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* Name: Gary J. McDonald * Organization: Care & Share Food Bank * Position: President/CEO * Hometown: Milwaukee * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: Seven-year resident of Manitou Springs * Education: Dual bachelor’s degrees in business administration, and marketing and Finance; master’s degree in counseling * A few words about your company:… Continue Reading Care & Share reaches far beyond the Springs

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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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People on the Move

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Duane Beckmann, president of The Beckmann Group, has earned membership in the Million Dollar Round Table – Court of the Table, an international independent association of sales professionals. Eileen M. Wolff has been promoted to vice president/county manager of LandAmerica Commonwealth Title and LandAmerica Pikes Peak Title. Paula Sherwood has joined KRDO as the national… Continue Reading People on the Move

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The pot o' gold at the end of the rainbow

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U.S. Census bureau analysts predict as many as 20 percent of American seniors are destined for an impoverished retirement, based on limited savings and pensions. In El Paso County, Dr. Fred Crowley, senior economist for the Southern Colorado Economic Forum estimates that the number will grow to 12,767 or 13 percent of those living under… Continue Reading The pot o' gold at the end of the rainbow

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Hollywood. One word brings to mind the Golden Age of the 1930s, big-budget action flicks long on special effects and short on plot, and understated comedies of the Lost in Translation variety. Bringing to mind the adage about imitation and flattery, movies borrow and steal from one another, and go the route of unimaginative derivation… Continue Reading Local filmmaker shines a spotlight on the Springs

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Animals, entrepreneurs communing together

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Due east of Colorado Springs, there is an unincorporated community representing an array of people and lifestyles. The old-timers are a fiercely independent lot. People who moved to the community in the 1990s longed for that same independence when they traded city life for wide-open spaces. Today, newcomers, who are arriving at an 11-percent growth… Continue Reading Animals, entrepreneurs communing together

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The 2004 Colorado Balloon Classic, which in 2003 dropped the “Springs” from its name to be more inclusive of all state residents, has chosen a startling simple, bold design as the logo for the 28th event in September. Patsy Buchwald, president of the annual event, said she chose local graphic artist Debbie Tuzel’s design for… Continue Reading Balloon Classic marks change with new-look logo

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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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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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During a public meeting last week, the City of Colorado Springs narrowed its list of potential rapid-transit corridors from 22 to nine, with six major connecting systems. And although construction could begin within four years if funding is received from the U.S. Department of Transportation, those involved with the project say rapid transit is a… Continue Reading City narrows options for rapid-transit system

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