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Barber bids farewell

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After 25 and-a-half years with El Paso County government, Frank O. Barber is moving on. On Jan. 31, Barber put in his last day as the manager of the economic development district of the financial services department. That title was a long time coming. “I was involved with a whole lot of things through the… Continue Reading Barber bids farewell

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Red Cross director seeks interaction

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During the week of Jan. 24, the American Red Cross Pikes Peak Chapter assisted the victims of 15 area house fires. Each year, the Pikes Peak chapter responds to more than 75 disasters in Colorado Springs and surrounding areas. David Just, the new executive director of the local Red Cross chapter, would like to instill… Continue Reading Red Cross director seeks interaction

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Building for the future

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Someday, people all over the country will be able to bike to work and shower right at the office. They will reap the benefits of operable windows and cleaner air in the workplace. Someday, offices, hospitals and schools will have less of an impact on the environment. With the development of standards for “green building”… Continue Reading Building for the future

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Kelly constantly stays focused on selling

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* Name: Nancy Kelly * Organization: Syntrak International * Position: Managing director * Hometown: Traverse City, Mich. * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: 21 years * Education: BA – Michigan State, MA – University of Washington, studied German at the University of Wurzburg in Germany * A few words about your company:… Continue Reading Kelly constantly stays focused on selling

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The final development plan for a new medical campus in Woodland Park has been submitted to Teller County. The medical campus will house Pikes Peak Regional Hospital, a 15-bed acute primary-care facility; a medical office building; Prospect Home Care Hospice, which is relocating to the campus from its current Woodland Park quarters; and a 24-unit… Continue Reading New Teller County hospital six to 12 months from construction

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Wilburn focuses on the battle of the bulge

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* Name: Derrick Wilburn * Organization: Wholly Fit, Personal & Corporate Fitness Services * Position: President * Hometown: Chicago, Ill. * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: Three years * Education: B.S. in economics; B.S. in marketing; MBA in marketing * A few words about your company: We are a full service provider… Continue Reading Wilburn focuses on the battle of the bulge

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Midwest Italian franchise opens in Colorado

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In 1959, Sam Mancino Sr. came home from his job at Uniroyal and told his wife he never wanted to work for someone else again. How would he support his five children, she asked. Mancino told her he was opening a pizza joint. Little did she know that every weekend when he was supposedly hanging… Continue Reading Midwest Italian franchise opens in Colorado

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Better Business Bureau The possibility was frightening to cell phone customers. By creating a 411 directory assistance service for cell phone numbers, cell numbers could get in the hands of telemarketers. Just like that the urban myth was born. The urban myth went out over e-mail. One claimed that beginning January 2005 all cell phone… Continue Reading Consumer Alert: Cell phone users fall for urban myth e-mail

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SBA's loan programs receive significant boost

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President George W. Bush has signed legislation making more than $21 billion available to small businesses through the Small Business Administration’s two main loan programs. The legislation also reauthorizes the agency’s programs and provides a $580 million budget for fiscal year 2005. The SBA’s flagship 7(a) loan guarantee program was boosted to a $16 billion… Continue Reading SBA's loan programs receive significant boost

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The U.S. Small Business Administration has implemented a new policy that enables the federal government to more accurately monitor contract awards when a small business is purchased or merged with a large business through the process of novation. The new policy requires a business to recertify itself as small for federal contracts transferred to it… Continue Reading SBA implements new small business contracting policy

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