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Business survival of the fittest

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The small-business owner is usually the first to settle in a sparsely populated area – some services are needed no matter how transitional the setting. As more people flock to the area, more businesses follow, including the corporate types. In the beginning – an independent pizza joint; later – a Pizza Hut. Thirty years ago,… Continue Reading Business survival of the fittest

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People on the Move

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Martha M. Barton, president and CEO of Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care, has been elected president of the Board of Directors for the Colorado Hospice Organization. Larry Scott has joined Prudential Professional Realtors as an agent. Before becoming a real estate agent, Scott owned a manufacturer’s rep firm in California. Mary Lee Lobato has… Continue Reading People on the Move

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A staff report The Web Marketing Association is accepting entries for its 8th annual WebAward Competition (www.webaward.org), the Internet’s premier award competition that judges website development against an ever increasing Internet standard of excellence and against peer sites within an industry. The WebAward Competition recognizes the individual and team achievement of Web professionals who create… Continue Reading Web Marketing Association prepares for award competition

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Hannigan's focus is advancing philanthropy

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* Name: Michael Hannigan * Organization: Pikes Peak Community Foundation * Position: Executive director * Hometown: Denver * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: Off and on since 1971 * Education: Bachelor’s degree in geology from Colorado College; master’s degree in Education from the University of Colorado * A few words about your… Continue Reading Hannigan's focus is advancing philanthropy

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The state of high technology

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When the average, non-engineer-type person thinks about high technology, most likely what first comes to mind are computers, software products and cell phones. However, the meaning of high technology in the 21st century is wide open, from the Internet to biotechnology to microelectronics, and Mike Semmens believes the possibilities are endless as long as the… Continue Reading The state of high technology

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Downtown will feel loss of bookseller

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When the Chinook Bookshop closes on June 15, downtown Colorado Springs will be losing one of its most recognizable retailers. What effect the closing will have on the downtown business climate is uncertain. “We have a vibrant, pedestrian downtown, and without a new bookstore, it will hurt,” said Richard Skorman, owner of Poor Richard’s Bookstore… Continue Reading Downtown will feel loss of bookseller

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The Colorado Springs Independent and the Denver Newspaper Agency have entered into a distribution agreement that allows subscribers to receive home delivery of the weekly alternative newspaper and the Sunday edition of the Denver Post. The arrangement began March 18. “We always wanted to have stand-alone home delivery and they agreed to deliver our paper… Continue Reading Independent pairs with Sunday Denver Post for home delivery

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People on the Move

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Don Rogers has been named president and CEO of Pueblo Bank & Trust. Rogers comes to the organization from Lexington, Ky., with 32 years in bank management and 26 years serving as president/CEO. Jimmy Wilson has joined Dynalectric Co.’s Colorado Springs office as purchasing agent. Wilson will apply his background in electrical equipment and material… Continue Reading People on the Move

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* Name: Becky Houston * Organization: Barnstorm Visual Communications Inc. * Position: President * Hometown: An Arbor, Mich. * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: Seven years * Education: Bachelor’s degree in graphic design * A few words about your company: Barnstorm is a high-end graphic design studio. Our uniqueness and strength is… Continue Reading Houston leans toward technology-based design

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Water war hits sod farmers

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A water war is brewing in El Paso County’s eastern plains, and the business owners in the middle agree on one thing: The battle could last a long time. Declining water levels in the Upper Black Squirrel Basin, an alluvial aquifer that sits atop the Denver Basin, indicate that ground water depletion is exceeding the… Continue Reading Water war hits sod farmers

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