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Bar owner fined $21,000 for music infringements

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In 2012, the boys were just back in Colorado Springs from Afghanistan and celebrating at the Carey-On Saloon with a night of karaoke. ...

Colorado Springs sales tax collections inch upward in March

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Colorado Springs sales tax collections - a key revenue source that funds city government spending - rose slightly last month, continuing ...

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