Greenwood Village News Is A Great Way To Take The Pulse Of The Denver Economy

It can sometimes be hard to take the economic pulse of an entire city or its metropolitan area. While there might be sweeping specifics you can look at for an entire area, such as average rent, the number of people employed versus not, and income levels or growth, how can you really tell these are local trends or just reflections of what might be going on at a regional, state,…

If You Have Student Loan Debt, You Might Also Need Life Insurance

Taking out a life insurance policy as a new college graduate may not be top of mind, but it’s worth exploring if you have student loans. Some of that debt can live on, even if you die. “That’s not something that college-age students and their parents tend to think about,” said Betsy Mayotte, director of consumer outreach and compliance for American Student Assistance, a nonprofit focused on higher education financing….

Inlanta Mortgage Adds Seven New Branches

Pewaukee-based Inlanta Mortgage Inc. has added seven new branches so far this year. DelTorto The mortgage lender’s new locations are in Marshfield, Wisconsin; Orland Park, Illinois; Indianapolis, Indiana; Fishers, Indiana; Sarasota, Florida; Dallas, Texas; and Greenwood Village, Colorado. Founded in 1993, Inlanta now has more than 250 employees at more than 40 branches in 20 states, about 17 of which are in Wisconsin. The company said the expansion has been…

Annual 5k builds community between congregations in Colorado Springs, Rwanda

Steve Flannery remembers the little boy sucking on a tube of toothpaste. He remembers how the dispensary director thought hand sanitizer was something to drink. He remembers the young men who wanted to go back to school and the women who had their babies in the dirt. It was 2007 in Kibali, Rwanda, and Flannery was visiting with members of the International Anglican Church of Colorado Springs to establish relationships…

Coffmans Split: Colorado Political Power Couple Makes ‘Painful Decision’

DENVER (CBS4) – A prominent couple in Colorado politics has decided to divorce. Republicans Mike and Cynthia Coffman filed for divorce over the weekend after 12 years of marriage. They called the decision “mutual and private.” Rep. Mike Coffman has served as state treasurer, secretary of state and is a five-term congressman from the 6th Congressional District. Attorney General Cynthia Coffman has served as the deputy executive director of the…