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Academy cadets to pledge against sexual assault

Air Force Academy cadets plan to participate in a pledge during the noon meal formation, Wednesday, Nov. 12, as part of a new initiative designed to change the culture regarding sexual assault prevention. The campaign titled, “It’s On Us” is a national awareness campaign designed create a movement across U.S. campuses to inspire cadets and… Continue Reading Academy cadets to pledge against sexual assault

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Osteopathic Foundation makes $156,000 in grants

Sixteen nonprofit organizations will receive grants from the Colorado Springs Osteopathic Foundation totaling $156,000 to provide transportation, meals, care, counseling, health education, prevention and advocacy for children and adults. The nonprofit organizations are: CASA – $50,000, the second year of a $50,000 per year three-year grant commitment; Cheyenne Village, $10,000; Community Partnership for Child Development,… Continue Reading Osteopathic Foundation makes $156,000 in grants

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Sturman, Sun Hydraulics ink license agreement

Sun Hydraulics Corp. (NASDAQ: SNHY) and Sturman Industries Inc. entered into a technology license agreement related to the use of Sturman’s digital valve technology. Under the agreement, Sun will manufacture and sell valves which incorporate Sturman digital valve actuation technology into screw-in cartridge valves used in fluid power markets. “We are very happy to partner… Continue Reading Sturman, Sun Hydraulics ink license agreement

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Red Leg Brewing hosts Cheers and Charities

Red Leg Brewing Company is recognizing Veterans Day by hosting a Cheers and Charities event from 5-8 p.m. tomorrow, Nov. 11 to provide a comprehensive venue for veterans to interact with local resource agencies. The event complements the brewery’s mission to provide craft beer to honor the military community and make an impact in the… Continue Reading Red Leg Brewing hosts Cheers and Charities

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Springs residents guilty of defrauding U.S. government

Three Colorado Springs residents were convicted Friday of conspiracy to defraud the Internal Revenue Service and other tax charges. After a four-day jury trial, George Brokaw, 68, John Pawelski, 66, and Mimi Vigil, 63, were found guilty. They are schyeduled to be sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Christine Arguello on Jan. 25. After the… Continue Reading Springs residents guilty of defrauding U.S. government

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CSU earns $542,000 in alternative fuel grants

The Colorado Energy Office awarded Colorado Springs Utilities with a $500,000 grant for the construction of its second compressed natural gas fueling station at its John Pinkerton Service Center. The first station, located next to Springs Utilities’ East Service Center at 706 Tia Juana St., recently reopened. Utilities also received a second grant valued at… Continue Reading CSU earns $542,000 in alternative fuel grants

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Catalyst Campus: path to the future

Train stations once were among the world’s epicenters of connectivity and vitality. They represented the worth of a community as well as its future economic potential. That’s an ethos the O’Neil Group Company wishes to recreate at its Catalyst Campus, a collaborative work and education environment slated to open next summer in downtown Colorado Springs.… Continue Reading Catalyst Campus: path to the future

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Quality Inn at Garden of the Gods sold

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Quality Inn at Garden of the Gods sold

The 124-guestroom Quality Inn at 555 Garden of the Gods Road in Colorado Springs sold to a real estate investor “with diversified real estate holdings in the western United States,” according to a news release sent by the seller’s broker, HREC Investment Advisors. The new owner is CSQI LP with a principal office street address… Continue Reading Quality Inn at Garden of the Gods sold

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Venus Williams speaks at Peak Vista

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Venus Williams speaks at Peak Vista

Over 900 guests attended Peak Vista Community Health Centers’ tenth annual Breakfast of Champions Tuesday. Attendees heard from numerous community members, as well as President and CEO Pam McManus and four-time Olympic gold medalist Venus Williams. Williams served as keynote speaker and emphasized that focus and dedication – along with family influence – were key… Continue Reading Venus Williams speaks at Peak Vista

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Election dissection, from PPRDA to defense

In the aftermath of the 2014 election in El Paso County, we come away with some clear messages from voters and priorities for local leaders going forward. We already knew that the Pikes Peak region would go virtually all in with the nationwide Republican tidal wave. That much was obvious from the U.S. Senate race,… Continue Reading Election dissection, from PPRDA to defense

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