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Bryan to build Fountain-Fort Carson school

Bryan Construction will build a new preschool for Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8. The new 30,000-square-foot school will be adjacent to the district’s administration building on Jimmy Camp Road. Construction will begin in September with the completion scheduled for July 2015. “We’ve been privileged to work for Districts 2, 20 and 49, and we’re excited… Continue Reading Bryan to build Fountain-Fort Carson school

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Local colleges partner to create community resource

Colorado Springs’ four largest higher education institutions announced April 24 a plan to create a unified Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurism. Leaders from the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado College, Pikes Peak Community College and UCCS announced their intentions to collaborate on the program during a lunch Thursday, according to a PPCC news release. The… Continue Reading Local colleges partner to create community resource

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Peak Vista, Plains Medical Center complete merger

Peak Vista Community Health Centers has finalized a merger with Plains Medical Center (PMC), a fellow community health center that serves the east central region of Colorado. Peak Vista and PMC announced the merger in early December. “There are many complicated details involved in merging two effective organizations,” said Pam McManus, Peak Vista’s president and… Continue Reading Peak Vista, Plains Medical Center complete merger

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Discover Goodwill’s annual dinner celebrates jobs and ‘stuff’

Nearly 800 Discover Goodwill annual dinner attendees filled The Broadmoor’s International Center April 24 to celebrate Goodwill’s supporting businesses, community partners and program participants, and to learn about “stuff.” The “stuff” in reference aligned with the evening’s theme: “Donate Stuff … Create Jobs.” Discover Goodwill President and CEO Karla Grazier and Board Chair Chris Odell… Continue Reading Discover Goodwill’s annual dinner celebrates jobs and ‘stuff’

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Lubchenco to speak at CC commencement

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Lubchenco to speak at CC commencement

Jane Lubchenco, a 1969 graduate of Colorado College and the first woman to serve as the head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, will be the commencement speaker at Colorado College’s 132nd commencement ceremony at 8:30 a.m., Monday, May 19, on Armstrong Quad, 14 E. Cache La Poudre St. In addition to Lubchenco, two… Continue Reading Lubchenco to speak at CC commencement

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UCHealth selects new CEO

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UCHealth selects new CEO

University of Colorado Health (UCHealth) named Elizabeth (Liz) B. Concordia president and CEO beginning Sept. 2. Concordia comes to UCHealth from University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) where she served as the executive vice president and the president of UPMC’s hospital and community services division. In her roles there, Concordia has been instrumental in developing… Continue Reading UCHealth selects new CEO

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UCCS breaks ground on $74.5 million housing project

University of Colorado officials and construction contractors are broke ground Friday on a $74.5 million expansion of UCCS student housing facilities. The 11 a.m. event initiated the first phase of construction on Village at Alpine Valley, according to a UCCS news release. Plans for the Village — located at the southwest end of the housing… Continue Reading UCCS breaks ground on $74.5 million housing project

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Business Journal wins 20 awards

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Business Journal wins 20 awards

The Colorado Springs Business Journal staff won 20 awards at Friday’s Society for Professional Journalists Excellence in Journalism Awards 2014 event. The the Business Journal competed against newspapers with a circulation of 10,000 and under from Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. The Business Journal earned nine first-place awards, seven second-place awards and four third-place… Continue Reading Business Journal wins 20 awards

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Air Force Academy cadets had a chance to spar with the National Security Agency, along with all other service academies April 8-10 during the 14th Cyber Defense Exercise at the academy. West Point dethroned the Falcons this year in the virtual game of cat and mouse, in which cadets are charged with building a network,… Continue Reading Cadets take on NSA, academies in cyber exercise

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Kirkpatrick Bank to move to 102 N. Cascade

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Kirkpatrick Bank to move to 102 N. Cascade

Kirkpatrick Bank is expanding into a larger office building at 102 N. Cascade Ave. The new location offers a drive-up ATM and five drive-through banking lanes for better access as well as prominent visibility from I-25, according to a news release from Griffis/Blessing, one of the building’s owners. The property is still occupied by ANB… Continue Reading Kirkpatrick Bank to move to 102 N. Cascade

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