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State cycling map now includes Colorado Springs trails

Colorado Springs has recently been included on the state’s upgraded Bicycle and Scenic Byways map. The Colorado Department of Transportation has given local governments across the state the opportunity to provide cycling information specific to their region. Colorado Springs was the third city to add its map and local data to the site (http://dtdapps.coloradodot.info/bike), according… Continue Reading State cycling map now includes Colorado Springs trails

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Job fairs available for youth

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Job fairs available for youth

The Pikes Peak Workforce Center released the dates of job fairs that connect young adults age 16-21 with local businesses to help them find summer jobs. The young adult job fairs will be held: • April 9 in Colorado Springs at the Doubletree Hotel, from 1-6 p.m.; • April 23 in Woodland Park at the… Continue Reading Job fairs available for youth

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Results of an analysis conducted by Tourism Economics were presented to the regional tourism industry on Tuesday, March 10. Private donations, along with financial and organizational support from 26 businesses and municipalities, helped commission a study to determine how Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region compares to its competitive set relative to destination marketing investment. Findings:  The… Continue Reading Report: Tourism promotions underfunded in Pikes Peak region

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Advertising industry awarded kudos

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Advertising industry awarded kudos

The Colorado Springs market’s best in advertising were honored Saturday at the AAF Colorado Springs American Advertising Awards celebration. The event recognizes the area’s outstanding advertising creative work for the previous year. Judges chose winners from 152 online, broadcast and print entries from agencies, businesses and individuals doing business in the Colorado Springs market as… Continue Reading Advertising industry awarded kudos

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UCCS partners with Colorado Rapids

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Students with a passion for soccer will be able to pursue a business degree with an emphasis in soccer management at the UCCS College of Business beginning this fall. Students in the program will gain hands-on experience through professional practicums with the Colorado Rapids organization, according to a news release. Soccer management will be housed within… Continue Reading UCCS partners with Colorado Rapids

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Commercial property sold

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Commercial property sold

Len A. and Ann L. Ganote recently sold their properties at 1605-1655 S. Murray Blvd. to Silver Key Senior Services. The 67,8934-square-foot property sold for $1.95 million. Brokers were Aaron Horn and David Bacon of Colorado Springs Commercial (COSC). Mark Useman of COSC brokered the sale of the property at 443 S. Highway 105 outside… Continue Reading Commercial property sold

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Ambassadors chosen for Olympic movement

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Ambassadors chosen for Olympic movement

Mayor Steve Bach and Colorado Springs Sister Cities International will introduce the Colorado Springs’ Young Champion Ambassadors tomorrow, Tuesday, March 10, at 11 a.m. in the Carnegie Room at the Penrose Library, 20 N. Cascade Ave. Seventeen high school students have been selected, as a result of a city-wide essay contest, to participate in the inaugural… Continue Reading Ambassadors chosen for Olympic movement

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A panel of accounting and tax policy experts will discuss the U.S. tax code and changes that could create jobs and improve U.S. competition in the global marketplace at a March 11 program at UCCS. From noon to 2 p.m. at the school’s Upper Lodge, five experts, including southern Colorado native and UCCS alum Michael Fryt,… Continue Reading Experts to gather at UCCS to discuss corporate tax reform

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Airstrip Attack returns to airport for second year

The Pikes Peak Airstrip Attack at the Colorado Springs Airport will return this summer. Shift-S3ctor and Revvolution, in conjunction with the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation and  The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, announced this week that the second running of the event will take place June 26 and 27 as part of Pikes Peak… Continue Reading Airstrip Attack returns to airport for second year

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City Hall is in the ‘loop’

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Colorado Springs City Hall is the first city office where residents can use the Hearing Loop system. This technology provides better hearing access for citizens with hearing loss. The system will be accessible beginning March 9 during the City Council work session. The system, a hearing aid compatible loop, magnetically transmits sound to hearing aids and… Continue Reading City Hall is in the ‘loop’

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