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Kudos! – October 5, 2012

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Book drive to benefit Head Start children Community Partnership for Child Development has teamed up with Aspen Auto Clinic to hold a book drive for CPCD’s Sit Together and Read literacy program. In October, community members can drop off new, unused children’s books at any Aspen Auto Clinic location and receive a $10 oil change… Continue Reading Kudos! – October 5, 2012

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People on the Move – October 5, 2012

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Tom Florczak has been named Colorado Springs deputy city attorney and will report to City Attorney Chris Melcher. Florczak begins Oct. 15. He previously served as the Pueblo City Attorney and was in private practice prior to that post. He has more than 34 years of practice in municipal law. Kelly Sparks was named vice… Continue Reading People on the Move – October 5, 2012

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On the Horizon – October 5, 2012

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Oct. 9 EPIIC Night The El Pomar Institute for Innovation and Commercialization hosts its October EPIIC Night at 5:30 p.m. at UCCS Berger Hall. Charles Sizemore, chief investment officer of Sizemore Capital Management, will discuss the aging of baby boomers and what it means for the American economy; the importance of investing for income; and… Continue Reading On the Horizon – October 5, 2012

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An ode to purposeful Internet privacy

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In the constant back-and-forth battle of privacy versus subscription, there are some unusual casualties: Users are starting to sabotage themselves. Users have been so conditioned to expect unrelenting spam and email /robo call torture after filling out an online form, they have started automatically filling out all forms with bogus email addresses and phone numbers,… Continue Reading An ode to purposeful Internet privacy

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Supporters of propane believe it is the answer to the country’s jobs, energy and clean-air problems — but environmentalists are no longer buying into those claims. Continue Reading Propane could answer fuel needs, but enviros skeptical

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Stars, friends align to make Zodiac a success

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Zodiac Venue Address: 230 Pueblo Ave. Owners: Gentle Fritz and Christina Stone Employees: 8 Website: zodiacvenue.com Gentle Fritz and Christina Stone repeatedly heard others say their business, the Zodiac Venue, would fail. Naysayers were quick to point out that others tried to make a go of a bar in that off-the-beaten-path building — where Pueblo… Continue Reading Stars, friends align to make Zodiac a success

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City spending increases in 2013 budget

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For the business community, there’s a lot to like in Mayor Bach’s proposed 2013 budget, unveiled at a Monday news conference Continue Reading City spending increases in 2013 budget

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Women’s Chamber plots new strategy

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Twenty years after a group of women formed their own local chamber of commerce, the Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce finally is growing up Continue Reading Women’s Chamber plots new strategy

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Scialdone’s steadiness leads to CEO position

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Mike Scialdone has steered Memorial Health System during the highs and lows of the past four years. Continue Reading Scialdone’s steadiness leads to CEO position

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Restaurateurs partner on deal site, LiveOnLocal.com

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A pair of local restaurateurs fed up with bad returns from deal-of-the-day websites like Groupon and Living Social have started their own version. The difference, they say, is that their site — LiveOnLocal.com — is designed to fill restaurant seats rather than somebody else’s pockets. When Greg Howard, owner of McCabe’s Tavern, 520 S. Tejon… Continue Reading Restaurateurs partner on deal site, LiveOnLocal.com

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