Wayne Heilman

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Denver investors buy Monument Hill Country Club

By: Wayne Heilman

A Greenwood Village-based company has bought Monument Hill Country Club in northern El Paso County with plans for a name change, but no other immediate alterations for the 915-member club.

Monument Investors...

Colorado Springs actor to portray Teddy Roosevelt in history presentation


Colorado Springs actor Don Moon will portray President Theodore Roosevelt in the final "Think You Know History" series presentation at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Chapel at Evergreen Cemetery, 1005 S. Hancock...

Pikes Peak Community Foundation CEO wins Accolades award


Trudy Strewler Hodges, CEO of the Pikes Peak Community Foundation, received the Accolades Business Leader of the Year Award Tuesday from the Southern Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce.

She received the...

Partial shutdown of Indiana refinery pushing Colorado Springs gasoline prices higher

By: Wayne Heilman

Oil prices are falling globally, yet gas prices are rising in Colorado Springs and elsewhere.

What's going on?

Blame a partial shutdown of a major refinery in Indiana earlier this month and production...

Colorado Springs drops sharply in ranking of most small-business friendly cities

By: Wayne Heilman

Colorado Springs' tops-in-the-nation ranking as a city that's friendly to small businesses took a big tumble in the latest annual survey by Thumbtack. com.

In 2014, the Springs was rated No. 1 for business...

Colorado Springs company moving manufacturing operation to Golden

By: Wayne Heilman

Photo Stencil LLC, which makes stencils used to transfer circuit designs onto printed circuit boards and semiconductors, plans to move its manufacturing operation to a plant in Golden and its offices to northern El...

Four Colorado Springs companies make 2015 Inc 5000


Four Colorado Springs companies have made the 2015 Inc. 5000 list, the same number that made the list last year but down sharply from the 10 that made the ranking in 2012.

The four local businesses were...

Ad campaign targets EPA rules that could affect Colorado Springs


A national trade group for manufacturers launched a multi-million dollar television advertising campaign Tuesday in Colorado and Washington, D.C., targeting new federal rules that would reduce limits on allowable...