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Area nonprofits score with ANB and Sky Sox

Area nonprofits score with ANB and Sky Sox

Last baseball season, ANB Bank and the Colorado Springs Sky Sox teamed up to raise money for four local nonprofits in the Home Run Hits program. The program was a hit and is returning for its second season. The Sky Sox’s home season is broken into four quarters. Each nonprofit will receive $50 for each… Continue Reading Area nonprofits score with ANB and Sky Sox

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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State warns of telephone scams

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The Colorado Judicial Department has received reports of telephone scams involving fake debt-collection agencies who threaten people with arrest warrants operating in at least three judicial districts in the state. Consumers who receive calls regarding debt collection related to court cases always have the option of contacting the clerk’s office in the appropriate court to… Continue Reading State warns of telephone scams

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Judge Gilbert Martinez has been appointed to serve as the new chief judge in the 4th Judicial District, which includes El Paso and Teller counties. Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael L. Bender announced the appointment and said Judge Martinez will replace the Hon. Kirk S. Samelson, who served as chief judge for more than… Continue Reading Judge Martinez named chief judge of 4th Judicial District

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Lawyer specializes in succession planning

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Dennis Goldberg could have been a CPA or a Financial Advisor – after all, he has an undergraduate degree in Business, an MBA in Finance, and a law degree, all from the University of Denver. But through the Goldberg Law Center, P.C., started in 1985, he is able to offer his clients the best of… Continue Reading Lawyer specializes in succession planning

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Rep. David Schultheis is brand new to the Colorado Legislature, but that doesn’t deter him from sponsoring a controversial bill that is also supported by Gov. Owens. In conjunction with the governor’s office, on Feb. 13, Schultheis, a Republican from District 22 in El Paso County, introduced to the Legislature a bill that would require… Continue Reading CO legislator sponsors bill that mandates marital counseling before divorce

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