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Water Conservation Board donates $175K grant for flood study

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

Woodland Park getting a third brewery

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Woodland Park getting a third brewery

Ute Pass Brewing Co. in Woodland Park expects to be pouring the suds by next month. Owners Todd DeRemus and Scott Jones are putting the final touches on their 3,180-square-foot brewery in downtown Woodland Park. The brewery is located in the space that used to be Maximillian’s Cafe. The business partners had been working on… Continue Reading Woodland Park getting a third brewery

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The earth is moving in Woodland Park — and it feels good. Construction crews are working on the west end of town, erecting two new stores — O’Reilly Auto Parts and Family Dollar — near the Country Lodge. Central Woodland Park is seeing the first phase of a downtown makeover with Woodland Hardware and Rental… Continue Reading Woodland Park awakens from development slumber

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Every year when summer tourists come to visit the Pikes Peak region, they shop and stay in Old Colorado City, Manitou Springs and Woodland Park. So it’s easy to imagine what happens to businesses when they don’t come. The Waldo Canyon fire made national and international headlines when it forced the evacuation of Manitou Springs… Continue Reading Lost summer: Retailers counting losses after summer season dashed by fire

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Aspen Valley Ranch is readying to host its second Mountain of the Sun Music Festival Sept. 8 in Woodland Park. The day-long festival will be held at the outdoor concert venue, which boosts views of the north face of Pikes Peak. The venue, which opened last summer, can host up to 4,000 people and is… Continue Reading Concert venue in Woodland Park hosts second music festival

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Woodland Park businesses are trying to get the word out that the town is open for business. Highway 24 reopened Saturday afternoon and traffic seems to be returning to normal levels, said Debbie Miller, president of the Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce. “The closing of Highway 24 certainly affected our tourism business,” she said.… Continue Reading Woodland Park attempts to draw tourists back to town

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  The Colorado Securities Commission suspended the license of Bottom Line Results, a Woodland Park-based securities and mortgage brokerage firm.   Richard Roop, president of the company, also received a suspended license, according to Fred Joseph, securities commissioner.   The order was based on a summary suspension action initiated by the division staff in May.… Continue Reading Securities Commission suspends license of Woodland Park securities firm

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Pikes Peak Hospital and Surgery Center has an agreement with HealthOne Stroke Care network and the Colorado Neurological Institute, Intouch Health and Blue Sky Neuroscience to provide telemedicine to stroke victims in Woodland Park and Teller County. The partnership allows PPRH to use the remote presence robotics system. Patients with stroke symptoms who arrive in… Continue Reading Pikes Peak Hospital begins telemedicine stroke program

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During this down economy, there aren’t too many communities that can boast they just had their best sales tax year ever. Woodland Park can. “We’re kind of thinking if we’re doing this good when the economy is bad, look out when things turn around,” said Woodland Park Mayor Steve Randolph. The city has issued 22… Continue Reading Woodland Park businesses thriving in down economy

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The Woodland Park of the future could look considerably different, as Sturman Industries’ model for city-building seems to be catching fire. Earlier this year the Business Journal profiled Sturman Industries’ invitation for like-minded companies to relocate to Sturman’s 400-acre campus in the mountains around Woodland Park. The industrial applications firm hired a team of developers,… Continue Reading Woodland Station to fill hotel, meeting space void

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