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RBA paints positive local view

A group of nearly 300 top employers across the area plans to add 4,839 jobs over the next three years, the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance reported Tuesday in its year-end member investor briefing. Also, the Business Alliance is courting nine unnamed companies that are seriously considering relocation with the potential of bringing a total of… Continue Reading RBA paints positive local view

Water’s limitations about to haunt us

‘People love Colorado. Our population ballooned from 1 million in 1930, to over 5 million today, and is projected to grow even faster in the future. So how do we ensure that this population growth doesn’t change what we know and love about our state? When it comes to our water, this plan has answers.”… Continue Reading Water’s limitations about to haunt us

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Those of us who attended Tuesday’s City Council meeting, or watched it on TV, learned one thing: Council is mad, mad, mad! In fact, they’re MAD  AS  HELL, and they’re not going to take it anymore! Who are they mad at? Our honorable Mayor Steve Bach, whom they characterize as contemptuous, dismissive and unyielding when… Continue Reading Council-Bach feud spirals down to new depths

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Two developments related to Interstate 25 have come up in recent weeks, and they will have an impact on Colorado Springs for the next few years. So much of an impact, we should point out, that the city should be thinking proactively of ways to deal with it. Most folks are aware by now that… Continue Reading City should prepare for I-25 work overlap

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President Obama suggests the federal government pay for 50,000 new lapel-size cameras for police officers as part of the response to the killing of an unarmed teenager in Ferguson, Mo. University of Virginia president Teresa Sullivan closes fraternities until the spring semester and suggests a coordinated police action against underage drinking on campus in response… Continue Reading What we really need in America is moral consistency

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In a Denver hotel ballroom Monday afternoon, Richard Wobbekind of the University of Colorado confirmed what almost anyone close to the state’s business scene already knew. Colorado’s economy continues to be strong, as confirmed by most of the 2015 Colorado Business Economic Outlook. That report, produced annually by CU Boulder’s Leeds School of Business by… Continue Reading Colorado outlook can’t hurt us

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Collins blends his architecture with history

Architect Mike Collins loves to laugh. He tells stories with brilliant color, emotion and animation that can only be described as atypical. He relates well to people of all backgrounds, from a publishing leader to the board of Fountain Valley School, whence he graduated in 1956. Spend an hour or so with Collins, 77, and… Continue Reading Collins blends his architecture with history

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Area’s best work: Choices by the decades

Colorado Springs was founded in 1871, 12 years after its western neighbor, Colorado City. The first buildings here were log cabins and thrown-together structures described in a contemporary account as “miserable shacks.” They soon were replaced by substantial creations in wood, brick and stone as cities arose on the once-pristine lands at the base of… Continue Reading Area’s best work: Choices by the decades

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Dr. Theolyn Price initiated to FACS Theolyn Price, M.D., was initiated into the Fellows of the American College of Surgeons (FACS) at the college’s 2014 annual Clinical Congress in San Francisco, Calif., last month. Price received a medical doctorate in 2002 from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham and is currently practicing… Continue Reading Kudos! – December 12, 2014

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Taylor Stamp joined Quantum Commercial Group as a licensed broker associate specializing in office and industrial leasing and sales. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Brendan Clarke has joined NAI Highland Commercial Real Estate Services in Colorado Springs. He had been a commercial pilot and a military fighter pilot… Continue Reading People on the Move – December 12, 2014

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