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Penrose named one of the 50 best in nation

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Penrose-St. Francis Health Services was named an America’s 50 Best Hospitals™ by Healthgrades®, the leading online resource for comprehensive information about physicians and hospitals. This is the seventh year in a row Penrose-St. Francis has achieved the distinction. The hospital is in the top 1 percent nationwide and one of only 15 hospitals in the… Continue Reading Penrose named one of the 50 best in nation

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League of Women Voters honors Jan Doran

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League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region honored community advocate Jan Doran with its eighth annual Making Democracy Work Award Tuesday. The League recognized Doran for her work in the community and creating positive change in Colorado Springs and El Paso County, according to a League press release. Doran’s involvement in government decision-making… Continue Reading League of Women Voters honors Jan Doran

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Heath receives sentence for identity theft, tax fraud

Randall Vannoy Heath, 52, of Colorado Springs was sentenced Feb. 18 to serve 84 months in federal prison followed by three years of supervised release. Heath was found guilty of aggravated identity theft and for filing a false claim with the Internal Revenue Service, according to a U.S. Department of Justice news release. Heath was… Continue Reading Heath receives sentence for identity theft, tax fraud

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Business Journal earns 17 CPA awards

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Business Journal earns 17 CPA awards

The Colorado Springs Business Journal won the sweepstakes award on Friday in the editorial category from the Colorado Press Association at its annual banquet in Denver. The top award among weekly newspapers with circulations between 2,001 and 4,000 in the state, the sweepstakes award honors the editorial department for its work from Sept. 1, 2012… Continue Reading Business Journal earns 17 CPA awards

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Lane Center for Academic Health Sciences opens

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Lane Center for Academic Health Sciences opens

The $18 million Lane Center for Academic Health Sciences building on north Nevada Avenue houses the Peak Vista senior health center and the Colorado Springs branch of the University of Colorado School of Medicine. At the ribbon cutting, members of the CU Board of Regents, CU President Bruce Benson, UCCS Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak, Peak Vista… Continue Reading Lane Center for Academic Health Sciences opens

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The 137,900-square-foot Platte Airpark Center sold for $14.35 million, the broker announced this week. The five buildings are located at 320 to 480 N. Wooten Road. The buyer is Fairbridge Partners LLC, a national real estate investment trust, of Princeton, N.J. One of the listing agents, Andy Oyler of Quantum Commercial Group Inc., said the… Continue Reading Platte Airpark Center complex, medical office building sold

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X-IO taught computer storage how to heal itself

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X-IO taught computer storage how to heal itself

Over time, the disks and their components will degrade as they become hot and vibrate. It’s common for builders of this storage to guarantee their work for three years. One Colorado Springs company has developed a system that detects a deficiency and fixes itself before the entire unit can go bad. “If you take the… Continue Reading X-IO taught computer storage how to heal itself

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Paid-off home loans decline over last quarter

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Paid-off home loans decline over last quarter

The number of home loans paid off in Colorado was down 28.2 percent from the fourth quarter of 2012 to the fourth quarter of 2013, but comparing the full year of 2013 to 2012, the total was up 13 percent. According to a report released Wednesday by the Colorado Division of Housing, public trustees in Colorado… Continue Reading Paid-off home loans decline over last quarter

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Tourism in the winter may look like tourism of any day in the summer for some attractions. Many area attractions remain open, albeit with fewer tourists. Yet for others, tourism may look more like a hockey tournament filling hotel rooms during the shoulder season. “We promote more than 55 activities,” said Chelsy Murphy, communications director… Continue Reading Winter tourism a time to rest; some attractions staying busy

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Learn history, flight at WWII aviation museum

Phil Heacock recently met a woman around 30 years old who asked him, “What’s World War II?” Heacock couldn’t believe his ears. A woman who seemed to be intelligent, and probably in the middle to upper-middle class economically, hadn’t “heard of” WWII. “The only reason you’re wearing pants right now is because of WWII,” said… Continue Reading Learn history, flight at WWII aviation museum

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