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Ned Hunter

Business Reporter

  • Colorado Springs-area music festival gets new producer, but show's site remains the same

    Updated: Thu, Jan 9, 2014

    La Foret Conference and Retreat Center is getting out of the music festival business, but MeadowGrass - the three-day festival held each year at the Black Forest venue - will go on at the same time and place. Questions about the annual festival's future arose after La Foret officials...

  • Josh and John's finds a sweet spot for a second Colorado Springs location

    Updated: Tue, Jan 7, 2014

    It has taken five years, but the owner of Josh & John's has found the "perfect" location for his next ice cream store. Owner John Krakauer, 51, hopes to open his second shop inside a former Mountain Shadows Starbucks space no later than Feb 14. He said the open ceiling, large...

  • 10-hour public hearing ends with approval that paves way for 37,000-acre El Paso County wind farm

    Updated: Thu, Dec 19, 2013

    It's like living under an airport where the planes never land. That's how one person who spoke against a proposed windmill farm in east El Paso County described living near turbines during Tuesday's board of County Commissioners meeting. "I live under one of these, and my dream of...

  • Colorado Springs dentist tests app that allows remote dental assessments

    Updated: Thu, Dec 19, 2013

    So your Pop Warner football player or Little League slugger looks like he's about to be the hero of the game when suddenly, instead of scoring the game-winning touchdown or hitting the go-ahead home run, the future all-star gets struck in the mouth. How bad is the dental damage? What...

  • Vintage clothing, record store moving to Colorado Springs' west side

    Updated: Wed, Dec 18, 2013

    The Leechpit has found a new home. The store that was formerly at 802 N. Nevada Ave. near the Colorado College campus and sold vintage clothing, vinyl records and a cacophony of memorabilia from the past will open on the city's west side by Feb. 1, said owner Adam Leech. Leech is...

  • Callicrate wants to open downtown meat processing plant / school

    Updated: Tue, Dec 17, 2013

    Mike Callicrate is working to buy a former warehouse building once used by the Gazette. The building is at 522 S. Wahsatch Ave. and  is not part of the Gazette’s current location at 30 S. Prospect St. Callicrate hopes to close on the property later this week. He wants to...

  • Ranch Foods Direct owner to buy warehouse near downtown

    Published: Mon, Dec 16, 2013

    Mike Callicrate is working to buy a former warehouse building on South Wahsatch Avenue, with plans to turn it into a meat processing plant. The building, at 522 S. Wahsatch Ave., was once used by The Gazette and is owned by TJ&TC, LLC, a group of four private investors who bought...

  • Sunny Vista seeks permission to build assisted living facility at former site

    Published: Mon, Dec 16, 2013

    Sunny Vista Living Center wants to tear down its former skilled nursing facility and build an assisted living complex, a move that would make Sunny Vista the area's first non-profit Continuum of Care Retirement Community. Sunny Vista has two elderly assistance facilities. One is the...

  • Downtown Colorado Springs revitalization proponents hope more choose the heart of the city

    Updated: Sun, Dec 15, 2013

    Michele Berdinis can go to work, lunch, dinner, a movie and her favorite bar, and never have to worry about getting a speeding ticket or a DUI. Berdinis lives in a loft on North Tejon Street, a purchase she made about four years ago after selling her 3,000-square-foot Mountain...

  • Police investigating sex assault north of downtown Colorado Springs

    Updated: Sun, Dec 15, 2013

    Police are looking for a man who sexually assaulted a woman at about 1:22 a.m. near North Nevada Avenue and Uintah Street. Police said the suspect is a white male in his 20s with short dark hair who reportedly smelled of cigarette smoke and alcohol. Anyone with information can call...

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