The MITRE Corp. is a nonprofit organization that manages six federally funded research and development centers — for the IRS, the Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Defense, Veterans’ Affairs, Homeland Security and the federal court systems. Thirty four-year-old Dr. Michael Prausa is a local engineer who’s performing some of the...
The Department of Defense’s policy of insourcing — using government resources instead of private-sector contractors — should be scrapped immediately. Insourcing doesn’t save the kind of money officials envisioned it would, and, more importantly, it’s hurting the local defense-contracting industry and the economy in general. Last year, the Obama administration announced...
Pierre L’Enfant, a French-born civil engineer who served under George Washington during the Revolutionary War, created the original plan for the United States capital during 1791. The plan, according to the National Trust for Historic Preservation, is the most successful example of urban planning in American history.
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The drugstore giant, which operates roughly 8,290 locations, reported that same-store sales fell 2.1 percent. Read more here.
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John Bridges of Canaan Company recently completed his model home at 110 Brigham Court in Boulders Broadmoor. JoAnn Gaston, marketing assistant at Boulders Broadmoor, said the two-story home is 3,232 square feet finished and 4,815 square feet with the unfinished walk-out basement. This $450,000 home has an island kitchen...
"These are the times that try men's souls," American revolutionary Thomas Paine once said. The same might hold true today as the Pikes Peak region regroups after several salvos to the solar plexus. The New Year kicks off with the conflict over a detoured public process vital to a...
Jason Sibley has been elected to the board of trustees of the Colorado-Wyoming chapter of the National MS Society. Sibley is an audit partner with McGladrey LLP. Bryan Construction has hired Mark Sliwinski as a project manager. Sliwinski graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in construction management. Stockman Kast Ryan + Co. hired […]
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President Barack Obama is outlining a plan Wednesday to allow millions of student loan recipients to lower their payments and consolidate their loans, in hopes of easing the burden of the No. 2 source of household debt. The move to assist struggling graduates and students could help Obama shore up re-election support among young voters, […]
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<strong>Paul Kyburz</strong> has joined Aspen View Homes as a sales specialist for Freedom Heights. He previously was a community sales manager.<br><strong>Mildred E. Green </strong>has joined the Girls Scouts of Colorado as a membership and marketing specialist. She previously was a writer/editor for an American newspaper in Germany and a communications program coordinator for a chamber of commerce in North Carolina.
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A downtown shop owner has decided to close her doors once and for all. Jeanne Galvin closed her Mt. Tejon shop downtown in the early spring and reopened in the same location before the start of the summer season as Tillie & Toad. Her clothing and consignment business didn’t catch on the way she wanted. […]
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There were all of six tables and a single deli cooler at its former location on West Cucharras Street. Fast-forward two months, move everything four blocks to 26th Street and U.S. 24, quintuple the space and — voilà! — you have the new and vastly expanded Garden of the Gods Gourmet. One of the Westside’s […]
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It’s hard to know what to make of the latest flare-up between Mayor Steve Bach and five of the nine members of City Council. In a letter to Bach signed by Council President Keith King, Joel Miller, Andy Pico, Helen Collins and Don Knight, the five declared their opposition to any “local public funding” for […]
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