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On the Horizon – February 20, 2015

Feb. 20 Legislative watch Regional Business Alliance meets twice monthly to discuss proposed laws that affect business; free, from 7:30-9 a.m., Alamo Center Conference Room, 102 S. Tejon St. For information, 471-8183. Wines of Italy Wine festival to benefit the Colorado Springs Conservatory, 7 p.m., The Broadmoor Colorado Hall. Tickets at conservatory.org or 577-4556. Feb.… Continue Reading On the Horizon – February 20, 2015

SKR+Co CPA completes Cannon Trust School Stockman Kast Ryan + Co., a locally owned certified public accounting firm, announced CPA and Tax Partner Ann Koenigsman recently completed the Cannon Trust School as an honor graduate, the highest academic distinction, and was awarded the Certified Trust & Financial Advisor designation from the Institute of Certified Bankers,… Continue Reading Kudos! – February 20, 2015

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Steve Urbano joined Studio C3 as a creative and director. Urbano is a live action and animation director for commercials and networks. He has worked with the Discovery Channel, Pepsi, Ford and others and most recently wrote and directed a commercial with NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon. Studio C3 was founded in Colorado Springs and expanded… Continue Reading People on the Move – February 20, 2015

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Like many others, you may struggle with a stalled career or lack of personal and professional growth. The prospect of initiating change is daunting. This is particularly true if you’re looking for a job, wanting to change companies or start a new career. When times are good, you charge forward on autopilot without much thought.… Continue Reading Career in gridlock? Change your GPS

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Few people go to the hospital expecting their hospital stay to kill them. But sometimes it does. No one is sure of the precise number of people who die because of mistakes made in hospitals, but it’s not small. Every patient is potentially at risk. Even though hospitals don’t intentionally harm people in their care,… Continue Reading Hospital mistakes still kill too many

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The Field of Council Dreams is set, and the race has officially begun — so welcome to our messy, chaotic, wonderfully democratic and deeply satisfying city elections. On April 7, we’ll vote to choose three candidates among 13 aspirants for at-large seats on City Council. In addition, voters in District 2 can choose between Kanda… Continue Reading Build your own government

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Polaris Pointe to include water park

Nearly five years after Polaris Pointe (formerly Copper Ridge at Northgate) began as an urban renewal project in north Colorado Springs, businesses continue to slowly populate the development, including a large indoor water park and resort expected to open next year. Still without the infrastructure that was expected to support Polaris Pointe’s growth, developer/investor Gary… Continue Reading Polaris Pointe to include water park

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InterQuest Parkway making snail’s progress

At its northernmost point, Powers Boulevard is met with a juxtaposition. By now, InterQuest Parkway was supposed to be a vibrant strip of hotels, entertainment venues, restaurants, offices and residences. Instead, semi-finished buildings left vacant for 10 years stand mere feet from new construction. Stymied by a stagnant economy and developer bankruptcy, associated players are… Continue Reading InterQuest Parkway making snail’s progress

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Palmer Lake inn sold

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Palmer Lake inn sold

Advanced Recovery Systems, a behavioral health care management company based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is in the final stages of purchasing the Inn at Palmer Divide in Palmer Lake. ARS treats people for substance abuse, alcoholism, addictions and eating disorders with related mental health treatment programs and centers. Allison Walsh, vice president of business development… Continue Reading Palmer Lake inn sold

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Big shots’ gun spot making noise

At Magnum Shooting Center, business started not with a whimper… “We had 1,700 paid members before we opened,” said Todd Lockburner, principal and general manager of the region’s Super Wal-Mart of firearms, located just off Northgate Boulevard and Interstate 25. The $7 million, 33,000-square-foot center opened at Polaris Pointe in November with the help of… Continue Reading Big shots’ gun spot making noise

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