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Aug. 11 Job search 401 Expanding your connections through social media workshop from 10 a.m.-noon, 1675 Garden of the Gods Road, Suite 1107. To register, visit ppwfc.org. Job search 501 Federal jobs: How to apply workshop from 2-4 p.m., 1675 Garden of the Gods Road, Suite 1107. To register, visit ppwfc.org. Export assistance Export assistance… Continue Reading On the Horizon – August 8, 2014

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Teach for America Teach For America − Colorado has named Kelley Pomis as deputy executive director, effective immediately. A native of Colorado Springs and a graduate of Colorado State University, Pomis will be responsible for leading the nonprofit organization’s local operations in Colorado Springs. Newspaper launched The Mountaintop Journal, a faith-based monthly newspaper based in… Continue Reading Kudos! – August 8, 2014

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Karen King joined ADD STAFF as a staffing manager. King has a bachelor of arts degree from California State University. Melinda Jackson joins the sales and catering team at the Hotel Eleganté Conference and Event Center. Her hotel knowledge and experiences include operations, catering convention services and group sales for Marriott, Hilton, IHG and independent… Continue Reading People on the Move – August 8, 2014

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Maggie’s Farm: first RMJ shop in region

   

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Army vet brings skill set to inspections

Retired Army veteran Nate Hollis needed a post-military career that would best utilize his attention to detail. Hollis spent his active-duty career either maintaining UH1H Huey helicopters or managing those who did. Today, Hollis owns and operates RCP Home Inspections, a company he launched this year. Starting RCP Home Inspections (the RCP stands for Residential… Continue Reading Army vet brings skill set to inspections

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Another August, another Copper Triangle, and another couple of weeks of being broke. We left Colorado Springs last Friday afternoon for Copper Mountain, stayed in a pleasant studio at Copper Mountain Resort on Friday and Saturday nights, and came back Sunday afternoon. The bike ride was wonderful, as always. What’s not to like about an… Continue Reading Triangle reaffirms what Colorado Springs needs

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Denver cultural district: possible role model?

In November 1988, voters in the six-county Denver Metro Area (Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson) were asked to approve a 1/10 of a cent sales tax for something called the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District. The district’s purpose: “to distribute funds for the support of cultural facilities whose primary purpose is to enlighten… Continue Reading Denver cultural district: possible role model?

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UCCS arts center on track for 2017

Talk of the UCCS Visual and Performing Arts Center has been relatively quiet since last year, when the university announced plans to build the sprawling cultural complex. Word of a Trader Joe’s moving into the nearby University Village Colorado and of other major projects on the Cragmor Campus have overshadowed the planning phase for the… Continue Reading UCCS arts center on track for 2017

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Apartment sales hot in local area

Colorado Springs is the newest hot market for the sale of apartments, according to information from the El Paso County Assessor’s Office. The total sales volume of apartment complexes of more than 30 units between Jan. 1 and July 1 in the county topped more than $273.5 million. That compares with a sales volume in… Continue Reading Apartment sales hot in local area

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Regional leaders bring their ideas

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When the subject has been economic development in the Business Journal, usually the focal point of the conversation has been the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance, and understandably so. But sometimes it helps to hear other opinions, especially when they’re coming from others in our midst who also have an ownership stake in the regional… Continue Reading Regional leaders bring their ideas

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