Slow airport traffic has cabs, hotels feeling pain

Passenger volumes declined once again at the Colorado Springs Airport this month, news that’s become all too familiar since the recession began sinking its teeth into the airline business.

Federal Reserve launches Investment Connection Online

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City has launched a Web-based tool called Investment Connection Online. The goal is to match funders–including financial institutions, government, corporate enterprises and community foundations–with organizations that have community and economic development proposals that need an investment, grant or loan. Investment Connection makes it easier for funders to learn about […]
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Pike’s Trail designation up again in Congress

It's not as well-known as Lewis and Clark's route - but Pike's Trail through the West is coming back before Congress for an official...

CSOF grants $160,000 for health improvement

Seventeen local nonprofit organizations will receive grants from the Colorado Springs Osteopathic Foundation totaling $160,000 to provide access to care, transportation, counseling, health education and advocacy for children and adults. The nonprofits receiving grants are: Amblicab – $5,000 for transporting disabled adults and children to medical appointments; Court-Appointed Special Advocates of the Pikes Peak Region […]
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Space Foundation plans big announcement

The Space Foundation and the Colorado Springs Economic Development Corp. are planning a joint news conference at the Penrose House on Thursday. The two...

State’s health organizations support reform proposals

Health care organizations have positive things to say about the 208 Commission’s report to the General Assembly. The commission was charged with recommended changes to the state’s health care system and has worked for a year to come up with 30 reform recommendations. “Colorado’s health foundations – Caring for Colorado Foundation, Rose Community Foundation, The […]
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Lockheed Martin delivers antennas for next-generation GPS satellites

Lockheed Martin is preparing to install the navigation, communication and hosted payload antenna assemblies for the first satellite for the next-generation Global Positioning System. Lockheed Martin is currently under contract for production of the first four GPS III satellites, and has received advanced procurement funding for long-lead components for four additional satellites. The GPS III […]
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Letter to the Editor: Criticism misses the mark

To the Editor: To say that Tracy duCharme’s criticism of Dan Nordberg’s praising of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in your October 19-25 edition...

Cuchara gets new life from Springs investor

A Southern Colorado ski resort that has had six Texas-based owners since it opened in 1981, has received a breath of new life. ...

Colorado’s suicide rate reaches record numbers in 2012

More Coloradans died by suicide in 2012 than ever before, says the state’s Department of Public Health and Environment. The state’s suicide death toll has been climbing in the past decade, giving Colorado one of the highest suicide rates in the nation. In 2012, 1,053 people in the state completed suicide, representing a rate of […]
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DIA on-time flight ranking drops

Denver International Airport has dropped from its gleaming No. 3 spot for on-time flight arrivals during 2006 to No. 11 during 2007. The...

Fort Carson suicide rate down by more than a third

Army officials say Fort Carson's suicide rate fell by more than a third last year. Fort Carson's acting commander, Brig. Gen. James Doty, said Wednesday...