Colorado Springs Business Journal: Colorado Springs ranks No. 3 among best cities for veterans

Colorado Springs has dropped a ranking in WalletHub’s latest study of best places for military veterans to live.

The Olympic City is now ranked third-best for vets among the 100 largest cities in the U.S., according to the finance website’s 2018’s Best & Worst Places for Veterans to Live study.

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The Gazette: Colorado Springs ranks among top 20 technology sites, according to study

Colorado Springs is one of the top 20 U.S. cities offering the best combination of quality of life and job prospects for technology workers, says a study released Tuesday by the Computing Technology Industry Association.

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The Gazette: Colorado Springs area had nation’s fourth-hottest job market through October

The Colorado Springs area added nearly 15,000 jobs in the 12 months ending Oct. 31, giving the region the fourth hottest job market in the nation.

That 5.2 percent growth rate ranked behind Midland, Texas; Ocean City, N.J., and Kankakee, Ill., according to data released Friday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Like all jobs reports, the growth rate will eventually be adjusted downward in March when more complete employment information is available, an economist said.

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The Gazette Editorial: “A Strong Mayor Attests to Our Success”

Mayor John Suthers had an enviable task Friday, reporting the “State of the City” during this pinnacle era for Colorado Springs.

Other cities and towns should look to the Springs to learn how we got here.

Suthers summarized a long list of positive cultural and economic indicators by citing the country’s undisputed leader in best-of rankings.

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The Gazette: “Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers to Seek Re-election”

Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers said he’ll seek re-election in April.

“I will not make a formal announcement until January but will use the next four months to organize a campaign and raise funds for it,” he said.

Suthers, former Colorado attorney general, won his mayoral seat in an April 2015 runoff against former Mayor Mary Lou Makepeace, the only woman elected to that office. He replaced Mayor Steve Bach, who did not seek re-election.

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