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Gray Line buys Denver service

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Gray Line of Colorado Springs is now also owner and operator of Gray Line of Denver following an acquisition earlier this month for an undisclosed amount. Company officials say the purchase will mean better and more expanded service for customers in both cities. Gray Line of Colorado Springs has been in business since the ’20s… Continue Reading Gray Line buys Denver service

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Medplus goes where insurers fear to pay

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A one-for-three reverse stock split for publicly traded Medplus Corporation of Colorado Springs is poising the company for growth and expansion, and so far the effects have been positive. Medplus is a national health finance organization offering “loans” to consumers for a variety of health care needs. Medplus president Tim DeHerrera says American consumers spend… Continue Reading Medplus goes where insurers fear to pay

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Pemberton Data Systems moves

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Pemberton Data Systems recently relocated its offices to suite 2329 at 2860 S. Circle Dr. Pemberton Data Systems is engaged in computer network service, design and installation. The company also provides solutions for secure electronic commerce on the Internet. Joe Pemberton, vice president of engineering and development, designed PDS Retail, a new, full featured, customizable,… Continue Reading Pemberton Data Systems moves

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WOW! moves

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WOW! Marketing Inc. moved into suite 201 at 6165 Lehman Drive April 1. Henry B. Tippie II, WOW! owner, said the 2,400-square-foot office provided much needed space for the growing company that provides database marketing, internet and interactive services, sales consulting and training and creative services. CD-ROMs and interactive e-mail are just an example of… Continue Reading WOW! moves

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YMCA constructs new center

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YMCA/USO of the Pikes Peak Region is geared to begin construction on its newest center on Terra Vale in Briargate just north of Research and Rangewood in August. GE Johnson Construction Company will build the $5.75 million, 57,000-square-foot facility which will contain basketball courts, a running track, multi-purpose pool with a slide, a warm water… Continue Reading YMCA constructs new center

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As the Tri-Lakes area grows, issues of land, roads, and water use ripple through the more than 30,000 acres that comprise the cities of Monument and Palmer Lake, and such various El Paso County neighborhoods as Gleneagle and Woodmoor. El Paso County planners, in conjunction with the Tri-Lakes Citizens Advisory Committee, are currently updating the… Continue Reading Tri-Lakes area grapples with issues of growth, development

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High-Tech Startups Moving South

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High-tech startup companies are beginning to see the value and appeal of moving to the south end of Colorado Springs, said Danny Mientka, of the Equity Group and manager of Executive Tower. Mientka said Executive Tower at I-25 and Circle Drive is one of the area’s few office towers located outside of the central business… Continue Reading High-Tech Startups Moving South

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Manitou Leather Shop Moves

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Smischny’s Leather Shop, a fixture at 954 Manitou Ave. for the past 30 years, recently moved to 461 Manitou Ave. Owner John Smischny said that, although the new location is more compact, it offers more parking for his customers. But, he said, the main reason for moving his store is that it is more convenient… Continue Reading Manitou Leather Shop Moves

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New-home housing market slows

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The first three months of 1997 showed some slow down in the El Paso County new home market when compared to the previous year, according to Littleton-based Home Builders Research. David Laffoon, of Home Builders Research, said the 10% decrease in single family permits was really no surprise when compared to the previous year. The… Continue Reading New-home housing market slows

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Goodwill revenues increase by $1.9 million

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Operating revenues for Goodwill of Colorado Springs increased nearly $1.9 million in 1996 over 1995, according to the company’s annual report. More than $1 million of the increase came in the form of earned income from subcontract work for industry by the NISH, which used to stand for the National Industry for the Severely Handicapped.… Continue Reading Goodwill revenues increase by $1.9 million

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