According to one expert in identity theft, it’s only a matter of time before my identity is stolen. It happens for many reasons — medical, educational, professional and ultimately for financial reasons. Not that I have a mountain of money to steal … It’s easy during this wireless Internet age, to gather information about people. […]
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The next president of the United States should submit the nomination for the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court, according to U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn, the Republican from Colorado Springs. Last week’s death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has led to speculation over the future of the Clean Power Act. The act seeks […]
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Members of Ent Federal Credit Union will be asked to vote by Oct. 29 to change the institution’s charter from a federal charter to a state charter. “With a state charter, we can serve more people,” said Victoria Selfridge, vice president, corporate communications. “Federal charters are more restrictive.” The move will enable the $4.2 billion […]
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Ladyfingers Letterpress prepared custom wedding invitations for Saturday Night Live alum John Mulaney and other work for fashion designer Tory Burch, IMAX CEO Richard Gelfond and others. The owners, Morgan Calderini and her wife Arley-Rose Torsone, moved the business’ headquarters from Rhode Island to Colorado Springs two years ago, but just recently opened a retail […]
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Charlie Whelan is the CEO and executive director of the Pikes Peak Workforce Center. Federally funded with a budget close to $8 million annually, the center offers multiple layers of help to people seeking employment in this region. Whelan, who describes himself as a “young-at-heart [Baby] Boomer who embraces the new world every day and […]
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