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Realtors reach agreement with U.S. Department of Justice

Jana DeWitt and Kenneth Westfall, licensed real estate agents operating in Colorado Springs, paid the United States $93,500 in civil penalties to settle allegations that they engaged in deceptive conduct, violating the Financial Institutions Reform Recovery and Enforcement Act. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, DeWitt engaged in fraud in at least 17 bank-owned properties,… Continue Reading Realtors reach agreement with U.S. Department of Justice

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Citizen art gallery opens at City Hall

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Citizen art gallery opens at City Hall

Colorado Springs City Council dedicated two areas in City Hall this month to exhibit and celebrate citizen artwork. The first, located on the second floor, is a new gallery. The second, located on the third floor in Council Chambers, is a gallery dedicated for K-12 artwork. The first shows in City Hall through the month… Continue Reading Citizen art gallery opens at City Hall

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Outlook holds steady for small business

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The year 2014 will offer small business more of the same, according to two prominent leaders in the Colorado Springs business community. On a national scale, some regions will perform better economically than others; the El Paso County region is likely to remain stable, said Tom Neppl, incoming board chair of the Colorado Springs Regional… Continue Reading Outlook holds steady for small business

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Health care growth expected locally in ’14

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Leaders of the health care industry in Colorado Springs foresee great growth ahead, according to conversations with representatives of Penrose-St. Francis Hospital, Memorial Health Systems and Peak Vista Community Health Centers. Peak Vista Some of the growth was announced late in 2013, including the merger between Peak Vista and Plains Medical Center. This merger will… Continue Reading Health care growth expected locally in ’14

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Affordable’s aim – satisfy its customers

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Affordable’s aim – satisfy its customers

It’s another Monday morning at Affordable Plumbing and Heat — and the phones are ringing off the hook. “The heat is out at my house.” “My hot water heater is on the fritz.” “Why is my house so cold?” It’s a typical morning for owners Greg and Heidi Smith and their manager, Tom Mudd. “We… Continue Reading Affordable’s aim – satisfy its customers

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Hardin leads Arts Council in ‘serious business’

Nora Hardin, the new executive director of the Pikes Peak Arts Council, moved last month into the top spot of the organization that’s been supporting the local arts since 1968. Prior to becoming executive director, Hardin served as board vice president. She also held a number of diverse positions in manufacturing, publishing, film and video… Continue Reading Hardin leads Arts Council in ‘serious business’

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Colorado receives $58.5 million bonus

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Colorado receives $58.5 million bonus

The Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing announced the state received a $58.5 million Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act performance bonus from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. This marks the fourth consecutive year Colorado has earned CMS recognition for ongoing efforts to identify and enroll eligible children in Medicaid and… Continue Reading Colorado receives $58.5 million bonus

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Year in review: Health care

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Hospitals receive kudos 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… Continue Reading Year in review: Health care

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Year in review: Legal matters

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September 3 Court: Argent, Friese borrowed $12 million … then didn’t pay it back Former Colorado Springs banker and resident Chad Friese and his firm, The Argent Company, borrowed nearly $12 million from dozens of individuals and their retirement accounts, but did not pay it back, according to court documents. A civil lawsuit filed in… Continue Reading Year in review: Legal matters

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Year in review: Real estate

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August 27 Flying off the shelves If someone put a home on the market in Colorado Springs, chances are good it sold within two months. As of the end of June, single-family homes spent an average of 62 days on the market, the lowest number since June 2006, when the Pikes Peak Association of Realtors… Continue Reading Year in review: Real estate

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