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  1. 71Young ProfessionalPoole shares region's stories with studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    "I always envisioned myself becoming an archaeologist - you know, Indiana Jones - being out in the field digging and finding things," Poole recalls. "That's what I wanted to do."

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  2. One on OneBarker finds career assisting seniors 61Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Although his career path has been very different than he expected, Jody Barker is excelling in what he calls his "dream job." Originally from the East Coast, Barker started his career in communications and dreamed of working for a newspaper.

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  3. MarijuanaAnalysis: Increased legalization makes Springs an outlierRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Tuesday's vote means millions of people in California, Massachussetts and Nevada just boarded the retail marijuana train, apparently leaving Colorado Springs stuck at the station. Will Colorado Springs join them and become 420-friendly any time soon? Or will the city become even more of an outlier, an island of prohibition in a sea of legalization? Even as the voices for marijuana legalization become more powerful, many Colorado Springs elected officials find themselves in a foggy limbo.

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  4. Fastest-Growing Companies2016 Fastest-Growing Companies: Tumbleweed exceeds growth expectationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Tumbleweed Tiny Homes got started in 1999 with its first tiny RV - well before the tiny home trend started to gain ground in the United States. Tumbleweeds aren't made just for staying in one place, however - these tiny homes are on the move.

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  5. HazlehurstBlog: Stormwater suit softening - thanks to Trump?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    It may be that the Environmental Protection Agency/Department of Justice/Colorado Department of Health and the Environment stormwater lawsuit against the city of Colorado Springs may be settled fairly soon - thanks to President-elect Donald Trump. While Trump's policy positions during his campaign were often flexible or sketchy, one theme was constant: a hearty dislike of government over-regulation.

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  6. Daily NewsNew flight services to be added at Colorado Springs airport next yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    After a banner year for the tourism industry in Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region, Mayor John Suthers confirmed Nov. 3 at the Colorado Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau's annual tourism dinner that Frontier Airlines will add more routes at Colorado Springs' airport in 2017. Suther's said the airport's Commercial Aeronautical Zone continues to track new businesses and is seeing existing businesses expand.

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  7. Amusement and RecreationGreat Wolf Lodge Colorado Springs is hiringRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Colorado Springs' first indoor water park and family resort will open at the end of next month and needs hundreds of new employees. Great Wolf Lodge Colorado Springs will host two information sessions on its 500 new part-time and full-time opportunities from 6-8 p.m. Nov. 10 and Nov. 15 at The Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame, Hal Littrell Pavilion, 101 Pro Rodeo Drive.

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  8. Daily NewsDOJ files suit against Springs for stormwater permit violationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    The Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against the city of Colorado Springs for its "continuing and significant" violations of the Clean Water Act. The DOJ first notified the city of its intent to sue Nov. 5. The violations, according to information from the DOJ, are related to the city's permit for stormwater discharges.

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  9. EntrepreneurismSocial enterprises get assistance from BBB, SBDCRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    The result was Common Cause Catering, a catering business that works with Partners in Housing and Catholic Charities to employ and train people trying to work their way out of homelessness, addiction and domestic violence. "Most of our social impact comes in trying to help individuals move from a situation of needing or receiving benefits administered through the government into actually paying in to that tax system so that they're gainfully employed and not as dependent on that system," Howard said.

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  10. OpinionOn Nov. 9, put aside political rancorRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    There are a few things that both sides of the political spectrum can agree on: This election has gone on far too long, and it's been far too ugly. threats of jailing the opposition, and allegations of potential voter fraud.

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  11. Small BusinessOmtastic brings yoga to kids' level 65Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Kids' classes at Omtastic Yoga look a lot like play - imaginary adventures, animal sounds, "crazy" poses and a little peace at the end - but the benefits are serious. Jan Pratt, who is a schoolteacher, yoga instructor and co-founder of Omtastic Yoga, described children as "natural yogis."

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  12. commercial real estateHotels bolster commercial market 61Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    The Colorado Springs commercial real estate market continued to grow stronger throughout the third quarter of 2016 and has been bolstered by banner years for the local hospitality and tourism industries, according to industry experts. Reports published last month by Colorado-based real estate firms Turner Commercial Real Estate and Transwestern painted an optimistic picture of the local commercial market as a barometer for an increasingly strong regional economy supported by local industry.

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  13. 85One on OneFinley Fortune works to bring opportunity to SpringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Stephannie Finley Fortune went from being a big thinker in the small town of Stratford, Mo., to a Capitol insider, moving to Denver two days after graduating from high school, then building a career in politics and public policy in Washington, D.C. After traveling the world, serving on President George H.W. Bush's advance team and working as chief of staff in the 3rd Congressional District and for Lt. Gov. Jane Norton, Fortune made her way to Colorado Springs in 2006 and got in the local game.

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  14. OpinionElection night unity? Maybe this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Once the 2016 election is over - no matter the outcome - we must come together as a nation, a state and most importantly of all, as a local community. After all, this is where we live our everyday lives.

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  15. PeopleDirnberger dishes up nutrition at D-11 83Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Dirnberger has been the executive chef for Colorado School District 11 for just more than two years, but his road to feeding the children of the city's largest school district has been anything but smooth. Dirnberger spoke with the Business Journal this week about food, but also about finding a focus, heartbreak and never giving up on a dream.

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  16. Health ServicesMission Medical beacon for region's infirmRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Mission Medical Clinic began in 2004 as a "group of church-minded folks who were praying for healing," according to Barb Cronin, executive director for the only free clinic in Colorado Springs. "They soon discovered if they added a little penicillin to the praying, perhaps people would be healed faster," she said.

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  17. HazlehurstBoard denies quarry plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    "Sometimes I thought they heard us, sometimes I thought not. It was up and down, then they went into closed session to consult with their attorney, then they came back to the dais and began their deliberations."

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  18. Daily NewsReport identifies funding gaps for transportationRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    According to a recent statewide report, during the next 25 years Colorado Springs should spend an additional $15 million on its transit system to keep up with the growing population and enhance local tourism, health and economic growth. Colleen McLoughlin, campaign associate for the Colorado Public Interest Research Group Foundation , shared results from CoPIRG's yearlong study Oct. 25 at the downtown Transit Depot.

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  19. Daily NewsReport: 2015 a record-setting year for regional tourismRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region saw a record-setting year or tourism in 2015, according to a recently published report by Longwoods International. A total of 20.5 million people visited the region last year - 43 percent taking overnight trips and 57 percent taking day trips - and invested $1.976 billion into the local economy, according to the report.

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  20. Daily NewsCity crews pave 215 miles of road during 2016 work seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Colorado Springs officials announced Oct. 31 that city crews had successfully paved 215 lane miles of road during this year's "paving season." The project was the first in a series that is being funded by a five-year $.62 city sales tax, which was approved by voters last November via Ballot Issue 2C.

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