Web site offers green networking

A Fort Collins company has launched a networking Web site for environmentally conscious businesses and philanthropic givers. The GenGreen Network lists state- and city-specific contact...

$6.2 M contract for T Square

The T Square Logistics Services Corp. of Colorado Springs has been awarded a $6.2 million contract to provide logistics services at Sheppard Air Force...

Jobless claims surge to eight-month high

Claims for unemployment benefits increased by 28,000 last week to reach the highest level in eight months – which was largely unexpected by economists. The...

Manitou, Colorado Springs contrasted in N.Y. Times

Today’s New York Times features a travel story about Manitou Springs – and what distinguishes it from neighboring Colorado Springs. Manitou is described as a...

Design input sought for Memorial skate park

Know anyone who likes to skateboard? If so, they might want to attend a series of design input meetings for a skate park scheduled to...

Retirement savings watermark set during first quarter

The most recently tallied retirement savings numbers show Americans’ savings assets totaled $16.6 trillion at the end of the first quarter of this year. The numbers, which come from the Investment Company Institute, also show that retirement savings account for 38 percent of all household financial assets. The news makes March of this year a […]
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Nominate your favorite entrepreneur for an SBA award

The Small Business Administration is seeking nominations for outstanding Colorado small business owners for its May 2008 Small Business Week Awards event. There are 10...

No rate increase for malpractice insurance next year

Most of Colorado’s doctors will not see a rate increase for their medical malpractice insurance next year. COPIC insurance company, which covers more than 80 percent of the privately insured doctors in the state, said there would be no rate increase for the second year in a row. The insurance company will also return $12 […]
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National media speculate on USOC move

The national media have begun to weigh in on the possibility that the United States Olympic Committee might leave Colorado Springs – and at...

Workplace injuries drop to lowest rate in four years

The latest fatal and nonfatal injury figures Nonfatal injuries and illnesses, private industry Total recordable cases 4,085,400 in 2006 Cases involving days away from work 1,183,500 in 2006 Cases involving sprains, strains, tears 503,530 in 2005 Cases involving injuries to the back 270,890 in 2005 Cases involving falls 255,750 in 2005 Total fatalities (all sectors) […]
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Memorial sells medical office bldg.

Ventas Inc.of Louisville, Ky. has purchased Memorial Health System’s 223,000-square-foot medical office building at 175 S. Union Blvd. for $52 million. Hospital CFO Gary Flansburg said the transaction, which also included the sale of second building at 8890 N. Union Blvd. for more than $13.8 million, was completed Oct. 1, following negotiations that began during […]
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State lags in child health care

Colorado’s Health Report Card: Healthy Beginnings C- Healthy Children C- Healthy Adolescents B Healthy Adults B Healthy Aging A- Colorado’s aging population is relatively healthy, but its children rank only average in health care needs and gains. That’s according to the Colorado Health Foundation’s annual report card. The state ranks average or below average on […]
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