Beginning with its first issue on April 1, 1989, the Colorado Springs Business Journal often featured bad news. That wasn’t because editor Chuck Shelden was a sour misanthrope looking for tales of woe, but because the city was experiencing a deep and prolonged downturn. In business, politics and citizen engagement, times were tough. On Feb. […]
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