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Consumers are most interested in knowing the good and bad about mortgage and escrow companies and complain the most about automobile dealers, cell phones and credit card companies, according to data compiled by Better Business Bureaus in the United States and Canada. The bureaus logged 56 million instances of service in 2003, the first year… Continue Reading BBB data reveals businesses with most inquires, complaints

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Colorado College has been awarded a $400,000 grant from Denver-based Boettcher Foundation to help fund the renovation of 100-year-old Palmer Hall. This grant will further a project that is reconfiguring learning and collaborative spaces in the college’s largest classroom building. Work on the building began in the fall and will continue throughout this year. The… Continue Reading Colorado College awarded $400k from the Boettcher Foundation

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The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and the National Nuclear Security Administration’s Sandia National Laboratories have agreed to collaborate on the development and manufacture of a broad range of technologies including microelectronics, micro electromechanical systems, nanotechnology, software and space and security applications. A memorandum of understanding between the university and Sandia emphasizes advanced manufacturing… Continue Reading Sandia National Laboratories, CU-Springs to collaborate

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The Cadet Area at the U. S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs has been designated a National Historic Landmark, the federal government’s highest official recognition of nationally significant properties. The Cadet Area is Colorado’s 18th landmark among the nation’s more than 2,300 designations and was recognized for its significant contributions to America’s military and… Continue Reading USAFA Cadet Area designated National Historic Landmark

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Colorado College has received a $4 million grant to help fund the Cornerstone Arts Building, a 74,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art performing arts building that honors and reaffirms the college’s commitment to the arts. “The new arts building has been a dream of the college community for several years and represents a key piece of our vision for… Continue Reading CC awarded $4 million from Inasmuch foundation

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* Name: Laura Neumann * Organization: Benchmark Hospitality at Cheyenne Mountain Resort * Position: Vice president and general manager * Hometown: St. Louis, MO * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: Since March 7 * Education: My education is mostly hands-on experience working my way through the ranks. Although I have worked toward… Continue Reading Hard work, experinece pay off for Neumann

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Colorado Springs Law Day Luncheon

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The El Paso County Bar Association presented several awards during its annual Law Day Luncheon on May 3 at the Antlers Adam’s Mark Hotel. This year’s theme was “To win Equality by Law” Brown v. Board of Education at 50. The Rev. Milton Proby of St. John’s Baptist Church received a Special Recognition Award. Students… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Law Day Luncheon

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Tourism businesses from around the state are offering “Hometown Discounts” to Colorado residents as a way to thank residents supporting the Colorado’s travel industry. The discounts will be offered during National Tourism Week, May 8-16. During that time, residents can visit any participating business and mention National Tourism Week to receive the discounts. Businesses from… Continue Reading Travel industry celebrated as part of Tourism Week

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An ancient science gets a fresh look

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Imagine choosing an employee or a spouse based on the size and shape of his or her nose or the distance between the person’s eyes. Judging people on the contour of their faces may not be the sole reason to make a decision about a relationship – personal or professional – but Naomi Tickle, author… Continue Reading An ancient science gets a fresh look

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For thousands of years, people across the world have observed Mother’s Day and its variations. Anna Jarvis is credited with starting the Mother’s Day tradition in the United States. Jarvis’ mother had wished for a global mothers’ day to honor and respect moms everywhere. After her mother died, Jarvis asked her minister to fulfill her… Continue Reading Mother's Day is big business for restaurants

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