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Ned Hunter

Business Reporter

  • Property values a concern after bank foreclosure leads to demise of Colorado Springs-area golf club

    Updated: Wed, Feb 19, 2014

    There's nothing on the Web page of the King's Deer Golf Club to indicate that it's anything but business as usual, but a call to the clubhouse confirms what residents of the upscale Monument development learned last week: The course and clubhouse are closed "until further notice."...

  • King's Deer golf course, north of Colorado Springs, shuts down

    Updated: Wed, Feb 19, 2014

    There’s nothing on the web page of the King’s Deer Golf Club to indicate that it’s anything but business as usual, but a call to the clubhouse confirms what residents of the upscale Monument development learned last week: the course and clubhouse are closed “until further...

  • Two Colorado Springs TV stations upgrade with with new buildings, equipment

    Updated: Fri, Feb 14, 2014

    In a competitive TV news market with four local stations, two Colorado Springs broadcasters are raising the stakes by investing millions of to purchase buildings, move their studios and upgrade their broadcast facilities. KKTV Channel 11 officially moved into its new production...

  • Black Forest man makes a name for himself through celebrity autograph business

    Published: Wed, Feb 12, 2014

    What's in a name? A lot of money, if it's a celebrity name written on paper, baseballs, photographs and other memorabilia. Just ask Todd Mueller of Black Forest, one of the world's largest autograph dealers. Through his business, Todd Mueller Autographs, he's made - and lost - more...

  • Moondog Music hums along in new and bigger location

    Updated: Tue, Feb 11, 2014

    It's a common refrain in the business world: When one person closes a business, another sees the opportunity to open one. At least that's how it worked for 30-year-old Mike Judge. A computer software programmer by trade, Judge wanted to open a music store, even though he has no formal...

  • Scouts say annual cookie season helps them fund projects, build skills

    Updated: Sun, Feb 9, 2014

    Maybe it's the flavors. Maybe it's that they are sold only for a limited time every year. Or maybe it's just the "cute" factor that makes it nearly impossible not to buy cookies from the eager salesgirls clutching their order forms and looking so hopeful. Whatever the reason,...

  • Colorado Springs restaurant's iPad use delivers faster service, bigger profits

    Updated: Sat, Feb 8, 2014

    The restaurant building is about 70 years old. Some of the Native American wall art inside has faded. One of the few signs of modern times inside the Western Omelette on South Walnut Street is the flat-screen TV - until one of the restaurant's servers pulls out her iPad mini to take...

  • Fire teaches Colorado Springs coffee shop owners some valuable business lessons

    Updated: Thu, Feb 6, 2014

    The flames were extinguished before the building was damaged. The direct losses were kept to two coffee makers, two microwave ovens, a few pounds of roasted beans, some plastic glasses and a tea maker. Smoke damage, on the other hand, was worse, and could cost Pikes Perk Downtown...

  • Results of 3rd El Paso County oil-drilling attempt due in 6 months

    Published: Wed, Feb 5, 2014

    Mustang Creek expects to finish drilling its exploratory oil well in eastern El Paso County in about three weeks. The company, a subsidiary of Denver-based NexGen Oil & Gas, started drilling its El Paso well on Jan. 10. It has received state permits to drill a second well in Elbert...

  • Propane shortages, soaring prices hit home in Colorado Springs area

    Updated: Fri, Jan 31, 2014

    Shortages, transportation problems, sales to foreign countries and commodity speculation are being blamed for the sudden and dramatic increase in propane gas costs hitting the Colorado Springs area and other parts of the country. The co-owner of Old Town Propane Company in Colorado...

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