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The El Pomar Foundation has awarded Colorado College a grant of $10 million – the largest single gift in the college’s 133-year history. The grant will pay for building projects and financial aid for students, including continuing the foundation’s history of support for hockey scholarships and El Pomar Scholars. The gift comes just as Colorado… Continue Reading El Pomar gives $10 million to Colorado College

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State planning experts recognize local projects

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The Colorado chapter of the American Planning Association recognized two Colorado Springs projects at its annual conference, held Oct. 4-6 in Colorado Springs. The association recognized the Imagine Downtown master plan which won a Community Engagement Award because of the extensive public input that was incorporated into the plan and the progress it’s made. The… Continue Reading State planning experts recognize local projects

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National and local economists have gloomy predictions for this year’s holiday shopping season. “I’m predicting that spending will be soft at best,” said local economist Tucker Hart Adams. “Consumers are up to their ears and eyeballs in debt. The only thing that’s going to make them spend a lot this year is some kind of… Continue Reading City might need miracle on Tejon Street this shopping season

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Bijou bridge opening, downtown parking free

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The Bijou Street Bridge will re-open Oct. 1, and the city is offering a week of free downtown parking to celebrate the event. Downtown parking meters will be free Monday, Oct. 1 through Saturday, Oct. 6.

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