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Wild Goose starts to build community

The Wild Goose Meeting House is where you go to talk about a book, solve the world’s problems or simply knit with friends over a meal while sipping custom coffee, microbrew beer or fine wine. Open little more than two weeks, the Wild Goose on the corner of Boulder and North Tejon streets already has… Continue Reading Wild Goose starts to build community

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Aspen, Denver Susan G. Komen affiliates merge

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Aspen, Denver Susan G. Komen affiliates merge

Denver metropolitan affiliate and Aspen affiliate, two Colorado-based affiliates of Susan G. Komen have agreed to merge, representatives said in a news release this week. The two affiliates, each with strong reputations as local resources and one of the largest medical grant-making organizations in their service area, are merging to ensure continued Komen presence to… Continue Reading Aspen, Denver Susan G. Komen affiliates merge

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No one showed up Wednesday morning to bid on the Antlers Hilton at the El Paso County Public Trustee foreclosure sale, so the property was sold to the lender for less than what was owed. The Antlers property had a deficiency of $3.6 million, and $38 million was the final amount the beneficiary paid for… Continue Reading Antlers sold to lender at public trustee sale

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’Tis the season at Consignment Gallery

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’Tis the season at Consignment Gallery

The best time to shop for used furniture at The Consignment Gallery is Friday afternoon. That’s because movers have collected furniture for the week, co-owner Judy Deighton has cleaned it up, and it’s ready to help fill somebody’s home. “A lot of regulars come in on Friday and pull the cream off the top,” said… Continue Reading ’Tis the season at Consignment Gallery

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Cycling Hill Climb scheduled for Aug. 24

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Cycling Hill Climb scheduled for Aug. 24

The Pikes Peak Cycling Hill Climb will take place Aug. 24, organizers announced this week. The event will cap Colorado Springs Cycling Week, which will take place from Aug. 18-24. Festivities will include a number of cycling events highlighted by the USA Pro Challenge. Stage 4 takes place in and around the City of Colorado… Continue Reading Cycling Hill Climb scheduled for Aug. 24

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COPPeR hires new executive director

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COPPeR hires new executive director

The Board of Directors of COPPeR, the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region, hired Andrew (Andy) Vick as executive director. Vick will start on Feb. 1, the board announced Tuesday. Vick will move from Western Maryland, where he has served as the executive director of the Allegany Arts Council since 2003. Vick grew up… Continue Reading COPPeR hires new executive director

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Centers for Medicare & Medicaid show ACA savings

Seniors in Colorado saved $91 million on prescription drug costs since the Affordable Care Act was enacted, according to data released by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Nationally, seniors and people with disabilities with a Medicare prescription drug plan coverage saved $8.9 billion to date this year on their prescription drugs because of ACA.… Continue Reading Centers for Medicare & Medicaid show ACA savings

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Campaign sets goal for 1 million solar roofs

A campaign comprising more than 280 businesses, farmers, ranchers, local officials, civic and environmental organizations and 11,000 people called on Gov. Hickenlooper and other state leaders to support solar energy. The campaign is called 1 Million Solar Roofs. The campaign sets a goal of installing 3 gigawatts of solar energy in Colorado by 2030, or… Continue Reading Campaign sets goal for 1 million solar roofs

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SBA helps businesses with growth, moves

By almost any measure, the U.S. Small Business Administration just finished a record-setting year of helping businesses in Colorado. Statewide, the SBA approved $622.5 million in small business loans for the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, an all-time record and an 11.5 percent increase over the last fiscal year. The SBA’s Colorado office approved… Continue Reading SBA helps businesses with growth, moves

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Penrose revels in cardio accolade

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Penrose revels in cardio accolade

Like many other comparable, ambitious hospitals, Penrose-St. Francis Health Services earns its fair share of national and state-level recognition. But some of those honors mean more, and that’s the case now as Penrose-St. Francis has been named one of the top 50 cardiovascular hospitals in the nation by Truven Health Analytics. “It’s a difficult award… Continue Reading Penrose revels in cardio accolade

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