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Downtown survey results released

Downtown survey results released

Words that best describe what people want to see downtown Colorado Springs include vibrant, clean, safe, welcoming, friendly. Wednesday morning, the Downtown Partnership of Colorado Springs revealed the results of an online survey completed recently by 1,100 persons in the region. Respondents said they want new businesses to fill the vacant storefronts, they think downtown… Continue Reading Downtown survey results released

Memorial Hospital tansport team accredited

For the third time, the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems awarded the Memorial Hospital transport system, Memorial Star Transport, a full three-year accreditation. The accreditation recognizes that Memorial Star Transport, a rotorwing and ground transport service, provides highly skilled flight nurse/paramedic and nurse/respiratory therapist teams to care for adult, neonatal, pediatric and obstetric… Continue Reading Memorial Hospital tansport team accredited

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ANB Bank opens new downtown branch

Colorado-based ANB Bank celebrated the opening of its newest branch Tuesday morning in downtown Colorado Springs. The grand opening of the $5-million bank included a ribbon cutting and dedication attended by representatives of ANB Bank, the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance, the Colorado Springs Conservatory and members of the community. “We value the community of… Continue Reading ANB Bank opens new downtown branch

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Royal Gorge Bridge and Park opens Saturday

The Royal Gorge Bridge & Park in Cañon City will re-open to the public for Labor Day Weekend. After a 14-month closure to rebuild the 360-acre park due to a wildfire, a “soft opening” is targeted for Saturday. Mike Bandera, vice-president and general manager, said the key word is “targeted” as the park will be… Continue Reading Royal Gorge Bridge and Park opens Saturday

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RMFI names new executive director

The Rocky Mountain Field Institute announced Friday that it has selected a new executive director. The Colorado Springs-based nonprofit has chosen Jennifer Peterson from Texas A&M University to fill the post beginning early next month, according to a news release. “[Peterson] brings extensive experience in education, stewardship, research, stakeholder engagement, and watershed restoration,” according to… Continue Reading RMFI names new executive director

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Trine earns FAA helicopter certification

Trine Aerospace & Defense received certification from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) that enables it to perform maintenance, repair and overhaul services on rotor-wing aircraft. “Trine is one of the few facilities in our region helicopter repair station certification,” said Britt Ham, the company’s president and chief executive officer. “The certificate enables us to better… Continue Reading Trine earns FAA helicopter certification

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Community invited to provide input on regional transit

Mountain Metropolitan Transit and the Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments are conducting a community meeting Aug. 28 from 4-6 p.m. at the City Administration Building, Room 102. The general public is invited to help shape the future of regional transportation in the Pikes Peak area. Input is needed to guide future planning for the… Continue Reading Community invited to provide input on regional transit

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CDOT adding new communications tools for U.S. 24

The Colorado Department of Transportation has developed new methods to help ensure the public is informed about road conditions and protocols for U.S. 24 on Ute Pass — primarily when flooding is possible but also when there are other impacts to travel. In addition to notifications via electronic sign boards, CDOT is implementing the following:  An… Continue Reading CDOT adding new communications tools for U.S. 24

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Annual event to raise funds for mental health training

AspenPointe announced the fundraising initiative for this year’s Heroes of Mental Health Luncheon will support its Mental Health First Aid training program, a need highlighted during this spring’s Mental Health Begins With Me community forums. Mental Health First Aid is a groundbreaking public education program that helps the public identify, understand and respond to signs… Continue Reading Annual event to raise funds for mental health training

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Jan Erickson wins Accolades award

Jan Erickson, founder and CEO of Janska/Clothing that Comforts, was named the 2014 Accolades Business Leader of the Year by the Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce. Erickson received the award at Tuesday’s Accolades luncheon. Erickson was named by the U.S. Small Business Administration the 2013 Colorado Small Business Person of the year. On hand… Continue Reading Jan Erickson wins Accolades award

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