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The Broadmoor blogging about meetings

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The famous Broadmoor hotel and resort is blogging about its meeting space, in an attempt to woo meeting planners into booking with them. Meeting planners on the search for their next meeting location can get details about The Broadmoor, including requests for proposal, on the hotel’s new meetings blog and Facebook page. The Broadmoor launched… Continue Reading The Broadmoor blogging about meetings

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Ivywild project to get underway

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Murphy Constructors will begin work on the Ivywild school next week. A three-man partnership, comprised of Bristol Brewing owner Mike Bristol, Blue Star Restaurant owner Joe Coleman and architect Jim Fennell, closed on the 27,000-square-foot schoolhouse built in 1901 on Wednesday. They will build a 12,000-square-foot addition on the school that will house some of… Continue Reading Ivywild project to get underway

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The Colorado Springs World Arena Ice Hall has been awarded an official designation as a U.S. Olympic training site for figure skating. Through a partnership with the U.S. Olympic Committee, U.S. Figure Skating and the World Arena Ice Hall, the seven-year agreement recognizes the quality of the Ice Hall facility and will be a place… Continue Reading World Arena Ice Hall named as an Olympic training site

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Mining Exchange to host job fair

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The Mining Exchange, a Wyndham Grand Hotel, will host a job fair in its lobby Saturday, March 31. The hotel needs to hire  50 positions before its opening scheduled in late April, according to a press release. The hotel already has several group bookings and some individual booking as well, according to the release. Job… Continue Reading Mining Exchange to host job fair

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Sky Sox fans can get stats on iPhone app

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Sky Sox fans can get up-to-date stats on their favorite home team on a new iPhone and Android app. The new app for iPhone and Android, powered by Tech for Less, allows fans to download the team’s schedule, stats, news, merchandise and online ticketing system. The new Sky Sox app is available for free download… Continue Reading Sky Sox fans can get stats on iPhone app

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Goodwill changes its name

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Goodwill Industries of Colorado Springs has changed its name to Discover Goodwill of Southern and Western Colorado. The new name better represents the organization’s expanded mission and regional presence, according to a press release. “We’re no longer just within Colorado Springs,” said Goodwill spokesman Brad Hafer. “We’re in 38 of 64 counties in Colorado.” The… Continue Reading Goodwill changes its name

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Which Wich Superior Sandwiches opened the doors at its first Colorado Springs location today. The shop at University Village on North Nevada Avenue is franchisee Jeff Gordon’s first in Colorado Springs, although he owns seven of the sandwich places in South Denver. And he plans to open another on North Academy Boulevard near Kelly Johnson… Continue Reading Which Wich opens at University Village

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TESSA reports busier 2011

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TESSA, Colorado Springs’ nonprofit focused on preventing domestic violence and assisting women who are victims, saw more people in 2011 than in the previous year. In its quartlery issue, “Be the Change,” TESSA executives reported having more than 100 additional hospital calls in 2011, and more than 10,000 nights of safe shelter provided to more… Continue Reading TESSA reports busier 2011

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Letters of support for a nonstop flight from Colorado Springs to Washington, D.C., are pouring into the Colorado Springs Airport. The letters will be forwarded to the U.S. Department of Transportation, who has the final say on incoming and outgoing flights into Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, one of the few airports in the country… Continue Reading Colorado Springs supports Frontier’s plan for nonstop flight to D.C.

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Following are the most expensive foreclosures over $200,000 that sold at the El Paso County Public Trustee’s foreclosure auction on Wednesday, March 7. They are listed in order of bid amount. Continue Reading El Paso County’s most expensive foreclosures

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