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Company of the Year announced

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Two Colorado Springs companies picked up top honors at the Colorado Business Awards Luncheon. Company of the Year Awards (sponsored by UMB Bank, ColoradoBiz magazine and Deloitte & Touche LLP) recipients are: Optika Inc. – software; and Phil Long Automotive Dealerships – Retail, Wholesale and Distribution.

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RegAssist available for small businesses

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RegAssist is a free government and regulatory advisory service for small-business operators. It’s easy to use – just e-mail your question to RegAssist and RegAssist will give the answer or advise how to find the answer. Some of the most frequently asked questions received and answered by RegAssist are: Where do you get your state… Continue Reading RegAssist available for small businesses

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Le Baron Hotel receives award

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<br> The Le Baron Hotel announced that it received the Best Western Director’s Award, recognizing its exceptionally high score on its most recent Best Western 1,000 Point Quality Assurance Report.

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Memorial Awarded

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Memorial Hospital received the Improving Clinical Effectiveness Award for its ?Indigent Diabetes Clinic? project from VHA Mountain States. VHA Mountain States is a division of VHA Inc., which is a nationwide network of 2,000 community-owned health-care organizations. The annual award recognizes a member health-care organization that demonstrates excellence in improving clinical effectiveness. <br>

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Houston CPA firms merge with BKD

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Baird, Kurtz & Dobson (BKD) announced that effective Dec. 1, the firm will open a Houston office. The new office is the result of BKD?s merger with two well-established Houston CPA firms, White Petrov McHone, and McGee, Wheeler & Co. PC. Joining BKD as active partners will be five White Petrov McHone shareholders and three… Continue Reading Houston CPA firms merge with BKD

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Income tax volunteers needed

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Help individuals who can?t afford professional tax assistance through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program at the Pikes Peak Library District. Training in the basics of preparing federal and Colorado income tax returns is provided. Volunteer time commitment averages four hours per week from Feb. 1 through April 16. Training will be offered Jan.… Continue Reading Income tax volunteers needed

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CC awarded $4M for science building

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The David and Lucille Packard Foundation awarded Colorado College a $4 million grant to help build the Russell T. Tutt Science Center. The building will house several departments and programs in the natural sciences, including environmental science. Designed by internationally known architects Moore, Ruble, Yudell of Santa Monica, Calif., the center completes a suite of… Continue Reading CC awarded $4M for science building

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PPCF nurturing center to open

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Pikes Peak Family Connections an-nounced the opening of its Hearthstone Family Nurturing Center in January. Named for a business benefactor, the new center will include classroom space and a nursery to host parenting classes and support groups. To accommodate recent service expansions, P.P.F.C. will move its administrative offices and the majority of its program to… Continue Reading PPCF nurturing center to open

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Commission slices corridor funding

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The Colorado Transportation Commis-sion voted on Nov.16 to delay $246 million in funding for 10 strategic corridor projects until the 2003 fiscal year to address budget shortfalls resulting from the passage of Amendment 23. The cuts included $14,256,000 for a section of Interstate 25 between South Academy Boulevard and Briargate Boulevard, and $29,106,000 planned for… Continue Reading Commission slices corridor funding

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El Paso welfare reform recognized

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<br> The National Association of Counties (NACo) recently held a Workforce Development and Human Services Conference in Ontario, Calif. El Paso County Commissioner Ed Jones, Marie Parker and Dolores Nelson represented the El Paso County Department of Human Services as task force panel members and presenters examining welfare reform strategies. Only counties demonstrating innovative practices… Continue Reading El Paso welfare reform recognized

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