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This week the National Cyber Intelligence Center's board of directors changed the center’s name and announced its nationally searching for the center’s CEO to reveal by the fall, according to city officials. The board voted July 5 to change the name from the National Cyber Intelligence Center to the National Cybersecurity...
In an attempt to make lemonade out of particularly sour lemons, Pueblo County Commissioners put an ambitious “De-Brucing” measure on the November ballot last week. If voters approve, the county will be able to retain revenue that would otherwise be refunded to voters, and use them to fund multiple...
Colorado farmers could be allowed to grow industrial hemp as early as next summer, with state permits alone. It’s unclear if the federal government would raid industrial hemp farms operating without DEA permission.
In just the past several weeks, two City for Champions projects have reached significant milestones: Officials and community stakeholders broke ground at the site of the planned U.S. Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame, and the University of Colorado Board of Regents awarded $61.4 million to go toward the...
Colorado Springs is one step closer to redeveloping a segment of the North Nevada Avenue corridor that has long been seen as a struggling transition between the city’s thriving north and its bustling downtown. The city unveiled the draft of the North Nevada Avenue Plan during an open house Tuesday...
During his second State of the City address as mayor of Colorado Springs, John Suthers spoke at The Broadmoor hotel on Sept. 8 about the city’s progress and potential — painting an optimistic picture of health and prosperity. “A year ago, in my first State of the City address, I...
Numbers can be deceiving, but in the case of human-powered transportation, there’s no question. Bikes mean business. Recently, the city of Colorado Springs, using results from the first part of its PlanCOS community survey, determined that the outdoor lifestyle was one of the main reasons people enjoy living in the...
Throughout the expansive room inside Library 21c, interested people gathered in clusters, listening to others, asking questions and receiving answers. The crowd estimated at 250 to 300 might not have been fully united, but on this Tuesday evening, even the known cynics kept their confrontational instincts in check. The event was...
Look at “more bang for the buck” from a new angle. Buying local is a powerful way to make your dollar work harder — creating jobs, increasing wealth, helping the environment and strengthening the community. “There’s no argument. When you spend locally, more of it stays in the local economy,” said...
Unmanned aircraft, a federal courthouse and a beer college are all issues El Paso County residents might be hearing more about in the year to come. Stan VanderWerf, new District 3 county commissioner, explained those initiatives to a crowd during the Tri-Lakes area’s State of the Region address on Feb....
Attorneys representing clients in the courtroom are guided by a simple set of rules: If the facts are with you, pound the facts; If the law is with you, pound the law; If neither the facts nor the law support your client, pound the table! The city’s response to the third-party analysis of...
Downtown Partnership's president and CEO, Susan Edmondson thought she would be doing the presenting of awards Thursday morning at the organization's annual breakfast. Instead, the first honor of the program at the Antlers Hilton went to Edmondson herself. Mayor John Suthers, wrapping up his planned brief remarks to start the agenda,...