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Connect for Health Colorado starts pre-enrollment preview
 

Connect for Health Colorado has launched an updated enrollment site for individuals and families shopping for private health insurance in the upcoming open enrollment, which begins Saturday. The early opening provides a pre-enrollment preview for Coloradans obtaining coverage through Connect for Health Colorado, the state health insurance marketplace. More than 148,000 individuals have been covered… Continue Reading Connect for Health Colorado starts pre-enrollment preview
 

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It’s always fun to follow the continuing feud between Mayor Steve Bach’s administration and Council President Keith King’s five-person Council majority. King’s latest biblically-tinged letter to Bach, obtained by the Business Journal, starts off on a hopeful note. “City Council is willing…to come together and honor the Isaiah 2 mandate: ‘Turn our swords in plowshares… Continue Reading Back to business: Bach, Council still firing salvos at each other

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Democrats lose Senate, Congress

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Democrats lose Senate, Congress

Democrats will transfer complete control of the 114th U.S. Congress next year after Republicans added the Senate to its existing House majority on Election Day, Nov. 4. Colorado shifted from deep purple to slightly red, electing Republican U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner over incumbent Democrat Mark Udall with 49.4 percent of the vote, according to the Associated… Continue Reading Democrats lose Senate, Congress

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Ent hosts holiday food drive

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Ent hosts holiday food drive

Ent Federal Credit Union is currently hosting its annual food drive. The financial institution’s 17th annual holiday food drive is designed to help local families in need, according to a news release from the company. Donors may drop off non-perishable food items and monetary donations at any of Ent’s 27 regional service centers now through… Continue Reading Ent hosts holiday food drive

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Attorney luncheon features Dick Celeste

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Attorney luncheon features Dick Celeste

The El Paso County Bar Association will host its November Bar Luncheon, featuring Dick Celeste, at the Pinery at the Hill, 775 W. Bijou St., Tuesday from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. The cost is $30, and the event offers one general continuing legal education credit. “The Bar Association is fortunate to have Dick Celeste speak to… Continue Reading Attorney luncheon features Dick Celeste

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RBA honors Murphy as Business Citizen of the Year

Chuck Murphy, who has had a major impact on the Colorado Springs economy as well as historical preservation in the area for a half-century, won an honor Saturday night that recognized his lifetime of efforts and achievements. Murphy was named Business Citizen of the Year for 2014 by the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance, capping… Continue Reading RBA honors Murphy as Business Citizen of the Year

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Vein, vascular institute opens in Springs

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Vein, vascular institute opens in Springs

The American Vein and Vascular Institute, a network of vein diagnosis and treatment centers in Colorado and Texas, continues to expand its locations and employee base with the opening of its newest facility in Colorado Springs. The sixth facility opened today (Nov. 5) at 175 S. Union Blvd, Suite 200. Dr. Gordon Gibbs, AVVI chief medical executive,… Continue Reading Vein, vascular institute opens in Springs

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Governor’s 2014 Colorado Tourism Conference this week

The Governor’s 2014 Colorado Tourism Conference is an opportunity to connect with movers and shakers in Colorado’s tourism industry and report on the challenges and opportunities that impact one of Colorado’s top industries. The conference, hosted by the Colorado Tourism Office, draws representatives from the state’s travel and tourism industry and a line-up of speakers… Continue Reading Governor’s 2014 Colorado Tourism Conference this week

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Foreclosure starts spike in October

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Foreclosure starts spike in October

El Paso County is having the busiest month for foreclosure starts since April, according to Public Trustee Tom Mowle. “Going up one month is not really a trend,” Mowle said. Many files that were rejected in August and September are being filed again this month and have been corrected, he said. Currently, there have been 137… Continue Reading Foreclosure starts spike in October

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Business Journal moves

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Business Journal moves

Changes are coming to the Colorado Springs Business Journal, even as you read this. But we’re hoping you won’t notice them — at least not in print. After many years at 31 E. Platte Ave., we’re moving to the opposite corner of downtown. Our new home will be at 235 S. Nevada Ave., which also… Continue Reading Business Journal moves

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