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Create partnerships with Denver. Collaborate with the county and the rest of the state. Become Colorado Springs’ business recruiter, head cheerleader and economic developer. Those are just some of the pieces of advice from Colorado Springs’ top business leaders for the city’s newly elected strong mayor, Steve Bach, who has said that enhancing the city’s… Continue Reading Springs business leaders offer advice for Mayor Bach

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At Zach Plagenza’s gym, pushing, shoving and hitting are absolutely encouraged. He opened X-Treme Challenge Gladiator Fusion Arena in Colorado Springs eight months ago and kids and adults have been smacking each other around ever since. X-Treme Challenge is a 6,500-square-foot gym inside Mr. Biggs Family Fun Center, 5825 Mark Dabling Blvd., and features more… Continue Reading Get in touch with inner gladiator at X-Treme Challenge

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If you’re like most of us, your workdays are inundated with meetings — whether with customers, employees, vendors, bankers or professional advisors. It might seem like the last thing you need is another meeting, but are you missing “the most important” meetings? Most meetings take care of day-to-day business, but how often do you meet… Continue Reading Are you missing all your most important meetings?

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Jay Cimino is president of the Phil Long dealerships, the largest automotive dealerships in the Pikes Peak Region. He’s using traditional business values to push his organization toward success in the future. How and when did you become involved in the auto business? Under the direction of Mr. Philip Long, my good friend, I came… Continue Reading Jay Cimino has resolve for Ford, heart for charity

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The Colorado Springs City Council appears poised to move forward with a ballot issue to determine Memorial Health System’s fate — despite the $246 million it will cost to move its employees from the state’s public pension program. This week, the council formed a task force that will review ballot language and complete work started… Continue Reading Memorial task force will mull Nov. ballot language

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People on the Move – May 27, 2011

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Peak Vista Community Health Centers has announced its association with Elizabeth Barron and Meghan Cogswell. Cogswell formerly worked at Integrity Family Health Care in Colorado Springs and will now provide care at Peak Vista’s Family Health Center at Union. Barron was formerly associated with family medicine practices in Pueblo and Michigan. She will now provide… Continue Reading People on the Move – May 27, 2011

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On the Horizon – May 27, 2011

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June 3 Rockies Counseling Center open house Members of the community can receive therapy at RCC for a flat fee of $25 with insurance. A sliding scale is in place for individuals who have no insurance or limited ability to pay. Nobody is denied care based on ability to pay. Open House begins at 4… Continue Reading On the Horizon – May 27, 2011

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BALTIMORE, MD — It’s a hypothetical scenario, of course, that you’d find yourself standing by the side of the highway frantically updating your Facebook status to see if your friends happen to be driving down the same highway and will stop to help you. Wouldn’t it give you a heart attack if one of your… Continue Reading 500 Facebook friends won’t help you fix your flat tire

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The Colorado Department of Transportation approved its Statewide Transportation Improvement Plan last week, a six-year list of priority projects, but few jobs were listed for Colorado Springs. The plan includes funding outlooks for the expansion of Woodman Road between Powers Boulevard and Interstate 25 and for a study of capacity on Highway 24 between I-25… Continue Reading Few Springs projects on CDOT list

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by Caitlin Kelly, 226 pages, $25.95, c.2011, Penguin Portfolio It’s all about the fit. When you’ve been shopping for just the right thing, that’s all you want: for that perfect article of clothing to look good on you. As long as it’s not stretching across the shoulders, too long or too short, sagging or making your… Continue Reading Book Review: “Malled: My Unintentional Career in Retail”

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