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Roads: Too many, too bad, perhaps too late?

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Roads: Too many, too bad, perhaps too late?

On the highway to hell Highway to hell I’m on the highway to hell And I’m goin’ down All the way  —AC/DC, 1980 Too bad AC/DC lead vocalist Bon Scott is no longer with us. Were we so blessed, he might confirm that the Highway to Hell could be any of a hundred major arterials… Continue Reading Roads: Too many, too bad, perhaps too late?

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On the Horizon – June 20, 2014

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June 20 Addiction, the hidden costs Workshop on the faces of addiction and costs of addiction, in addition to the solutions. The free workshop is from 9-11 a.m. at the Intellitec Medical Institute, 6805 Corporate Drive, Room 103. Seating is limited. Call 219-1205. June 21 Building a home Learn how to build a home from… Continue Reading On the Horizon – June 20, 2014

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Kudos! – June 20, 2014

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Scholarship recipient Ashley Renee Gardner received the ANB Bank Dennis Nathan Scholarship. The ANB Bank Dennis Nathan Scholarship fund was created in late 2013 after former ANB Bank President and CEO Dennis Nathan died. The fund also contributes to the UCCS College of Business to allow students to maintain a stronger focus on their academic… Continue Reading Kudos! – June 20, 2014

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People on the Move – June 20, 2014

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Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Lee Taylor joined Trine Aerospace and Defense as chief operating officer. He worked 28 years in the Air Force dealing with maintenance management. Ent Federal Credit Union promoted Victoria Selfridge to vice president of corporate communications. Selfridge graduated from Georgia Tech with a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering. Peak… Continue Reading People on the Move – June 20, 2014

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Sox and Springs Rescue partner to fight homelessness

The Colorado Springs Sky Sox and Springs Rescue Mission will join forces to make a significant and positive impact on the lives of the homeless and hungry in Colorado Springs. For the 2014 season, Sky Sox fans are encouraged to bring non-perishable food, clothing and personal items to every game they attend. The Springs Rescue… Continue Reading Sox and Springs Rescue partner to fight homelessness

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Tony’s moves across Tejon

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Tony’s moves across Tejon

More than a year after the owner of Tony’s Bar kickstarted the relocation process, the downtown Colorado Springs mainstay has finally opened across the street from its former home. Tony’s opened Thursday as a reinvented version of itself at 326 N. Tejon St., just a whiskey stone’s throw from 311 N. Tejon St. where the… Continue Reading Tony’s moves across Tejon

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Catamount Institute takes classroom outdoors

Several girls gathered to the west of the giant, muddy puddle that had formed just outside the boundaries of Sondermann Park, where the sounds of Interstate 25 are all but lost alongside the gurgle of Mesa Creek. “I’m not touching any mud,” one said, matter-of-factly. “Me either,” was the response. All of that changed. The… Continue Reading Catamount Institute takes classroom outdoors

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From breakfast, Range Riders take off into the sunrise

For years, when they were little boys, Mike Jorgensen and Cory Shultz would attend the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo Breakfast in downtown Colorado Springs. They’d marvel wide-eyed at the cowboys riding horses there, while the boys sat on bales of hay and ate breakfast made by Fort Carson soldiers. The breakfast — this year… Continue Reading From breakfast, Range Riders take off into the sunrise

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Skorman’s trend-setting businesses live on

The feeling a shopper or diner has when entering Richard Skorman’s businesses depends on which business she enters. There’s Little Richard’s Toy Store, blasted by the bright colors of toys begging to be played with. There’s Poor Richard’s Books and Gifts, permeated with the sublime smell of books, new and used stories, lessons and tomes… Continue Reading Skorman’s trend-setting businesses live on

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Art on the Streets – 16 years and going strong

Thursday marked the launch of downtown Colorado Springs’ 16th annual Art on the Streets program, displaying 11 large-scale installations in public spaces throughout the city’s core. “Art on the Streets celebrates the power of art in public places, turning the streets of downtown Colorado Springs into a year-long outdoor sculpture gallery,” according to a Downtown… Continue Reading Art on the Streets – 16 years and going strong

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