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WestPac opens third

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Western Pacific Airlines will open its third WestPac Flight Store in the new Park Meadows Mall in Denver, which is slated to open today. In addition to purchasing WestPac merchandise, travelers will also be able to make reservations at the flight store.

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Mining for gold

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Colorado’s largest gold mining operation could become even larger if test drilling in the Cripple Creek area by Golden Cycle, a partner in the Cripple Creek & Victor Gold Mining Co., pans out. Golden Cycle has reported significant gold deposits have been found in the area, but will not be able to estimate the size… Continue Reading Mining for gold

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Architect expands

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Comstock & Associates Inc., an architecture, planning and interior design firm, is doubling its size and relocating its office to 7 E. Bijou, Suite 201. The firm has just completed three new shopping centers in Colorado Springs: The Market at Chapel Hills West, Westwind Marketplace, and Cheyenne Mountain Centre. Current projects include Bethesda’s new Glen… Continue Reading Architect expands

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Airport sets records

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Last month, the Colorado Springs Airport recorded its busiest month with nearly a quarter-million enplanements and almost a half-million passengers. Through seven months this year, the airport has surpassed 2.75 million passengers, more than 1.5 million passengers beyond the same period in 1995. With 249,830 enplanements last month, 71% more than last July’s 145,682, the… Continue Reading Airport sets records

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WestPac seeks 737s

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Western Pacific Airlines, which intended to follow in Southwest Airline’s footsteps and fly one model of plane, the Boeing 737, has had a hard time finding a used 737. There are 2,800 used 737s flying now, but few are for sale or lease. The 737 jetliner, the most popular commercial jetliner ever produced, is a… Continue Reading WestPac seeks 737s

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Casino revenue is up

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Century Casinos Inc. reported net operating revenue of $1.23 million for the second quarter ended June 30 compared to $920,000 for the same period a year ago. The net loss for the quarter was $720,000 or .06 cents per share, after a one-time charge of $483,000 for disposal of fixed assets and costs associated with… Continue Reading Casino revenue is up

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Ramtron posts profit

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U.S. semiconductor maker Ramtron International Corp. reported revenue forthe second quarter ended June 30 rose 30% to $11.5 million, up from $8.8million in the same period in 1995. Second quarter net income was $560,000,or 1 cent per share, compared with net income of $595,000, or 2 cents pershare, in the year ago quarter. Sales of… Continue Reading Ramtron posts profit

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Merging health care

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There will be no change for Colorado members of FHP Health Care under a proposedacquisition agreement announced Monday between PacifiCare Health SystemsInc. and FHP International Corp. California-based PacifiCare Health System has no current operations or membersin Colorado. FHP’s management team in Colorado will remain intact. The combined company will serve nearly 4 million commercial and… Continue Reading Merging health care

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Tax collections up

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Sales and use tax collections for the month of July increased 12.1% comparedto the prior year period. Collections during July reflect the economic activityof June. Most sectors were able to post gains over the same month of a year ago. Themiscellaneous retail sector, including office suppliers, sporting goods,and liquor stores, showed the largest increase with… Continue Reading Tax collections up

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Casinos cut costs

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Colorado casinos are operating leaner and meaner than last year, accordingto the results of an annual employment survey conducted by the Colorado Divisionof Gaming. Fifty-six casinos in Black Hawk, Central City, and Cripple Creek open inJune reported 5,983 employees on their payrolls, down from 6,450 employeesin 59 casinos statewide in June 1995. Those figures equate… Continue Reading Casinos cut costs

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