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After being diagnosed with fibromyalgia as a college student, Jacquie Mosher found herself focusing more on what she puts in her body. The New Hampshire native gained critical acclaim among friends and family for her healthy chocolate-making — organic, raw and additive-free — and decided to try her hand at doing something she holds dear.… Continue Reading By taking care of herself, Mosher develops her business

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Broadmoor to sponsor Hill Climb

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Broadmoor to sponsor Hill Climb

The Broadmoor signed a three-year agreement making it the title sponsor of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, the PPIHC announced Thursday. “It’s significant as well, since the founder of The Broadmoor, Spencer Penrose, created the first Pikes Peak Hill Climb in 1916, two years before he opened the hotel,” said a news release announcing… Continue Reading Broadmoor to sponsor Hill Climb

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Music school franchise to open in Springs

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Music school franchise to open in Springs

Bach to Rock, a music school franchise for students of all ages, announced it has signed a development agreement to open 10 schools in Denver, Boulder and Colorado Springs. The first will open in Fall 2014 in the Denver metro area. Franchisees Brian McGrath and Neil Fitzgerald, both of Denver, spent more than 20 years… Continue Reading Music school franchise to open in Springs

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Hall of fame honors Springs women

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Hall of fame honors Springs women

The Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame will induct 10 women Thursday night, three of them with significant ties to Colorado Springs. Judge Christine Arguello is the first Hispanic appointed to the federal district court. The late Elizabeth Wright Ingraham was an architect who promoted environmentally responsible design work. And the late Julia Archibald Holmes was… Continue Reading Hall of fame honors Springs women

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Go Code Colorado

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Epicentral Coworking, located in downtown Colorado Springs, is host to the newest entrepreneurial movement in the state. Colorado Springs was selected as one of five cities to host Go Code Colorado challenge weekends, March 21-23. Go Code Colorado is a statewide public apps challenge to bring government, business and tech communities together to make public… Continue Reading Go Code Colorado

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Real estate sales, lease deals noted

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Real estate sales, lease deals noted

NavPoint Real Estate Group brokered the sale of 830 Tenderfoot Road, Suite 210, a 3,327-square-foot dental office condominium in southwest Colorado Springs. John Witt and Matt Call of NavPoint represented the buyer, and Nicola Myers-Murty and Randy Miller of Sierra Commercial Real Estate represented the seller. In related news, Greg Phaneuf and Peter Scoville of… Continue Reading Real estate sales, lease deals noted

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Trader Joe’s to open Springs location in 2015

California-based specialty grocery chain Trader Joe’s struck a deal Tuesday to open another Colorado location at University Village Colorado shopping center in Colorado Springs. Trader Joe’s plans to open a 12,400-square-foot stand-alone store at 5342 N. Nevada Ave. — near the intersection of Nevada Avenue and Garden of the Gods Road — sometime in 2015,… Continue Reading Trader Joe’s to open Springs location in 2015

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CSBJ earns regional honors for 2013

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CSBJ earns regional honors for 2013

The Colorado Springs Business Journal has won 20 awards in the Society of Professional Journalists Top of the Rockies journalism contest. The contest covers the calendar year of 2013. The contest covered Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Wyoming. The Business Journal was in the class of all daily and weekly papers of up to 10,000… Continue Reading CSBJ earns regional honors for 2013

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Pinery Club at the Hill now accepting applications

The Pinery at the Hill on West Bijou Street in Colorado Springs invites persons to apply for its new, exclusive Club at the Hill. Founding membership dues are $2,400 a year. There is a $600 initiation fee, waived if a membership is purchased before March 31. The membership rate is proposed for only the first… Continue Reading Pinery Club at the Hill now accepting applications

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Tension grows over C4C among local leaders

At a hastily called press conference Monday afternoon, Council President Keith King and Board of County Commissioners Chair Dennis Hisey voiced their displeasure with Mayor Steve Bach and with the City for Champions proposal. The two officials presented letters addressed to Bach, which he had yet to see, enumerating their concerns. The first missive, signed… Continue Reading Tension grows over C4C among local leaders

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