence, becoming the only hotel to receive the designation every year since its inception. “We are both humbled and proud to receive the prestigious AAA Five Diamond award for a record 39 consecutive years,” Broadmoor Vice President/Managing Director… Continue Reading Broadmoor receives AAA 5-Diamond Award

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Makepeace hosts series of roundtable talks

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Makepeace hosts series of roundtable talks

Colorado Springs mayoral candidate Mary Lou Makepeace will host a roundtable discussion Jan. 20 at The Loft at Sonterra Grill on Tejon Street. The event will be the first in a series of five for the former Colorado Springs Mayor, and is scheduled for 10-11 a.m. at 28B S. Tejon St. “The roundtables are being… Continue Reading Makepeace hosts series of roundtable talks

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Pride Center closes after 37 years, Pride Fest under new management

The nonprofit Colorado Springs Pride announced Monday morning it dissolved its Pride Center after 37 years of LGBT support. The organization’s board of directors decided last week to close the Pride Center at 401 S. Tejon St. due to “unretired debt from years past, as well as management issues,” according to a news release. “The decision… Continue Reading Pride Center closes after 37 years, Pride Fest under new management

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KS Technologies follows steady growth pattern

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KS Technologies follows steady growth pattern

In a world saturated with mobile apps and Bluetooth devices, one local company is faring well and planning for a busy year amid the rapidly evolving market. KS Technologies, a 12-year-old firm located on Vindicator Drive, “engineer[s] hardware accessories and the apps that power them,” according to its website. President (or Ship’s Captain, as he… Continue Reading KS Technologies follows steady growth pattern

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