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D-11 partners with Penrose

D-11 partners with Penrose

According to a news release sent by Penrose-St. Francis Health Services, an ongoing health and wellness partnership with the health system “resulted in astounding savings of approximately $1.9 million for Colorado Springs School District 11 in 2014.” That data came from the district’s most recent health management overview, the release stated. In 2012, BEST Health Plan… Continue Reading D-11 partners with Penrose

Recycle car batteries for free

In support of Earth Day 2015, AAA Colorado will collect old car batteries for recycling between Monday, April 20 and Friday, April 24, at more than 30 thirty locations around the state.Consumers in Colorado Springs can bring used car batteries to two locations for recycling at no charge: Auto Services, 50 Cascade Court; and Interstate… Continue Reading Recycle car batteries for free

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Bustang to bust-out July 13

Bustang, the new interregional express bus service from the Colorado Department of Transportation, will deliver its first passengers to Denver’s Union Station July 13, according to a CDOT news release. The service launch will connect major populations, employment centers and local transit entities along the Interstate 25 Front Range and Interstate 70 mountain corridors during… Continue Reading Bustang to bust-out July 13

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Leadership Pikes Peak announces 2015 winners

Leadership Pikes Peak announced its 2015 Community Leadership Award recipients. All recipients will be honored at the annual gala April 25. The gala will take place at Dolittle Hall on the U.S. Air Force Academy campus from 5-9 p.m. The 2015 Community Leadership Awards Recipients are: ·       Emerging Leader Award, Sandy Wenger, Conspire; ·       Community… Continue Reading Leadership Pikes Peak announces 2015 winners

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Roupé conducts town hall Saturday

State Rep. Kit Roupé (R-17), Colorado Springs, will host a town hall meeting at the Grace Mountain Church, 3195 Airport Road, Saturday, April 18, from 10 a.m.-noon. Roupé invited State Rep. Paul Lundeen (R-19), Monument, who serves on the House Education and the Judiciary Committees to join him for the town hall. Roupé serves on… Continue Reading Roupé conducts town hall Saturday

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Grant awarded to develop plan for Monument Creek

According to a news release from the city of Colorado Springs, a study to develop a plan to protect and restore the Monument Creek watershed will start in July thanks to a $300,000 Community Development Block Grant/Disaster Recovery planning grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. According to the release, the grant will be… Continue Reading Grant awarded to develop plan for Monument Creek

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City plans open for citizen review, comment

The city of Colorado Springs announced via a news release that it is developing a proposed five-year (2015-2019) Consolidated Plan, one-year (2015) Annual Action Plan and Citizen Participation Plan for the use of federal block grant funds. The Consolidated Plan is drafted to meet federal requirements, as set forth by the U.S. Department of Housing… Continue Reading City plans open for citizen review, comment

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Academy cadets talk satellites at symposium

Cadets and faculty from the U.S. Air Force Academy will be at the 31st International Space Symposium to talk about their latest satellite, FalconSAT-6, set to launch May, 2016. They will display their satellite today, April 14, from 4-5 p.m. at the press conference room at the symposium at The Broadmoor. This year’s symposium comes… Continue Reading Academy cadets talk satellites at symposium

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Helicopters on Tax Day

Helicopters will conduct flight operations April 15 from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. in the Cheyenne Mountain area for flood mitigation. Increased dust and noise levels from this project can be expected during this time period due to hovering, movement of equipment and supply drops. The purpose of the flight operations are to transfer equipment to pre-planned… Continue Reading Helicopters on Tax Day

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Real estate action picks up

Greg Kaufman brokered the $5.35 million sale of a 57,000-square-foot commercial building at 4663 Centennial Boulevard in Colorado Springs. The seller was Centennial Colorado Partners, and the buyer was Moeser Square Partners. The buyer Broker was Jerry Knauf of the London Group. Cascade Commercial Group (CCG) represented Dr. Nawei Jiang, an acupuncturist, who recently purchased… Continue Reading Real estate action picks up

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