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Fenimore reaches top at Insurance Technologies

At 53, David Fenimore is living the dream. Since his 20s, he’s wanted to write software and help people. After having worked for Insurance Technologies for the past 18 years, he was named president, effective May 1. Other than the company’s founder and majority owner Larry Wiedeman, Fenimore has the longest tenure. He began working… Continue Reading Fenimore reaches top at Insurance Technologies

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CSHP brings wellness to the workplace

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CSHP brings wellness to the workplace

Colorado Springs Health Partners is bringing together work and wellness in accessible, if not unique ways. CSHP currently offers customized services to employers in the Pikes Peak Region to address issues within the areas of occupational medicine, corporate employee and executive wellness. “CSHP several years ago revived its occupational medicine program,” said Lynne Jones, director… Continue Reading CSHP brings wellness to the workplace

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Graduations helpful for hospitality industry

Area college commencements can mean a sizeable economic injection to the hospitality industry. Many businesses, from Monument to the south end of Colorado Springs, have seen a significant increase in customers the past couple weeks. Some of that is simply due to warming weather and the inevitable spike in tourists. But it’s difficult to deny… Continue Reading Graduations helpful for hospitality industry

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Territory Days: Not all shops benefit

Although the 39th annual Territory Days provided a valuable venue for more than 200 street vendors during the holiday weekend in Old Colorado City, some business owners feel the celebration is more trouble than it’s worth. The event was estimated to attract more than 100,000 people to the city’s Westside during Memorial Day weekend to… Continue Reading Territory Days: Not all shops benefit

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Three decades later…Space Symposium maintains its prominent status among the industry’s biggest events

With an estimated $30 million impact on the local economy, the 30th annual Space Symposium is the largest event of its kind — both in Colorado Springs and across the aerospace universe. “This is the place to go — it is the event in the industry,” said Andy Merritt, chief defense industry officer for the… Continue Reading Three decades later…Space Symposium maintains its prominent status among the industry’s biggest events

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Winery, cafe add to class in Monument

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Winery, cafe add to class in Monument

MONUMENT — Catherine and Woody Woodworth have reinvented themselves on several occasions. Their passions, however, remain unchanged. The proprietors of Catriona Cellars, a new winery and café opening this weekend in downtown Monument, are bringing their love for carefully crafted wine and small plates of good food to an area that could one day be… Continue Reading Winery, cafe add to class in Monument

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Dr. House beats obstacles to be leader at Penrose

The skiing accident that paralyzed Glen House when he was 20 did not immobilize him. Instead, the upbeat, athletic college junior simply asked, “What’s next?” and moved on to graduate from college, medical school and to fulfill his residency and internship programs in rehabilitative medicine. In a wheelchair. In 2001, Dr. House arrived in Colorado… Continue Reading Dr. House beats obstacles to be leader at Penrose

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State of golf in the rough, near and far

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State of golf in the rough, near and far

Jack Nicklaus once said, “Golf is not, and never has been, a fair game.” Those who have owned or operated a golf course know this better than anyone.  The northern portions of El Paso County have seen the comings and goings of several courses over a relatively short period of time. Monument Hill Country Club… Continue Reading State of golf in the rough, near and far

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SDS: There is no Plan B

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SDS: There is no Plan B

Our water and SDS: Last of a three-part series Few companies have long-term horizons. Managers and shareholders alike understand that they live in a world of creative destruction, described 72 years ago by Joseph Schumpeter as the “process of industrial mutation that incessantly revolutionizes the economic structure from within, incessantly destroying the old one, incessantly creating… Continue Reading SDS: There is no Plan B

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Theken was taken with films early on

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Theken was taken with films early on

Eight-millimeter films taken by Nancy Theken’s father instilled in her a passion for filmmaking. Fast-forward a few decades and the Colorado Springs mother of four has now helped produce two feature-length films and is making the film festival circuit in Europe and North America. The first film she worked on, “Haze,” showed how binge drinking… Continue Reading Theken was taken with films early on

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