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For the nearly 1.4 million Coloradans who are enrolled in Medicaid, a salary increase can mean the loss of critical health insurance. Sometimes this fear can keep participants from pursuing employment, or even force them to limit their weekly hours to stay below the income threshold. However, Jaime Harrell, independent living program manager at The […]
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AF CyberWorx has seen slower-than-expected expansion in staff and facilities, but outgoing director Lt. Col. Mike Chiaramonte is confident it’s reaching better solutions, faster — reaping greater rewards for the Air Force. And now that the Air Force’s cyber responsibilities have shifted from Air Force Space Command to Air Combat Command, Chiaramonte sees a smoother, […]
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By Lily Reavis Emma Tang is a self-professed “feminist in progress.” Although she has spent the past three years participating in political debates, growing her online advocacy network and planning her 2040 presidential campaign, the 17-year-old firmly believes that she will never stop learning how to best fill the ever-changing role of a feminist leader. […]
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Sarah Hamilton greets a customer by name at the Colorado Farm and Art Market, and they spend a few minutes catching up before Hamilton rings up the purchase of freshly harvested greens, herbs and flowers. Hamilton is in her third year owning and running New Roots Farm, a 5-acre family operation near Cañon City. She […]
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Flow Right Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Inc. was awarded the Colorado Companies to Watch award. “Only 50 companies throughout the state of Colorado are given this award after a rigorous two-part application process,” a release from the Pueblo-based company said. The award was presented June 21 at the Denver Marriott Tech Center. According to the […]
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The Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Behavioral Health has awarded funding to 17 county jails, including in Pueblo and El Paso counties, to continue or initiate medication-assisted treatment for people with opioid use disorder. The state is awarding nearly $1.9 million in total to the 17 county sheriff’s offices that applied for MAT […]
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For those who have lived in southern Colorado for some time, Jay Cimino is a familiar face. He is recognizable not only for his appearances in local Phil Long auto dealership television commercials, but for his multiple other businesses and tremendous community involvement as well. Cimino is a Colorado native, hailing from Trinidad. He’s a […]
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Local cannabis advocates are hailing Colorado’s 2019 legislative session as a milestone for the burgeoning industry, but the specifics of the 13 cannabis-related bills that passed still remain murky. “By far this was the most productive year for cannabis, not only for the industry, but also the patients and caregivers,” Jason Warf, executive director of […]
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Colorado Springs City Council, acting as the Colorado Springs Utilities Board, approved at its June 17 meeting a new energy vision that will serve as the guiding principle for planning for the city’s future needs. The energy vision states that the utility will “provide resilient, reliable and cost-effective energy that is environmentally sustainable, reduces our […]
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A hundred teachers squealed and ducked as Eddie Goldstein pulled a trigger and showered them with a thousand ping pong balls. “Well, I didn’t want to spray them with water,” said Goldstein, director of curriculum and large group programs at the National Space Science & Technology Institute. Goldstein was the keynote speaker at UCCS’ STEM […]
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During her 12 years of teaching Pikes Peak Community College’s aspiring pharmacy technicians, Nicole Barriera has started every semester with the same caveat. “We talk about how the state of Colorado doesn’t regulate,” said Barriera, chair of PPCC’s pharmacy technician program. “That’s scary because, in theory, [students] could walk out of my class and be […]
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JonMarc Radspinner never anticipated staying in the Springs — where he moved at age 3 from his native Houston — beyond his 2014 graduation from Colorado Springs Early Colleges. “When I was 18, I wanted to move away because I felt like I was going to stagnate in Colorado Springs,” said Radspinner, the 23-year-old general […]
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