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RMIP launched, goal is to boost innovation

The Rocky Mountain Innovation Partners (RMIP) announced its official launch Tuesday afternoon. Equipped with an expanded vision to encourage and support entrepreneurship in Colorado, the Colorado Springs Technology Incubator (CSTI) board recently unanimously agreed to support a more robust mission – to introduce the Rocky Mountain Innovation Partners as a new nonprofit organization. RMIP’s mission… Continue Reading RMIP launched, goal is to boost innovation

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Input requested for disaster recovery grant

Coloradans from flood- and fire- impacted communities Manitou and Colorado Springs, among others, are asked to provide feedback to the state’s amendment to the current Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Action Plan. On Monday, April 13, the public hearing in southern Colorado will be held at Manitou Springs Memorial Hall, 606 Manitou… Continue Reading Input requested for disaster recovery grant

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Election day arrives; early look at probable outcomes

In a few hours, sometime after 7 p.m. tonight, April 7, we’ll know the 2015 city election outcomes – but there’s still time to speculate about the results. In the spirit of forecasting the Academy Awards, here are a few questions that only the voters can answer. Will there be a mayoral runoff election? Yes.… Continue Reading Election day arrives; early look at probable outcomes

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One of the top mountain runs in the west, the Barr Trail Mountain Race, will merge with the Triple Crown of Running in 2015. According to a news release issued by Pikes Peak Marathon, Inc., “the agreement will provide long term financial stability and proven race operations support for the BTMR,” which is set to run… Continue Reading Triple Crown of Running adopts Barr Trail Mountain Race

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Cadet death under investigation

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Cadet death under investigation

The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is investigating the death of an Air Force Academy cadet who died April 2. Cadet 1st Class Alexandre Quiros, 21, assigned to Cadet Squadron 31, from Colorado Springs, was found with injuries in his dormitory room and pronounced dead at the scene at 3:43 p.m. The cause of… Continue Reading Cadet death under investigation

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State Rep. Carver hosts town hall

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State Rep. Carver hosts town hall

State Rep. Terri Carver, R, Colorado Springs, will hold a town hall Saturday, April 11, from 2-3 p.m. at the Green Mountain Falls Town Hall, 10615 Green Mountain Falls Road. Carver will discuss with citizens the current legislative session, listen to comments and answer questions.  The Town Hall is open to the public, and all… Continue Reading State Rep. Carver hosts town hall

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Downtown housing: Two projects on track, others on hold

On April 4, 2014, the Business Journal published a story on the state of downtown multi-family housing that touched on local developers who then planned to break ground on projects in the coming year. Exactly 12 months later, only two of those proposed developments are under construction, while a handful more — for one reason… Continue Reading Downtown housing: Two projects on track, others on hold

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Centura partners with Front Range Orthopaedics

Penrose-St. Francis Health Services entered into its fourth Professional Services Agreement last week after inking a deal with Front Range Orthopaedics. The agreement was effective April 1 and the terms of the PSA included the purchase of Front Range Orthopaedics’ assets by Centura Health. Those assets, as determined by an out-of-state third-party assessor, came in… Continue Reading Centura partners with Front Range Orthopaedics

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CTU names Springs businessman as regional VP and chancellor

Colorado Technical University has named William Anderson Cain regional vice president and chancellor of its Colorado Springs and Denver campuses, the school announced Thursday. In addition to overseeing the school’s Colorado campuses, Cain will serve on the Executive Leadership Team with other university administrators, reporting to system President Andrew Hurst. Cain is a Vietnam-era veteran… Continue Reading CTU names Springs businessman as regional VP and chancellor

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A Colorado Springs business owner was indicted by a federal grand jury March 26 on charges of filing false income tax returns and evading reporting requirements. The office of Colorado U.S. Attorney John Walsh and IRS Special Agent Steven Osborne announced in Wednesday that Lisabeth Melahn, 53, of Colorado Springs, is scheduled to appear before a… Continue Reading Springs business owner indicted for tax fraud

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