CC finishes $14 million residence hall renovation

Colorado College has completed a $14 million renovation of Slocum Hall, one of its largest residence halls. Built in the 1950s, the makeover was designed to create new study spaces in the building, enhancing the sense of community and collaboration. The residence hall now has an open lounge on the first floor, as well as […]
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Helping All the Little Ones

The HALO (Helping All the Little Ones) fashion show last Friday at the Broadmoor Hotel’s Stars Nightclub raised $8,000 to benefit children affected by...

Report: Realtors optimistic about future of office, medical real estate

 The Colorado Springs office and medical office market continues to heat up with the summer months — with the number of vacancies down and...

Hacker: Nothing’s really safe

Those at the Homeland Defense Symposium got a lesson from a computer hacker. That lesson: nothing's really secure. Oh, and all the expensive equipment the government buys...

Bennet, Buck face off in 3rd debate

Colorado's Senate candidates are facing off as both face questions about previous jobs. Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet meets Republican Ken Buck Thursday in Pueblo for...

Weak demand at auction of 30-year Treasury bonds

A government auction of 30-year Treasury bonds is drawing weak bids as investors return to buying European debt. The Treasury Department sold $13 billion in 30-year bonds Thursday at a higher yield than similar bonds fetched on the market at the time. A bond’s yield rises as its price falls. Data from CRT Capital Group […]
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Hill Climb rescheduled for Aug. 12

The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is on. Aug. 12 is the new date for the 90th run of the second-oldest motor sports race in U.S. history. Race week begins Aug. 7 and includes technical inspection, practices, media day and the downtown Fan Fest Aug. 10.   Tickets purchased for the July 8 event will […]
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Executive ed center wins high ranking

The Financial Times ranked the Center for Creative Leadership No. 6 among executive education institutions. The North Carolina-based nonprofit has offices in Colorado Springs, San Diego, Brussels,Moscow,  Singapore;,New Delhi and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The ranking comes from a worldwide survey about executive education, according to a release from the group. This marks the second year […]
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New Fort Carson unit will care for military dogs

The Army has set up a new veterinary medical unit at Fort Carson to treat U.S. and allied military working dogs during deployments. The 438th...

New foreclosure filings on the rise

July turned out to be even busier than June at the office of the El Paso County Public Trustee, with increases in both the...

Holiday travelers undaunted by gas prices

Increased prices for gas, airfares, hotels and rental cars won’t dissuade travelers from hitting the roads this holiday season. AAA Colorado projects that 65.2 million Americans will travel 50 or more miles away from home, a 0.7 percent increase from last year’s 64.7 million. Travelers, it seems, have become resilient to the challenges, said Sandra […]
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Business Alliance moves forward with action plan from D.C. visit

Creating regional partnerships could mean the difference between losing jobs and successful economic policy.
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