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Breakfast with the Journal: cyber security and threats posed by the Darknet

Today’s Breakfast with the Journal at the Mining Exchange Hotel in downtown Colorado Springs delved into cyber security and threats posed by the Darknet, an anonymized network largely used by criminals to buy and sell nearly anything. Speakers were Douglas DePeppe, a cyber law attorney with the Colorado Springs-based intellectual property law group Aspire IP,… Continue Reading Breakfast with the Journal: cyber security and threats posed by the Darknet

Governor’s 2014 Colorado Tourism Conference this week

The Governor’s 2014 Colorado Tourism Conference is an opportunity to connect with movers and shakers in Colorado’s tourism industry and report on the challenges and opportunities that impact one of Colorado’s top industries. The conference, hosted by the Colorado Tourism Office, draws representatives from the state’s travel and tourism industry and a line-up of speakers… Continue Reading Governor’s 2014 Colorado Tourism Conference this week

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Foreclosure starts spike in October

El Paso County is having the busiest month for foreclosure starts since April, according to Public Trustee Tom Mowle. “Going up one month is not really a trend,” Mowle said. Many files that were rejected in August and September are being filed again this month and have been corrected, he said. Currently, there have been 137… Continue Reading Foreclosure starts spike in October

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Business Journal moves

Changes are coming to the Colorado Springs Business Journal, even as you read this. But we’re hoping you won’t notice them — at least not in print. After many years at 31 E. Platte Ave., we’re moving to the opposite corner of downtown. Our new home will be at 235 S. Nevada Ave., which also… Continue Reading Business Journal moves

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Vagrancy targeted by a collaborative effort

A multi-agency approach will target vagrancy in downtown Colorado Springs as winter nears. The Colorado Springs Police Department, the Springs Rescue Mission, the city, El Paso County human service agencies and the Downtown Partnership are working together to provide vagrants the services they need. “You can’t just pounce and then stop,” said Downtown Partnership Executive… Continue Reading Vagrancy targeted by a collaborative effort

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Study: Colorado No. 2 most politically engaged state

Colorado is among the most politically engaged states in the nation, according to a recent study by Web-based personal finance resource Wallet Hub. Colorado placed No. 2, behind Massachusetts and ahead of Minnesota. Among the least politically engaged states were Hawaii at No. 49, Oklahoma at No. 50 and West Virginia, which placed last. Colorado was… Continue Reading Study: Colorado No. 2 most politically engaged state

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The United States Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame has announced the team chosen to design and construct the interactive museum in the heart of Colorado Springs. The team includes Anderson Mason Dale Architects of Denver who will serve as the architect of record; Diller, Scofidio + Renfro, a New York design studio, as the design… Continue Reading Olympic Museum selects design, construction team

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Health care, insurance topic of luncheon

Health care and health insurance will take center stage at the Latino Community Luncheon, Wednesday, Nov. 12. The event will take place at the Hotel Eleganté, 2886 S. Circle Drive, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Panel speakers include Meredith Jones of Kaiser Permanente, Kathleen Jackson of Colorado Choice, Lynne Jones of Colorado Springs Health Partners, Rosy… Continue Reading Health care, insurance topic of luncheon

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Fire department given $30,000 grant

The Allstate Foundation awarded a $30,000 grant to the Colorado Springs Fire Department for wildfire mitigation. For more than 60 years, The Allstate Foundation has used the relationships, reputation and resources of Allstate to support innovative and lasting solutions that enhance people’s well-being and prosperity. The Colorado Springs Fire Department has been included as a… Continue Reading Fire department given $30,000 grant

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National first responders conference to be held in April

The National Homeland Defense Foundation is hosting its inaugural National First Responders Conference at The Broadmoor Hotel April 6-8, 2015 in Colorado Springs. Building on the success achieved through years of conducting the National Symposium on Homeland Security and Defense, NHDF seeks to apply that experience to provide a forum for sharing lessons learned to… Continue Reading National first responders conference to be held in April

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