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Away from TV, Meister still delivers news

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Away from TV, Meister still delivers news

Some may not see the connection between weather forecasting and organizational communication. For Matt Meister, however, the two aren’t mutually exclusive. The former KRDO chief meteorologist began in April as director of communications for Falcon School District 49. In his new position, Meister hopes to transfer his ability to clearly deliver important information from the… Continue Reading Away from TV, Meister still delivers news

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Kudos! – September 5, 2014

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Lawyers earn recognition Four lawyers from the Colorado Springs office of Sherman and Howard were recognized by their peers in the 2015 Best Lawyers in America rankings. The recognized attorneys include Raymond Deeny, Stephen Hess, Glenn Schlabs and Milton (Skip) Smith. Agent volunteers, awarded Allstate agency owner David Lohman received the Agency Hands in the… Continue Reading Kudos! – September 5, 2014

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People on the Move – September 5, 2014

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The Citizens Project hired Deborah Walker as associate director. Walker holds a bachelor’s degree in history and a master of public administration degree and graduate certificate in nonprofit management from the University of Colorado. Joanne O’Hearn has joined the Tri-Lakes Cares team as its new case manager. O’Hearn earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology, and… Continue Reading People on the Move – September 5, 2014

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New works director preps for fresh beginning

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New works director preps for fresh beginning

Travis Easton, the city’s new public works director, brings with him some uncommon public service experience. Easton served as the mayor of Monument from 2009 until earlier this year. In addition, he has been a senior vice president of civil engineering with Nolte Vertical Five in the Pikes Peak region. He’ll transition at the end… Continue Reading New works director preps for fresh beginning

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Amy Lathen seeks mayor’s seat

In a press release sent out early Monday afternoon, El Paso County Commissioner Amy Lathen confirmed that she will run for Mayor in April’s municipal election. A formal announcement is expected soon. Lathen, 47, has served six years as the District 2 county commissioner. She has been a key member of the Stormwater Task Force, and… Continue Reading Amy Lathen seeks mayor’s seat

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Kudos! – August 29, 2014

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Clerk’s office staff earn certification Three staff members of the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder’s Office have received the certified elections and registration administrator certification through the Election Center’s Professional Education Program. County Clerk and Recorder Wayne Williams, Chief Deputy Chuck Broerman and Elections Specialist Brian McLellan attained the certification. American Overhead Door wins… Continue Reading Kudos! – August 29, 2014

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People on the Move – August 29, 2014

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Colorado Springs Health Partners welcomed Matthew Dunham, a new obstetrician-gynecologist, to the group. Dunham received his bachelor’s degree from Central Michigan University and his doctor of medicine degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. He joined the practice at the beginning of August after Dr. Larry Norfleet retired. Peak Vista… Continue Reading People on the Move – August 29, 2014

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New venture a personal challenge for Smith

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New venture a personal challenge for Smith

Brenda Smith has lived in Colorado Springs since she was 2. She was born in Colby, Kan., and moved here after her father died. In addition to her mother, she was raised in part by her six siblings -— all brothers. After growing up with the boys, the business world was not difficult for her… Continue Reading New venture a personal challenge for Smith

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Community Foundation CEO reflects on 16 years

Michael Hannigan, CEO of the Pikes Peak Community Foundation, will retire in December after 16 years as head of the organization. The fourth-generation Coloradan, former Colorado College administrator and educator spoke about turning an idea into a foundation with a cumulative community impact of $150 million. How did you end up CEO of the Pikes… Continue Reading Community Foundation CEO reflects on 16 years

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Kudos! – August 22, 2014

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Blue Star Recyclers receives grants Blue Star Recyclers received $25,000 grants each from the Kenneth King Foundation and the Denver Foundation to help fund the expansion of the company’s mission into the Denver area later this year. Founded in Colorado Springs in 2009, Blue Star creates jobs for people with autism and other disabilities by… Continue Reading Kudos! – August 22, 2014

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