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Colorado Springs Airport will receive at least three $600,000 machines this summer — possibly June or July — that screen luggage for explosives and other contraband, and the airport may get additional machines. Airport director of marketing, Mary Collins, said the machines are very big, and logistics planning is underway to determine how best to… Continue Reading Airport is expecting three anti-terrorism machines

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Former police chief named city manager

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At times, there is a coolness in Lorne Kramer’s expression. Like when he’s sitting alone in a crowded room. His black-framed half-glasses ride low on his nose, a far-away look fills his eyes, and you wonder what he’s thinking. Nevertheless, when he stands to greet a visitor, the frown disappears, a smile spreads across his… Continue Reading Former police chief named city manager

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Domestic violence programs important in workplace

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Most businesses would jump at the chance to both curb costs and improve the lives of their employees. Domestic violence awareness training is one of those programs for managers and other staff that can save money. And lives. A study by the American Bar Association’s commission on domestic violence found that family violence costs American… Continue Reading Domestic violence programs important in workplace

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