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Lorig’s makes more history in new spot

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Lorig’s makes more history in new spot

Lorig’s Western retailer first opened downtown in 1932 where the Plaza of the Rockies stands today. Its state tax identification number was 25. “Today they’re like six or eight digits long,” said Scott Roney, who bought the business in 2008 and moved it Aug. 1 to its new location at 2611 W. Colorado Ave. Roney,… Continue Reading Lorig’s makes more history in new spot

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Museum leaders aim high for design

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Museum leaders aim high for design

When the City for Champions project first was announced more than a year ago, the proposed U.S. Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame was front and center. Headed by the formidable Dick Celeste, it seemed obvious the museum would have the largest impact of any of the four projects. Celeste envisioned an “iconic” structure that… Continue Reading Museum leaders aim high for design

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Rosie’s Diner cornerstone to Tri-Lakes

MONUMENT — A.B. Tellez cut his teeth in the restaurant business at a family-owned amusement park in Juarez, Mexico. Tellez, who owns Rosie’s Diner in Monument, grew up in El Paso, Texas, and spent his summers across the border. “The first two years, all I did was chip ice for beer,” Tellez said. “My third… Continue Reading Rosie’s Diner cornerstone to Tri-Lakes

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Marine retiree leads Monument’s growth

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Marine retiree leads Monument’s growth

Known as “Raf” to his friends, Monument Mayor Rafael Dominguez, 49, believes it’s “easy to govern when you’re not a politician.” He moved to Monument eight years ago after retiring from the U.S. Marine Corps. Shortly after, he joined the town’s planning commission. He’s been serving on the town board more than five years, and… Continue Reading Marine retiree leads Monument’s growth

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Prosperity suits Monument’s name

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Prosperity suits Monument’s name

The town of Monument is wearing its name well. Located at the base of Rampart Range in northern El Paso County, the once-small settlement known to most as a convenient pit stop along Interstate 25 is building itself up as a pillar of economic prosperity. The population of the 5-square-mile sliver of a town has… Continue Reading Prosperity suits Monument’s name

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Palmer Lake resurgence fills vacancies

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Palmer Lake resurgence fills vacancies

Two years ago, the scenic stretch of State Highway 105 separating downtown Monument from downtown Palmer Lake was pocked with vacant storefronts, many remnants of foreclosures in an area largely forgotten. Today, once-vacant commercial buildings are filling with tenants. “I think the increased business is a sign that the economy is improving,” said Trish Flake,… Continue Reading Palmer Lake resurgence fills vacancies

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Job-seekers find help in personality test

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Job-seekers find help in personality test

Paula Walker looks forward to switching careers. After a career in property management, sales and customer service, she’s ready for a change. “It’s so stressful,” Walker said of property management. “My doctor said I needed to do something different.” After being away from work to care for her health, she said, “it’s time to get… Continue Reading Job-seekers find help in personality test

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Learn more about Darknet at CSBJ breakfast Oct. 30

Douglas DePeppe, a cyber law attorney with the Colorado Springs-based intellectual property law group Aspire IP, has a sobering statistic for any business owner. He says reports from reputable sources indicate 97-100 percent of all networks can be compromised at some level. “In absolute terms, there’s no way to secure a network,” DePeppe said. “But… Continue Reading Learn more about Darknet at CSBJ breakfast Oct. 30

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Economist: Approve stormwater vote

Tom Zwirlein, professor of finance at UCCS, took advantage of being on center stage at the 18th Annual Southern Colorado Economic Forum Oct. 10 to proclaim his opinion on the stormwater issue. The Colorado Springs community must “start coming together and maybe stop a little bit of the infighting” to solve the regional stormwater problems,… Continue Reading Economist: Approve stormwater vote

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Leading FAC, Dahlin explores variances in the arts

The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center tapped David Dahlin, 55, as its new CEO and executive director earlier this year. Three months into the job, the father of two spent time with CSBJ to discuss his transition from working at Compassion International for 19 years to the nonprofit world of arts and business. How did… Continue Reading Leading FAC, Dahlin explores variances in the arts

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