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Trains transport body, mind, spirit during holidays

Trains transport body, mind, spirit during holidays

Do you hear what I hear? The holidays are knocking. Welcome the mad dash of Black Friday, the online fervor of Cyber Monday and the seemingly endless run of holiday parties, family obligations, soirées and shopping sprees that all but drown out the serenity of the season. Those seeking a slower pace may want to… Continue Reading Trains transport body, mind, spirit during holidays

Miller’s entry changes mayoral battlefield

Makepeace, Miller, Suthers & Lathen — it has a certain mellifluous ring, don’t you think? It could be a long-vanished New York law firm, sharing an office building with Nixon, Mudge, Rose, Guthrie, Alexander & Mitchell. But as the April 2015 municipal election approaches in Colorado Springs, it’ll be clear that MMS&L aren’t amiable partners… Continue Reading Miller’s entry changes mayoral battlefield

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Overview: Area needs balance

The Pikes Peak region is out of balance. That was the assessment of Al Wenstrand, chief business development officer of the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance, during the Tri-Lakes Economic Development Corporation’s annual State of the Region luncheon Nov. 20 at Palmer Lake. “Economic development is long-term, so balance is important,” Wenstrand said. “I would… Continue Reading Overview: Area needs balance

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Women’s Resource Agency makes difference

By Rhonda Van Pelt editorial@csbj.com Walk into Suite 3128 at The Citadel mall, near J.C. Penney and you’ll see racks of attractive clothing, shelves full of shoes, plus jewelry, scarves and other accessories. But you won’t see any price tags, because these are tickets to better lives for women and girls. That’s just part of… Continue Reading Women’s Resource Agency makes difference

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Going into the year-ending holiday season, you can see for yourself arguably the best news for the Colorado Springs-area business community every time you drive around the city. Check the signs at gas stations and convenience stores showing prices per gallon. That’s all you have to do. For several months now, we’ve seen the typical… Continue Reading Gas prices will help economy

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What is Cultural Intelligence? It is a person’s general capability to work effectively across cultures. Who needs it and why? Everyone in today’s increasingly global and diverse marketplace who is interested in global impact. CQ is measured and described by four capabilities that are qualitatively different yet inextricably connected: 1. Drive: Motivation to learn and… Continue Reading Here’s what you should know about cultural intelligence

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Colorado Kite & Ski lightens cost factor

It was just after 10 a.m. when a chilled Stan Wolf answered a call at his ski shop on the Westside of Colorado Springs. “Colorado Kite & Ski,” he answered enthusiastically. “Yes, we have everything you need for snowboarding. … Do not rent in the mountains — it’s like $45 a day and mine are… Continue Reading Colorado Kite & Ski lightens cost factor

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Trains transport mind, body and spirit during holidays

Do you hear what I hear? The holidays are knocking. Thanksgiving is less than a week away and, with its passing, begins the mad dash of Black Friday, the online fervor of Cyber Monday and the seemingly endless run of holiday parties, family obligations, soirées and shopping sprees that all but drown out the serenity… Continue Reading Trains transport mind, body and spirit during holidays

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Led by Sherpa, ski areas go high-tech

Skiing in Colorado has turned high-tech, with smartphone apps specific to markers on mountains, giving directions to the deep snow and even telling the users what’s on the menu. Hand in hand with the high-tech, terrain at some ski areas has been molded to the younger skier, targeting families introducing young children to the sport.… Continue Reading Led by Sherpa, ski areas go high-tech

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Tri-Lakes YMCA opens expanded facilities

The Tri-Lakes YMCA in Monument hosted an open house Nov. 17 for its newly expanded Healthy Living Center. The center grew from 46,000 to 52,000 square feet, according to Boyd Williams, president and CEO of YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region. The YMCA also nearly doubled the amount of equipment it offers and made multiple… Continue Reading Tri-Lakes YMCA opens expanded facilities

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