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Not many people know that a cowboy music recording studio, Western Jubilee, is just off downtown’s main corridor, and that’s the way owner Scott O’Malley likes it. Continue Reading Western Jubilee likes its place away from the bustle

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There has been a lot of hype surrounding the 2012 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. Believe it. This race will be bigger, faster and already is set to make more money than all previous years. Even though race organizers had to reschedule the event — from July 8 to Aug. 12 because of the Waldo… Continue Reading Hill Climb revving up for record-breaking event

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Rebuilding: Look at it as an opportunity

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The entire nation has been watching. We’ve seen what’s happened to Colorado Springs, and the nation is heartbroken for your city, your businesses, your homes, and the incredible destruction of one of the most beautiful places in our country. The question on everyone’s mind is: What now? How long will it take to come back… Continue Reading Rebuilding: Look at it as an opportunity

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On the Horizon – July 12, 2012

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July 17 Breakfast with Chamber-EDC president The Greater Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC is hosting breakfast with its new president and CEO Joe Raso from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Mining Exchange hotel, 8 S. Nevada Ave. Raso will discuss the issues the chamber and EDC will be focused on the coming year. Cost… Continue Reading On the Horizon – July 12, 2012

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Kudos! – July 12, 2012

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Doctor receives John H. Drabing Award Dr. John Kurish received the Colorado Springs Osteopathic Foundation’s highest accolade, the John H. Drabing Award, at its annual business membership meeting. Kurish received this award for his extraordinary dedication to and support of the foundation. The award is named in honor of one of the foundation’s founding members,… Continue Reading Kudos! – July 12, 2012

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Looking back at a front-row seat to history

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Leo Stoecker sits at the dining room table in the spacious North End bungalow he shares with his son. His life’s work is spread out before him … Continue Reading Looking back at a front-row seat to history

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At the height of the Waldo Canyon fire, the Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado website was getting two or three cash donations per minute for fire relief efforts. In the midst of it all, someone sent in $50 for the children’s school “send hunger packing” program, where children get a backpack filled… Continue Reading Money flows into nonprofits; accountants track every penny

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Consider a paradigm shift

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When scientists discover their framework of assumptions and problem-solving methods no longer works, they must move to a new framework in which they do. It used to be called a paradigm shift. The shift occurs because the old paradigm no longer can accommodate new variables. It’s still a mystery exactly when such shifts take place.… Continue Reading Consider a paradigm shift

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Entrepreneurship: Succeed or bust

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Are you meant to be an entrepreneur? Do you have what it takes to build a business for yourself? Do you have a great idea that needs to be in the marketplace? 1. Do you love what you do? Are you passionate about getting up in the morning and starting to work on your business?… Continue Reading Entrepreneurship: Succeed or bust

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Throughout the business and nonprofit sectors of Colorado Springs, we’re seeing a transition now as we move away from the massive, immediate response to the Waldo Canyon fire. Now, and for weeks to come, the city will evolve into dealing with ongoing issues and needs on a more permanent basis. Again, as has been said… Continue Reading City can’t forget its newest weapon in plotting post-fire strategy

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