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Water Conservation Board donates $175K grant for flood study

The Colorado Water Conservation Board contributed a $175,000 grant to assist in studying methods of flood restoration and mitigation for two watersheds in the Pikes Peak region. The study will begin in January and focus on the restoration and protection of the Cheyenne Creek and Upper Fountain Creek watersheds, city officials explained Wednesday in a… Continue Reading Water Conservation Board donates $175K grant for flood study

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Honeywell honored firefighters, on Wednesday, who fought the Waldo Canyon fire in 2012 and the Black Forest fire this year. Company employees donated to the Honeywell Humanitarian Relief Fund to support the Colorado Springs community in the aftermath of both wildfires. Donations include $255,000 in Honeywell personal protective equipment to six volunteer fire departments, and… Continue Reading Honeywell donates $255,000 in equipment, cash, to fire departments

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Business: Manitou teens write book on it

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Business: Manitou teens write book on it

Not often do eighth-graders write a book, and if they do, it’s less likely they’ll get paid for it. But the former eighth graders in Nick Noland’s honors English class at Manitou Middle School did just that. A business plan started by parent and newspaperman John Weiss ended with the Manitou kids, now ninth-graders, netting… Continue Reading Business: Manitou teens write book on it

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Morrison heads iManitou marketing

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As the former Colorado Insurance Commissioner and mayor of Manitou Springs, Marcy Morrison is no stranger to tough jobs, and her current position is no exception. She is the CEO of iManitou, a multifaceted organization that combines the chamber of commerce, visitors bureau and economic development office for the City of Manitou Springs, a tourist… Continue Reading Morrison heads iManitou marketing

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Manitou Springs starts business recovery fund

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Manitou Springs is seeking to recover after recent floods from the Waldo Canyon burn scar left businesses and residents digging out from mud and dealing with water damage. The community has established the Manitou Emergency and Recovery Fund through the Pikes Peak Community Foundation to support emergency relief, as well as short-term and long-term recovery… Continue Reading Manitou Springs starts business recovery fund

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Manitou digs out from flood, mud

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Manitou digs out from flood, mud

Tuesday should have been the pinnacle of 12 years of hard work for Manitou Springs artist Charles Rockey. It was to have been his last day preparing a book including more than 300 pieces of his artwork — with stories to accompany them. For more than a decade he’s been working on the book, titled… Continue Reading Manitou digs out from flood, mud

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It might be a good thing if I were as bad at forecasting disasters as at predicting election results. Only two of my six picks in this year’s City Council election races managed to get elected, but unfortunately I’m batting a thousand on Flood and Fire (no predictions yet regarding the other two horsemen, Famine… Continue Reading Surely the region grasps stormwater message now

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Gov. John Hickenlooper has declared a disaster emergency for El Paso County due to flooding in Manitou Springs. The declaration will make resources available to remove debris from the flood and provide emergency protective services to the mountain town. The governor authorized $400,000 transferred into the disaster emergency fund and the Colorado Office of Emergency… Continue Reading Governor declares disaster emergency in El Paso County

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Early tourism: About the same as last year

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Early tourism: About the same as last year

Business owners in the lodging and tourist trades report varying degrees of success after the first month of summer tourism season in the Colorado Springs area. Occupancy at the 54-room Cliff House at Pikes Peak was “great” over the Fourth of July weekend, said General Manager Paul York. “We’re at 80 percent for the month… Continue Reading Early tourism: About the same as last year

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The Small Business Development Center will host a free workshop about flood and business insurance from 8 to 10 a.m. tomorrow, May 21, at the Business of Art Center in Manitou Springs. A lot of business owners have had trouble making sense of the current business insurance environment, especially as it pertains to flood insurance, said Ingrid… Continue Reading SBDC hosting flood insurance workshop

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