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Manitou retail pot ballot question likely

Less than two months after Manitou Springs City Council approved the licensing of retail marijuana businesses on the city’s eastern edge, one band of disapproving opponents still hasn’t given up. Manitou business owner Tim Haas, who started the campaign known as “No Retail Marijuana in Manitou Springs,” said he estimates the group has gathered between… Continue Reading Manitou retail pot ballot question likely

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The two young professionals came from different backgrounds, Scott growing up here and graduating from Colorado College, and William coming from a small town in the South and finishing his degree at a young, growing urban university not unlike UCCS. They met in 1977, hired by the same employer to tackle a daunting challenge. Their… Continue Reading Routon: Rising Stars today have reason to stay

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Food Designers will design, build and serve

The Food Designers, Motif Info: 115 S. 25th St., 632-5414 In business: Purchased existing business in 2005 Number of employees: 7 full-time; 30-40 part-time The Food Designers do more than that: They invent, build and serve culinary delights for your special event, whether it’s a wedding, a bar mitzvah or a special dinner party in… Continue Reading Food Designers will design, build and serve

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Manitou Brewing becomes reality

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Manitou Brewing becomes reality

It was the perfect escape from the typical March weather in Colorado. As people lined the streets for Manitou Springs’ Carnivale Mardi Gras celebration, the area’s newest brewery became reality. Manitou Brewing, at 725 Manitou Ave. in the Promenade building, opened its doors March 1 and was met with a packed house almost instantly with… Continue Reading Manitou Brewing becomes reality

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Opinion: Disasters have their aftershocks

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Opinion: Disasters have their aftershocks

In today’s nonstop world of breaking news, far too often we move to the next headlines and forget yesterday’s major stories — even when they happen here among us. Surely the residents of our area haven’t forgotten the natural disasters of the past two years. But sometimes it seems that way. We endured the nightmare… Continue Reading Opinion: Disasters have their aftershocks

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Robin Roberts: Banking marijuana businesses – why we should care

Recently, financial institutions and marijuana-related businesses received important new information from the federal government. The guidance should remove some obstacles that restrict access to banking services for these businesses. While the new direction has been applauded by many in the marijuana industry, many in the banking community continue to express reservations that the new guidance… Continue Reading Robin Roberts: Banking marijuana businesses – why we should care

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If you ever spent much time with UCCS economics professor Daphne Greenwood, one point should’ve been abundantly clear. She’s usually the smartest person in the room. That’s why we should pay attention to her newly released study of the business of local government, “The Decision to Contract Out: Understanding the Full Economic and Social Impacts.”… Continue Reading Greenwood’s study sheds new light on outsourcing

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People on the Move – March 14, 2014

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Stephanie Wurtz joined Colorado College as its director of internal communications. She has earned her bachelor of journalism and master of strategic communications degrees from the University of Missouri School of Journalism.   Alisa Hartleib as the new Rocky Mountain Group marketing assistant. Hartleib has more than seven years marketing experience. Hartleib has a bachelor’s… Continue Reading People on the Move – March 14, 2014

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Kudos! – March 14, 2014

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STORServer honored STORServer, a leading provider of data backup solutions, announced that the STORServer Enterprise Backup Appliance 2202 has received the only “Best in Class” designation in analyst firm DCIG’s 2014-15 Integrated Backup Appliance Buyer’s Guide. Spirit of the Springs The Spirit of the Springs Award was presented to Alyssa Magalong. Magalong is the 2013… Continue Reading Kudos! – March 14, 2014

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On the Horizon – March 14, 2014

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March 14 Connect for Health El Paso County residents still have time to explore health insurance options. Connect for Health Colorado will have a team in Colorado Springs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments Building, 14 S. Chestnut St., offering free assistance to answer questions, help shop… Continue Reading On the Horizon – March 14, 2014

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