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Colorado Springs named top weekend getaway

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Because of its views of the “purple mountains majesty,” Colorado Springs is listed in the top 10 “Best Weekend Getaway” list in a recent U.S. News & World Report Travel article. The list highlights destinations with “just the right ratio of relaxation and entertainment to leave you rejuvenated and ready to return to the grind… Continue Reading Colorado Springs named top weekend getaway

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The Broadmoor hotel and resort is the best meeting place, outside of Denver, and its audio visual team is the best in the state, according to the readers of Colorado Meetings + Events magazine. The Broadmoor and J&S Audio Visual Inc. were named among the best in the state March 6 at the sixth annual… Continue Reading The Broadmoor named best in state for its meeting space

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Brunswick Zone holds job fair

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Brunswick Zone is opening soon and is holding a job fair to fill more than 120 jobs at the facility at Interquest Parkway. The fair is scheduled for 10 to 7 p.m. Wednesday- Friday, March 21-23 and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 24 at Hampton Inn and Suites 1307 Republic Dr. There are… Continue Reading Brunswick Zone holds job fair

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Employers line up for summer workers

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The Springs’ only five-star hotel and its newest bowling lane are among the employers looking for summer workers at the Governor’s Summer Job Hunt tomorrow at Stargazer’s Theater. The Broadmoor hotel and the Brunswick Zones are only two local employers seeking help from teenagers 16 to 21. Other companies include Bison Media, Keller Homes, the… Continue Reading Employers line up for summer workers

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Colorado Springs will have a net gain of 80 Air Force Reserve jobs as the military restructures amid a slowdown in defense spending. Schriever Air Force Base will get most of the additional Colorado jobs announced Tuesday, with 24 full-time positions and 56 part-time. Peterson Air Force Base will gain one full-time position and one… Continue Reading Colorado gains 80 jobs in Air Force realignment

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COPPeR launches new Peak Arts fund

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The Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region announced  the launch of its new Peak Arts Fund today. The fund is designed to increase funding for 15 area arts organizations and build partnerships between the business and the arts community. Businesses and employees can give to the fund. An annual donation of $60 or more… Continue Reading COPPeR launches new Peak Arts fund

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The Colorado Springs-based firm Matrix Design Group is providing an Alabama police department with free munitions and explosives safety training. Matrix Environmental Services LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Matrix Design Group Inc., is training the Oxford, Ala., police department on explosives safety and identification of homemade explosives and improvised explosive devices. It is part of… Continue Reading Matrix Design Group trains police about explosives safety

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Farm Credit of Southern Colorado will break ground Monday on a $7.5 million building, off Platte Avenue and Wooten Road. The 39,360-square-foot building, at 5110 Edison Ave., will be the headquarters office for the growing Farm Credit of Southern Colorado. Farm Credit, which specializes in agricultural financing for farmers, ranchers and agribusinesses, is currently located… Continue Reading Farm Credit of Southern Colorado builds $7.5 million headquarters office

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Colorado Springs will receive its share of $14 million in FASTER funds from the state government, according to news from the Colorado Department of Transportation. The Funding Advancement for Surface Transportation and Economic Recovery will be spent for maintenance and equipment for the Front Range Express, a busing service to Denver. It will also be… Continue Reading Springs receives FASTER funds for new buses, maintenance

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Memorial Health System’s board president challenged city council member Tim Leigh on every single point of his complaints about the hospital and the way it’s being run. Last week, Leigh sent a widely-dispersed email that said he’d been told about many issues with Memorial: some faulty real estate deals, some issues with doctors and some… Continue Reading Memorial responds to council member’s criticisms

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