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Salzman merges with ERA Shields

Salzman merges with ERA Shields

Harry Salzman sold real estate from the same 538 Garden of the Gods Road location for more than 30 years. Monday, Salzman merged his company with ERA Shields, 5475 Tech Center Drive. That day, his Realtor license officially transferred to ERA Shields. Later in the week, the former Salzman Real Estate headquarters building was to… Continue Reading Salzman merges with ERA Shields

Drake: What’s the true cost?

“To understand where you’re going, it helps to understand where you’ve been.” That hoary cliché is particularly applicable when seeking to understand why Colorado Springs Utilities clings to the Martin Drake downtown coal-fired power plant. Exasperated Drake opponents have argued that the plant’s three generating units are old (dating from the 1960s and 1970s), accident-prone… Continue Reading Drake: What’s the true cost?

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Here’s a profoundly irritating campaign trope, to which most of our council/mayor candidates seem to subscribe: “Governments don’t create jobs — companies, entrepreneurs and people create jobs. The role of government is to remove obstacles to business and stick to the basics — public safety, infrastructure and parks!” That sounds great on the campaign trail,… Continue Reading Yes, government should help create jobs

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Four months ago, when the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance began looking for a new president and CEO, the group’s leaders promised a thorough search that would focus on finding the best candidate — preferably someone already in our midst. That, plus the RBA setting up a selection committee to come up with possible options,… Continue Reading Draper: Perfect fit for Regional Business Alliance

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Small businesses do everything in their power to keep their workplace from burning down in a fire. Most businesses probably have an emergency plan of escape just in case. But many small- to medium-sized businesses are overlooking a critical component in keeping their businesses secure — they are not protected or prepared for a non-physical,… Continue Reading Cybersecurity tips help small businesses

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Morals, treatments for cancer discussed

Cancer has no prejudice. Half of all American men will face cancer during their lives, and one-third of the women will as well. Cancer claims 600,000 lives annually in this country, and specialists estimate that by 2030, cancer will have struck 22 million persons worldwide, said Steve ErkenBrack, president and CEO of Rocky Mountain Health… Continue Reading Morals, treatments for cancer discussed

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Clinic’s laser means tattoos less permanent

If the only thing you have to remember Spring Break ’98 is that tattoo of Yosemite Sam brandishing two bottles of tequila on your — ahem … Have hope! There’s a PicoSure in town. Those who didn’t just get the T-shirt aren’t alone — the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery reported 96,000 tattoo removal procedures… Continue Reading Clinic’s laser means tattoos less permanent

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Center could ease local physician shortage

El Paso County has a primary care physician shortage, according to a 2014 study by the Colorado Health Institute entitled “Colorado’s Primary Care Workforce: A Study of Regional Disparities.” The report finds the county has no more than one primary care physician for every 2,501 residents, earning it a “low capacity” rating, the study’s second-lowest… Continue Reading Center could ease local physician shortage

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March 30 Job Fair Make the Job Fair Work for You seminar at the Pikes Peak Workforce Center, from 10 a.m.-noon, free, 1675 Garden of the Gods Road. To register, ppwfc.org and click on adult workshops. Also from 2-4 p.m. March 31. April 1 Improved resume Improve your resume, from 10 a.m.-noon, free, Pikes Peak… Continue Reading On the Horizon – March 27, 2015

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Elizabeth Dole Foundation Fellows names Colorado rep The Elizabeth Dole Foundation announced Elizabeth Huddleston of Colorado Springs has been selected for the 2015 class of military and veteran caregivers chosen for the Elizabeth Dole Foundation Fellows program. The Foundation’s Fellowship is a national program comprised of military and veteran caregivers who serve as advocates and… Continue Reading Kudos! – March 27, 2015

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