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Business doesn't take a break

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Wall Street Journal readers will have something extra to look forward to on the weekends. The Journal will start publishing what it calls a Weekend Edition on Sept. 17, an edition that will include three sections – the A front page, a Money and Investing section and the new Pursuits section. “It’s more like the… Continue Reading Business doesn't take a break

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Work-related deaths went down in Colorado in 2003

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Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment statisticians this week announced that the number of work-related deaths in Colorado decreased from 123 in 2002 to 102 in 2003, a decrease of nearly 17 percent, according to the 2003 Colorado Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries. The data cites transportation fatalities, primarily highway accidents, as the major… Continue Reading Work-related deaths went down in Colorado in 2003

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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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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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People on the Move

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Brett Rice has joined The Ornamental Man as sales manager. He has more than 19 years of experience in the steel business. Matt Derr has joined Merrick & Co. as a design engineer. He is a registered professional engineer and a member of ASCE. Tara McGowan has joined Merrick & Co. as a design engineer.… Continue Reading People on the Move

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It's not just a round of golf at tournaments

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Today’s article is the seventh in a series that explore how to conduct a successful golf tournament for non-profit, charity, corporate or any other non-professional golf event. In-depth information will be presented at golf tournament planning seminars to be held over the next two months at Colorado Springs area golf courses. The next class will… Continue Reading It's not just a round of golf at tournaments

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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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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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With beauty comes responsibility

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Colorado will never have the lush, rolling green landscapes of the Appalachians. Colorado, for that matter, will never have the abundant water supply of many states in the nation. Like it or not, this is a semi-arid environment. The natural beauty of Colorado, however, is undoubtedly of a majestic variety. As more people continue to… Continue Reading With beauty comes responsibility

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