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Penrose, Academy cadets help stroke victims

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An entrepreneurial collaboration between Air Force Academy cadets and Penrose-St. Francis Health Services is creating a new device that will help patients recover their full range of motion after strokes or injuries. Called Neumimic, the project is a partnership between Dr. Glen House, medical director of Penrose’s rehabilitation center, and USAFA cadets in mechanical and… Continue Reading Penrose, Academy cadets help stroke victims

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Rocky Mountain State Games adds dog sledding

For the second year now, the Rocky Mountain State Games added a sport that involves human and animal athletes. Last summer it was the dog agility competition that attracted some 500 competitors and their four-legged athletes, bringing additional visitors and tourist dollars into the region. In 2014, the first Rocky Mountain State Games Dog Sled… Continue Reading Rocky Mountain State Games adds dog sledding

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Years later, Garman still creates character(s)

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Years later, Garman still creates character(s)

Walking through Magic Town, one finds guests transported back to a day, place and time in the life of the artist who created it, sculptor Michael Garman. Guests see the joyful faces of the guys at the bar, the hopeful face of a child wanting popcorn at the movies, the solemn face of a priest… Continue Reading Years later, Garman still creates character(s)

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CSFD signs contract with AMR

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CSFD signs contract with AMR

The City of Colorado Springs signed a contract with American Medical Response Tuesday. The five-year contract will go into effect April 1. The goal, according to a city press release, is to enhance ambulance services to residents within the city and enclaves of unincorporated areas within the city. With headquarters in Colorado, AMR is the current… Continue Reading CSFD signs contract with AMR

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Osteopathic Foundation donates $150,000 to CASA

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Osteopathic Foundation donates $150,000 to CASA

The Colorado Springs Osteopathic Foundation awarded a grant of $50,000 per year for three years to support Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of the Pikes Peak Region’s in a new capacity-building volunteer management initiative called the Peer Coordinator Model. Last year, CASA served 443 abused and neglected children in the Dependency and Neglect program–this represents… Continue Reading Osteopathic Foundation donates $150,000 to CASA

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El Pomar Foundation grants $5,000 to Space Foundation

The Space Foundation received a $5,000 grant by the Pikes Peak Regional Council of the El Pomar Foundation. In supporting regional interest behind this grant, the Space Foundation will offer scholarships to students and their teachers in the Pikes Peak Region, emphasizing Teller County, El Paso County outside metro-Colorado Springs, southern Douglas County and northern… Continue Reading El Pomar Foundation grants $5,000 to Space Foundation

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STORServer focuses on data protection

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STORServer focuses on data protection

All businesses have valuable data they want protected, and that is exactly what STORServer in Colorado Springs is all about. “Data protection is the key,” said John Sorensen, vice president of finance and chief information officer. Schools, hospitals, banks and other businesses generate data “that has real business value, and we want to protect that… Continue Reading STORServer focuses on data protection

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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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