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Memorial lease benefits students, too

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In the continuing back-and-forth conversation over the future of Memorial Health System, there are a number of organizations that will undoubtedly be affected by the Colorado Springs voters’ final decision. These include our many nonprofit medical providers, our urgent-care facilities and Memorial itself. But what about those schools of medical education that are pumping new… Continue Reading Memorial lease benefits students, too

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Mining lives on outside Cripple Creek

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James Grafton, a prominent Colorado attorney, poet and historian once grouped the state’s settlements into four classes. Continue Reading Mining lives on outside Cripple Creek

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While Mayor Steve Bach won’t talk about his plans for job creation, local economists have ideas of their own. “I’m intrigued by some of the options,” Tom Binnings, partner at Summit Economics, said. “I think the EDC historically has targeted the right industries — the high-tech, high-paying jobs. But maybe there are some ‘sleepers’ we… Continue Reading How to get there: Local economists have ideas for stimulating job growth

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Mayor Steve Bach has set an ambitious goal for himself and the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC — to create 18,000 new jobs during the next three years. Continue Reading Mayor Bach sets aggressive jobs goal, but is it possible?

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Revolution Dance Academy Employees: 18 Contact: 637-8033 or revolutiondanceacademy.net Open House: 11 a.m. Aug. 18, 7388 McClain Point One year ago, two Colorado Springs dance dads debuted their Revolution Dance Academy, a studio offering lessons in all genres of dance. Like a dance ensemble, the business required movement, timing and skill. Building their business was both grueling… Continue Reading Two dance dads make ‘grand jete’ into dance business

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When the Waldo Canyon fire roared closer to Colorado Springs on June 26, Jeff Beauprez, president and CEO of Colorado Networks, started getting frantic phone calls from businesses along the Garden of the Gods Road corridor. Continue Reading Cyber security and disaster planning go hand in hand

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Colorado Springs Commercial Real Estate, which has an affiliation with national brokerage Cushman & Wakefield, doubled in size and scope this month. Continue Reading Cushman & Wakefield doubles local size and focus

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Next Friday will bring the last of the big summer hoopla events and parties downtown. Dubbed the Finish Festival, the USA Pro Challenge party will end a trilogy of giant downtown fests with street closures, this one with bands playing and a 15-minute fireworks show from the garage rooftop of Cowboys Night Club. The downtown… Continue Reading Downtown becomes the place to party this summer

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Buying new: Car sales climbing again

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Dealers of new cars in Colorado Springs aren’t using the “recession” word anymore. Instead, they’re busier than they have been in years. Continue Reading Buying new: Car sales climbing again

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People on the Move – August 17, 2012

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James Doidge has joined the Colorado Springs branch of Wells Fargo Advisers as first vice president — investments. Doidge has 15 years experience in the industry, most recently with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney. Matthew Kelley, CFP of Gold Medal Waters, Inc. has earned the Five Star Professional Award, which is awarded to service professionals, such… Continue Reading People on the Move – August 17, 2012

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