Sunglasses for all

ZZ Top would be glad to know that they could wear their sunglasses at night and actually be improving their night vision. Alissa Bohall, owner of the month old Sunglasses and Such located at 32 E. Bijou, said polarized sunglasses reduce eye strain by cutting down on the glare. Therefore,...
When the world’s largest computer-chip maker announced last month that it would shell out nearly $400 million to upgrade its Colorado Springs plant, technical workers may have breathed a collective sigh of relief-is that a light at the end of a very long tunnel? It could be, if spending at two microchip manufacturing companies indicates […]
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<B>By LAUREY LUMMUS</B> <FONT SIZE=-1><I>Staff Reporter</I></FONT> Hobby Lobby, soon to relocate to the Citadel Crossing Shopping Center, isabout to encounter a rival store opening down the street. The Citadel Plaza will be the home of Michaels, which is currently locatedat 4438 Austin Bluffs Parkway. A 25,000-square-foot building is underconstruction and will...
WOODLAND PARK — The City Above the Clouds is open for business. According to Brian Fleer, executive director of its Office of Economic and Downtown Development, the Teller County city of about 7,000 has weathered a “catastrophic” national economic downturn, and the rebound is palpable. “The good news is, we’ve come out of the recession. […]
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If you want to understand what makes Philip Anschutz tick, you might want to take a look at his eponymous art collection, housed at the American Museum of Western Art in Denver. Open to the public since May 2012, the museum houses more than 300 iconic paintings of the American West, most executed between 1820 […]
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ROI or IOU?

Land — like other precious or disappearing commodities — will always have its allure. And those, who are looking to “make their money on the buy,” need to do plenty of homework at the El Paso County assessor’s office or on the advice of a seasoned land/investment broker. Sierra Commercial broker Dale Wheeler and Palmer […]
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Realtor Sarah Rudolph has affiliated with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s Colorado Springs office. Rudolph earned an associatesdegree in accounting from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Robert Ochsner, M.D., has joined Kaiser Permanente’s physician team at its Briargate medical offices. He obtained his medical degree at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He is […]
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Stable occupancies and rents, few new units under construction and delayed absorption of multifamily units in southeast Colorado Springs because of troop deployments were the themes for the multifamily market during the first half of 2008. “Out of 204 total apartment complexes of 50 units or greater, we’re looking at 173 units of net absorption during the second quarter of the year, but so far this year we’re down by 48 units,” said Doug Carter of Doug Carter LLC and Sperry Van Ness.
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Cindy Senger reins in her excitement – but it's tough to remain nonchalant about winning three prestigious awards at the Fifth Annual Interior Design "Celebrate Design" Awards, sponsored by the Colorado chapter of the American Society of Interior Design (ASID). "The Denver crowd really knew Colorado Springs designers...
Shawna Kemppainen looks forward every day to get to work. That’s because each day is an opportunity to help a youth who is experiencing homelessness in Colorado Springs. Originally from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (Kemppainen describes herself as a yooper, for the U.P.), she spent 16 years in Arizona before moving to Colorado Springs. She studied […]
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<SUBHEAD>Digital camera delivers picture perfect product</SUBHEAD> Alocal commercial photographer has one of the most convenient cameras on the planet, and his business customers are reaping the benefits. Don Jones, owner of <B>Jones Photography</B> in Colorado Springs, has just purchased a Phase One Lightphase digital camera — the only single-shot, high-resolution...
Homer “Bucky” Wesley, vice president for student services at Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, Miss., has been selected as vice chancellor for student success and enrollment management at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. He will have oversight for enrollment services, financial aid, student retention, academic advising, counseling, student health, and student life. […]
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