Thuylien Lampe, who is active duty Air Force, transferred to Schriever Air Force Base seven years ago with the goal of retiring in Colorado Springs with her husband. Today, after serving in the Air Force for more than 20 years, Lampe is working on two ideas to launch future...
Entertainment districts are likely to become part of the Colorado Springs landscape, said City Councilor Don Knight, but in what form they’ll be approved is still up for discussion. The Colorado Springs Liquor and Beer Licensing Board unanimously voted Aug. 18 to pass proposed amendments to the City Liquor Code, and city council had its […]
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Donielle Gonzales fondly remembers the days when, as an ambassador for the Pueblo Chamber of Commerce, she attended ribbon cuttings and other ceremonies wearing a scarf, necklace and earrings adorned with the likenesses of Pueblo chiles. Now she’s the chamber’s tourism director and also executive director of the Pueblo Chile Growers Association. “From a chamber […]
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This year, the J.M. Smucker Co. considered El Paso County as a potential site for a warehouse, but in May it was announced that the company had instead purchased land in Longmont for its $340 million plant. Smucker’s passed over the Pikes Peak region because it lacked industrial railway access...
The giant chess set and oversized Connect 4 that showed up in Acacia Park this summer are among many efforts underway — by citizens and the city — to energize and revitalize Colorado Springs parks. It’s not just about games; parks mean business in the Springs. The 2017 Economic...
Despite being within about an hour’s drive of each other, some issues facing the Tri-Lakes region, Colorado Springs, western and southern El Paso County, Teller County and Pueblo can seem worlds apart. Barriers were broken down last week, however, as leaders from those communities gathered for the Colorado Springs Business...
Problem: My organization is built around teams and teamwork. However, if we are completely honest with ourselves, most of our teams are not functioning at a high level. None of the leaders in our organization have training or background in team building. How can we become better at building...
Today’s edition (June 16) of the Colorado Springs Business Journal includes the Health Care Quarterly, and while most of the Journal’s focuses on health care in the past include interviews with doctors, nurses and traditional health care administrators, this week’s Quarterly follows up on the topic of health equity. It was a little over a year […]
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The city of Colorado Springs and Monument resident Leslie Weise are once more engaging in a legal battle. Weise filed a notice earlier this month to sue the city of Colorado Springs for more than $1 million. The original dispute started nearly two years ago, when Weise sought to force Colorado Springs Utilities to release […]
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Debt, whether it’s connected to a small business or personal finances, can create stress in our lives. Some people deal with that better than others; some don’t feel the stress at all, comfortable in what may have been a conscious decision to create that debt, and confident in the ability to erase it in a […]
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When Erik Davidson talks to a room full of millionaires, he has their undivided attention. That was certainly the scene May 18 at Cheyenne Mountain Resort when Davidson offered financial advice to some of the Pikes Peak region’s wealthiest investors. Davidson, who is Wells Fargo’s chief investment officer, is accustomed...
The Springs will be a special destination for thousands of out-of-town guests this summer because of two much-anticipated events.
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