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Rutledge’s plans expansion, renovation

Rutledge’s plans expansion, renovation

Longtime downtown clothier Rutledge’s is preparing to expand both its shop space and product offerings within the next month, according the building owner and proprietor. Construction is scheduled to begin within the next week to restore the historic Perkins Shearer building at 102 N. Tejon St. to its original layout, said Jerry Rutledge, who runs… Continue Reading Rutledge’s plans expansion, renovation

Fort Collins-based New Belgium Brewing announced today that its Employee Stock Ownership Program has purchased the balance of company shares, and that it has hired a construction company to build a new facility in Asheville, North Carolina. New Belgium, known for its popular brews such as Fat Tire Amber Ale and Ranger India Pale Ale, has been… Continue Reading New Belgium 100% employee owned, expanding into N.C.

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New regulations from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services provide details about Medicaid expansions in the states – good news for low-income Colorado residents. CMS said states that expand health care through improvements to Medicaid must extend services to everyone who makes 133 percent of the Federal Poverty Level. The Supreme Court ruling earlier… Continue Reading CMS clears way for Medicaid expansion

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Centura expands network into Kansas

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Centura Health is continuing to integrate, expand and collaborate. The parent company for Colorado Springs-based Penrose-St. Francis Health Services has announced it will integrate two Kansas-based hospitals into its network. Centura is the largest health care network in the state.   St. Catherine Hospital in Garden City, Kan., and St. Rose Ambulatory and Surgery Center… Continue Reading Centura expands network into Kansas

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Woodmen Road open house Wednesday

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The City of Colorado Springs will present the second phase of its Woodmen Road expansion plans during an open house Wednesday. The second phase calls for expanding the road from four lanes to six between Academy Boulevard and Lexington Drive. It also includes the addition of sidewalks, bike lanes and landscaping from Stinson Road to Powers Boulevard. Planners… Continue Reading Woodmen Road open house Wednesday

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Colorado in line for patent office

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Remember those great ideas you had for an invention that could make money and put you on easy street? It might be time to pull them out of the closet and dust them off. Patent lawyers, politicians and scientists are pushing for a U.S. patent bureau in Colorado. Also in the running are New Mexico,… Continue Reading Colorado in line for patent office

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Bal-Seal expansion expected to create 210 jobs

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Engineering company Bal-Seal plans to build a $45 million, 137,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Colorado Springs that the company says will create 210 jobs during the next five years. The Colorado Springs City Council approved an incentive deal Nov. 29 for Bal-Seal. In exchange for the intent to create jobs, the company received $543,000 in tax… Continue Reading Bal-Seal expansion expected to create 210 jobs

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New owners of the popular Westside Mexican restaurant Amanda’s Fonda have backed out of a plan to open a downtown location but still have plans to open a number of restaurants along the Front Range, including one at the former Village Inn restaurant at 8050 N. Academy Blvd. Businessman Rick Holland, who owns the restaurant… Continue Reading Amanda’s Fonda owner opts for Briargate over downtown

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The elephants at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo are spending their days exploring their new multi-million home. A new elephant barn is part of the Encounter Africa exhibit, which is under construction now. Encounter Africa, when complete, will be home to the African elephants, African lions and black rhinos. All told it is a $13.5 million project,… Continue Reading Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s Encounter Africa $13 million exhibit under construction

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A local for-profit psychiatric hospital will nearly quadrupling its number of beds with a new $11.2 million facility, which will also call for up to 250 jobs. Peak View Behavioral Health has broken ground on a project that will add 100 acute-care psychiatric beds for the elderly, adults, youth and children. The hospital has been… Continue Reading Psychiatric hospital plans $11.2M facility, 250 jobs

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