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NxTrend plans initial public stock offering

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Colorado Springs-based NxTrend Technology Inc. has filed its intent with the Securities and Exchange Commission to conduct an initial public stock offering of 4.3 million shares of common stock that is expected to raise as much as $69 million. NxTrend, which changed its name from R & D Systems Inc. in December, is in the… Continue Reading NxTrend plans initial public stock offering

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Denver Company Purchases Building

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DPC Development Company of Denver purchased 1365 Garden of the Gods Rd. for $4 million from United Microelectronic Systems Inc. Monday. The site consists of a two-story office and research and development building, and an additional nine acres fronting Garden of the Gods Road, said Steve Bach, chief operating officer of Bach Commercial Real Estate… Continue Reading Denver Company Purchases Building

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Following in the footsteps of its namesake in the Broadmoor area, a second Sterling House assisted living center will host its grand opening in Briargate April 12-14. The new Sterling House, at 7560 Lexington Drive, will provide housing for up to 50 residents in 37 apartments. Apartment units will include studio, one-bedroom standard and 1-bedroom… Continue Reading Sterling House assisted living center opens in Briargate

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High school set to open in July

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The “Pumas” of Aspen Valley High School will have a home of their own this summer when students, staff, and mascot move into their new building on Chapel Hills Drive. The Academy School District 20 project, at a building cost of approximately $1.9 million, is set to open July 30. The two-story high school now… Continue Reading High school set to open in July

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The first of four high-end office complexes to be built on the city’s north side will host groundbreaking ceremonies the middle of this month at 415 W. Rockrimmon Boulevard. R L Development LLC is in charge of all the planned projects. Besides the Rockrimmon site, another is set for 3335 Vickers Drive, another at Lexington… Continue Reading Ground broken for first of four Northside office complexes

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DMA Computer Solutions and Digital Equipment Corp. had the winning combination to be awarded a $5.5 million technology bid by School District 11 for laptop computers. The combination included a major manufacturer, the right technology, and local support that includes training, on-site repairs, and a warranty. Leslie Vallie, director of procurement and contracting for the… Continue Reading DMA lands winning bid for D-11 laptop purchase

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It’s said there’s nothing new under the sun — just history repeating itself. Cripple Creek’s Marketing Executive Committee intends to prove the truth of the proverb. Just as once the Creek was the destination for seekers of fortune, the MEC now intends the town’s reincarnation to be a destination resort. The seven-member, all volunteer MEC… Continue Reading Cripple Creek to promote its resort destination status

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Talking Houses Help Sales

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The house hunting process is difficult and frustrating. There are so many homes to choose from, yet until a buyer has been inside, he doesn’t know if the house will fit his criteria. Talking House, a mini radio station device within the home, offers a solution. Talking Houses provide the passerby the information about the… Continue Reading Talking Houses Help Sales

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The Spectranetics Corporation has received the Communaute Europeene mark for its Spectranetics Laser Sheath product line. The CE mark is similar to Food and Drug Administration approval in the United States. It certifies the product line for sale throughout the European Union. The approval is significant because it gives the Colorado Springs-based biomedical company another… Continue Reading Spectranetics gets European product approval for Laser Sheath

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A couple days short last month meant more than a couple dollars short for the state’s casinos. According to the Colorado Division of Gaming, Colorado casinos felt a decline from January’s revenues in the short month of February. While Black Hawk and Central City casinos felt the decline, Cripple Creek’s more than carried their weight… Continue Reading State gambling declines, Cripple Creek gains in February

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