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Mountain Chalet under new ownership

Mountain Chalet under new ownership

Mountain Chalet, the mountaineering shop located across from Acacia Park in downtown Colorado Springs, is under new ownership. Dan and Marilyn Foster, the store’s proprietors for 34 years, handed over the keys March 2 to new owners, Jim and Elaine Smith, who, according to a news release, “share the Foster’s passion for the outdoors and… Continue Reading Mountain Chalet under new ownership

Tax returns to be stored in savings

Playing it safe and planning ahead, Americans plan to stash their tax refunds into savings this year. According to the National Retail Federation’s annual Tax Returns Survey conducted by Prosper Insights and Analytics, 47 percent of those expecting a refund plan to put the money into savings, the highest percentage in the survey’s history. Nearly… Continue Reading Tax returns to be stored in savings

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Academy research awards ceremony today

Work to create a nuclear physics curriculum at the U.S. Air Force Academy, developing a new engine design, delving into spacecraft docking techniques at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and investigating the cost savings from sustainable buildings are some of the projects that will be highlighted during the 19th annual Research Awards at the Air… Continue Reading Academy research awards ceremony today

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Nonprofit to teach good prescribing practices

A Denver-based nonprofit plans to be the first in the state to offer “Prescribing Controlled Drugs: Critical Issues and Common Pitfalls,” a course designed to teach appropriate prescribing practices. The Center for Personalized Education for Physicians will offer the three-day course twice this year, according to a news release. It is intended for those who… Continue Reading Nonprofit to teach good prescribing practices

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New vehicle registrations down in January

New vehicle registrations in Colorado decreased 8.3 percent in January 2015 from the same time last year, according to the Colorado Auto Outlook Report. There were 10,727 new cars and trucks registered in January compared to 11,702 in January 2014, according to the report published by the Colorado Automobile Dealers Association. “Considering we ended 2014… Continue Reading New vehicle registrations down in January

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RealtyTrac, a leading source in the U.S. for comprehensive housing data, today released its Q4 and Year-End 2014 U.S. Home Flipping Report, which shows 136,269 U.S. single family homes were flipped in 2014, 5.4 percent of all single family home sales during the year — the lowest share of flips since 2011. A total of 32,578… Continue Reading Report: Profit from flipping homes up

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UCCS HealthCircle now seeing Kaiser Permanente members

Kaiser Permanente Southern Colorado members 18 and older are now able to access primary care services at the UCCS HealthCircle housed within the Lane Center for Academic Health Sciences, located at 4863 N. Nevada Ave. This partnership between Kaiser Permanente and UCCS is designed to provide greater access to convenient health care for university employees with… Continue Reading UCCS HealthCircle now seeing Kaiser Permanente members

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The Colorado Department of Transportation announced Thursday the apparent successful proposing team of Kraemer North America, LLC and Tsiouvaras Simmons Holderness to reconstruct the Interstate 25/Cimarron Street interchange. “At $116.1 million, this will be the second largest highway construction project in the Pikes Peak region since COSMIX — the reconstruction of I-25, was completed in… Continue Reading CDOT selects I-25/Cimarron design-build contractor team

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Real estate trend tracker CoreLogic released data today indicating that nearly 900,000 single-family houses in the U.S. are at “high” or “very high” risk for wildfire damage, including 14,282 homes in Colorado Springs. The total homes, spread across 13 states, are estimated at $237 billion in reconstruction value, while the homes at risk in Colorado Springs… Continue Reading Report: Colorado Springs among cities with highest fire risk

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UCCS to host mayor candidate forum

In concert with local mass media and community partners, the UCCS will host a Colorado Springs mayoral candidate forum at 7:30 p.m. March 19 in Berger Hall. The university will join with the Colorado Springs Business Journal, Colorado Springs Independent, KKTV, the Colorado Springs Gazette, the Regional Leaders Forum, Downtown Partnership and the Colorado Springs Leadership Institute… Continue Reading UCCS to host mayor candidate forum

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