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Economist: Approve stormwater vote

Economist: Approve stormwater vote

Tom Zwirlein, professor of finance at UCCS, took advantage of being on center stage at the 18th Annual Southern Colorado Economic Forum Oct. 10 to proclaim his opinion on the stormwater issue. The Colorado Springs community must “start coming together and maybe stop a little bit of the infighting” to solve the regional stormwater problems,… Continue Reading Economist: Approve stormwater vote

There’s good news and bad news with the Colorado Springs economy, according to Dr. Tatiana Bailey, the incoming director of the Southern Colorado Economic Forum, which took place Oct. 10 at the Antlers Hilton. Bailey and her colleague, UCCS professor Tom Zwirlein, spoke to about 500 persons attending the Forum. After 18 years with Zwirlein… Continue Reading Forum highlights highs, lows of economy

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Governor debate to stream live

The fifth debate between Colorado governor candidates, Gov. John Hickenlooper and Bob Beauprez, tonight, Oct. 15, at the Gallogly Events Center on the University of Colorado Colorado Springs campus, will be streamed live on pbs.org/newshour/rundown/colorado-governors-debate/. The debate begins at 7:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Attendees must have tickets. The tickets are… Continue Reading Governor debate to stream live

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After Hours at Springs Orleans Thursday

The Business Chamber of Southern Colorado will have its After Hours with the Chamber event Thursday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Springs Orleans, 123 E. Pikes Peak Ave. Entrepreneur and author Barry Farah will speak. First-time guests are free, members will pay $10 and nonmembers pay $15. The chamber is also having its fall educational event,… Continue Reading After Hours at Springs Orleans Thursday

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Computer antidote: Complete PC Support

Tucked into a small space in an office strip mall off North Powers Boulevard is a tiny computer repair shop, Compete PC Support. Its physical space defines small business. Its owner, Harvard graduate Vince Johnson, wants to keep the space small to maintain low overhead and keep prices lower for his customers. Large technology stores… Continue Reading Computer antidote: Complete PC Support

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One in six children in El Paso County lives in poverty, according to the U.S. Census, and Colorado has one of the fastest-growing poverty rates in the country. In 1965, President Lyndon Johnson launched Project Head Start, and 100,000 children were enrolled throughout the U.S. In Colorado Springs, the late Sidney H. Berg directed the… Continue Reading CPCD breakfast to help poverty-stricken children

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Solti back home as AFA’s top scientist

U.S.Air Force Academy graduate Jim Solti, Ph.D., retired last year after 30 years in the Air Force. During his career he moved around the country, but despite being born and raised in Ohio, he found that the Academy and Colorado Springs still felt like home. At the time of his retirement, the Academy posted a… Continue Reading Solti back home as AFA’s top scientist

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ANB merger completed

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ANB merger completed

ANB Bank completed its merger with Capital West Bank, first announced earlier this year. The $160 million Capital West Bank, headquartered in Laramie, Wyoming, with banking centers in Cheyenne and Fort Collins will now be called ANB Bank. The purchase adds to ANB Bank’s presence in Wyoming and Colorado and will increase ANB Bank’s total assets… Continue Reading ANB merger completed

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Holocaust survivor to speak

Martin Weiss, who survived a year in concentration camps during World War II and lost much of his family to the cruelty of the Nazis, will speak at Regis University on Tuesday, Nov. 4. Weiss will speak first at Library 21c in Colorado Springs (1175 Chapel Hills Drive) at 11:30 a.m., and then at Regis… Continue Reading Holocaust survivor to speak

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Zickefoose sentenced to 10 years in prison

For defrauding investors of more than $750,000 in an oil and gas wells securities scheme, Robert Allen Zickefoose, 50, will serve a 10-year prison sentence, according to a news release sent by the state Attorney General’s office Thursday. He was initially indicted by the AG’s office in July, 2013 and pleaded guilty in July 2014.… Continue Reading Zickefoose sentenced to 10 years in prison

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