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Ned Hunter

Business Reporter

  • Farewell, Taos Trading: 31-year-old Manitou Springs shop closing next year

    Updated: Fri, Dec 13, 2013

    Sometimes the hardest thing is not being able to say goodbye. After 20 years of selling Native American-made jewelry, sand paintings, fetishes, pottery and dream catchers, the owners of Taos Trading Co. in Manitou Springs will close their store in mid-March because their lease is...

  • Colorado Springs Airport plans marketing campaign for Alaska Airlines service

    Published: Thu, Dec 12, 2013

    Alaska Airlines entered the Colorado Springs market with a splash at the beginning of November, and its daily flights between Colorado Springs and Seattle averaged 62 percent capacity for the month. It's a good start, say officials with the airline and Colorado Springs Airport, but...

  • Little Market & Deli in Colorado Springs shutting down Dec. 24

    Updated: Tue, Dec 10, 2013

    When the Little Market & Deli on East Willamette Avenue closes at 4 p.m. Dec. 24, it will mark the demise of a 103-year-old city landmark, a community gathering spot - and a place where, for 25 years, Janie Arvidson has bought specialty pies, cakes, ethnic food and the "best...

  • Search is on for restaurant(s) to take over Giuseppe's space downtown

    Updated: Thu, Dec 5, 2013

    Wanted: A restaurant - or maybe two - to occupy a former railroad depot that once housed a landmark Italian eatery in downtown Colorado Springs. Owners of the Old Depot Square have started marketing the former Giuseppe's Old Depot Restaurant space at 10 S. Sierra Madre St. in hopes...

  • Colorado Springs bike shop fills last space at Ivywild School

    Updated: Wed, Dec 4, 2013

    Melvin Hayes and Todd Hood literally acquired the experience to run a bicycle shop from the School of Hard Knocks. Combined, the two men have almost 70 years of downhill and BMX-styled racing, more than 25 state championships - and a long history of broken bones, collapsed lungs and...

  • Manitou Springs bakery expanding to Colorado Springs

    Updated: Tue, Dec 3, 2013

    Coquette’s Bistro and Bakery, the popular Manitou Springs eatery known for its gluten-free baked goods, will expand into downtown Colorado Springs in a few months. The business is owned and operated by the mother-daughter team of Michelle Marx and Turu Eurich, who plan to open...

  • Suspect in Colorado Springs hit-and-run also failed to register as sex offender, police say

    Updated: Sun, Dec 1, 2013

    A man wanted for failing to register as a sex offender was found Saturday hiding in a large field on the city's east side. Police and sheriff's deputies found Antonio Martinez, 30, hiding in the field as law enforcement offices searched for him as a suspect in a hit and run accident....

  • Alleged burglar believed he was being chased

    Published: Sat, Nov 30, 2013

    When Colorado Springs police officers responded early Saturday to a reported in-progress burglary, they were met by a man believing he was running for his life. Police went to the Airlan Arms Apartments located at 1930 E. La Salle St. at 3:24 a.m. after receiving a call that an...

  • Small Business Saturday a big deal to bottom lines

    Published: Wed, Nov 27, 2013

    While big box retailers continue to create the annual Black Friday frenzy, small-business owners are fighting to draw shoppers to their stores the following day. Saturday has been designated Small Business Saturday. The day was created four years ago to draw attention to the nation's...

  • Planning Commission approves wind farm for eastern El Paso County

    Updated: Wed, Nov 27, 2013

    Light pollution from bright red aviation warning beacons, possible cell phone disruption, noise and money were among the issues - both pro and con - voiced by residents who might end up living near a proposed wind farm in eastern El Paso County. After a lengthy meeting Tuesday, the...

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