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New urgent care company is rapidly expanding in the Denver, CO market. Multiple positions available and need immediate placement of qualified candidates.

We are a dynamic and rapidly expanding company within the urgent care market, and we are proud to be a major part of the Denver healthcare community.”— Brian Tatarenko, Chief Administrative Officer at Metro Urgent CareDENVER, CO, UNITED STATES, March 7, 2017 / -- Denver, CO, March 7, 2017– Metro Urgent Care, based in Denver, CO, announces that they are adding more than 300 healthcare related jobs in the Denver metro area. The majority of these positions will be clinic based staff at one of the 20+ urgent care locations that are in final preparations for opening. Positions needed include: Physician, Advanced Medical Providers (NP/PA), Practice Managers, Medical Assistants, Radiology Techs, LSRT’s, and Medical Receptionists/Patient Concierge.

For more information and immediate consideration please visit: Metro Urgent Care is a rapidly expanding and dynamic healthcare company. Their unique approach to patient centered medical care and convenient access to care has made Metro Urgent Care one of the fastest growing providers of urgent care services in the country. The majority of patient visits are for illness or injury care, yet a substantial portion of visits are for other issues like chronic disease management, occupational medicine, and standard physicals.

The equipment, culture and interior design at all Metro Urgent Care clinics is state-of-the-art. Each clinic has expanded urgent care services to include: x-rays, labs, onsite prescription dispensing, over-the-counter medications, and other services to meet the needs of each patient. The culture of Metro Urgent Care is grounded in optimizing the patient visit experience and demonstrating empathy to all in time of medical need. Step into any of the convenient Metro Urgent Care locations and you will immediately see the difference between yesterday’s tired old medical clinic versus the new and vibrant Metro Urgent Care clinics. For further details of exact locations and positions available please visit the careers page on the website.

Brian Tatarenko, Chief Administrative Officer at Metro Urgent Care stated, “We are a dynamic and rapidly expanding company within the urgent care market, and we are proud to be a major part of the Denver healthcare community. Metro Urgent Care is dedicated to recruiting, training, and employing the best medical and support personnel to provide urgent care services to patients in the Denver metro area."

About Metro Urgent Care:

Metro Urgent Care is proud to be led by a seasoned group of healthcare professionals with a long history of success in the urgent care market. The expansion of Metro Urgent Care in Denver represents one of the largest build-outs of urgent care clinics in the country in 2017.

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Next week, Donald Trump releases his new budget. It's expected to cut spending on things like the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.


by John Stossel

Government has no business funding art. When politicians decide which ideas deserve a boost, art is debased. When they use your money to shape the culture, they shape it in ways that make culture friendlier to government.

As The Federalist's Elizabeth Harrington points out, the National Endowment for the Arts doesn't give grants to sculpture honoring the Second Amendment or exhibitions on the benefits of traditional marriage. They fund a play about "lesbian activists who oppose gun ownership" and "art installations about climate change."

The grant-making establishment is proudly leftist. A Trump administration won't change that. During the Bush II years, lefty causes got funding, but I can't find any project with a conservative agenda.

It's not just the politics that are wrong. Government arts funding doesn't even go to the needy. Arts grants tend to go to people who got prior arts grants.

Some have friends on grant-making committees. Some went to the same schools as the people who pick what to subsidize. They know the right things to say on applications so they look "serious" enough to underwrite. They're good at writing applications. They're not necessarily good at art.

Defenders of public funding say their subsidies bring things like classical music to the poor. But the truth is that poor and middle-class people rarely go to hear classical music, even when subsidies make it cheap.

Subsidies pay for art rich people like. Like so many other programs, government arts funding is a way for the well-connected to reap benefits while pretending to help the common man.

The Trump-hating left is incensed at the idea that government might stop funding the arts.

USA Today reports that "arts groups" will "battle President Trump." A Washington, D.C., lobby says it will mobilize 300,000 "citizen activists."

We can count on the media to distort the issue.

The New York Times ran the headline: "Why Art Matters." Of course it matters. But "art" is different from "government-funded art."

New York Magazine ran a photo of Big Bird, or rather a protester dressed as Big Bird, wearing a sign saying "Keep your mitts off me!" What New York doesn't say is that the picture is three years old, and Big Bird's employer, "Sesame Street," no longer gets government funds.

We confronted the article writer, Eric Levitz. He said, "Big Bird has long functioned as a symbol of public broadcasting ... Still, considering 'Sesame Street's' switch to HBO, I concede that some could have been misled."

You bet.

Big Bird doesn't need government help. "Sesame Street" is so rich that it paid one of its performers more than $800,000.

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Laura Carno Educating Citizens About Ballot Initiative that Allows City to Keep $6 Million in TABOR Refunds

Laura Carno

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I Am Created Equal, organized as a 501(c)4, announced today the launch of a citizen-led radio advertisement campaign focused on educating voters about Colorado Springs Ballot Issue 2, which will be on the Colorado Springs Municipal ballot this April.
If passed, Issue 2 will permit the City of Colorado Springs to retain up to $6 million in TABOR refunds. If Issue 2 doesn’t pass, the $6 million will be returned to the taxpayers.
“Mayor John Suthers and the City Council haven’t demonstrated that they are willing to properly prioritize taxpayer dollars,” said Colorado resident and I Am Created Equal founder Laura Carno, who recently wrote a blog on this topic. “They need to remember that every dollar they spend is a dollar you and I earned.”
Visitors to the site can hear the new “Not One More Dime” radio ad, donate to I Am Created Equal in support of the new radio ads, and read about what the City of Colorado Springs is actually spending your tax dollars on.
For more information, please visit To schedule an interview about this campaign, contact Laura Carno at 719-492-0211 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Script for Radio Ad:
Mayor Suthers, this is Laura Carno.  Mayor, when is enough enough?  I’m a fiscal conservative, and you’re supposed to be a conservative too, so why do you keep asking voters for more money?  You asked for fifty million to fix the roads.  You increased the budget by thirteen million.  And now you want another 6 million.  Mayor Suthers, we haven’t heard a single word from you about making the budget more efficient.  Not one cut, not one tough decision.  Just more, and more and more.  We all want our city to thrive, Mayor.  But we want you to look out for our pocketbooks.  You paid sixty thousand dollars a year for someone to be in charge of bike paths and you gave city employees a free medical clinic the rest of us can’t even use.  Now you’re shoving Measure Two onto taxpayers — the same taxpayers who already fund hundreds of millions for your city budget.  Until you get out a red pen and make some hard decisions, you shouldn’t get one more dime. 

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Starting later this spring and summer, Frontier Airlines will launch seasonal service to five cities from Colorado Springs. The new cities include Chicago, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and Washington. Later this fall, Frontier will add new seasonal service to both Fort Myers and Tampa, Fla. Frontier is offering special introductory fares as low as $29* on these new routes as of today at

“It’s been just over a year since we announced we were returning to Colorado Springs with our non-stops to Las Vegas,” said Barry Biffle, Frontier’s president and CEO. “Thanks to the terrific support of the entire Colorado Springs community as well as the surrounding area after we added Orlando and Phoenix service, we’re able to announce seven new seasonal cities at the same time today.”

“We continue to be extremely pleased with the growth at the Colorado Springs Airport and the commitment displayed to our city by Frontier Airlines. As our air service expands, we want to be sure to encourage all Southern Colorado residents to ‘look before you book – and fly COS whenever possible. It's up to us to support the investment of Frontier and other carriers in our community,” said Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers.

"Colorado Springs continues to garner national attention for its innovative, collaborative business environment. We know that cost-efficient, reliable transportation options are critical to our city’s success. The expansion of Frontier flights to and from Colorado Springs will help boost our economy as well as further solidify our position among the top business communities in the nation. Thank you to the Colorado Springs Airport and Frontier Airlines for your partnership, your foresight, and your valuable investment in our business community,” said Dirk Draper, president and CEO of the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce & EDC.

Customers can take advantage of Frontier’s bundled choices, the WORKS℠ or PERKS℠ containing all of Frontier’s most popular options for one low price. The WORKS℠ is available at at time of initial booking and includes one carry-on bag, one checked bag, best available seat including Stretch and Exit Row options, full refundability when canceled at least 24 hours prior to scheduled departure, no change fees and priority boarding. The PERKS℠ is available after booking and has the same options as The WORKS℠ except the ability to change flights and refundability.

“Our network continues to expand in markets where people want to fly,” said Josh Flyr, vice president – network planning. “Customer traveling in these new markets will now have a new low-cost option, and with the WORKS℠ and the PERKS℠, we offer the best value in U.S. air travel.”

For more information about Frontier Airlines flights and rates, visit

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"Rocking and Rolling Through the Decades" was the monthly theme at Liberty Heights Memory Care, a Colorado Springs Assisted Living Community. The song, "Let Me Be Your Teddy Bear" by Elvis Presley sparked an idea for a fun intergenerational activity. The idea was to spruce up a Teddy Bear that can be given to a warm and loving home and to people who would love to have "Tony the Teddy" (as the Memory Care residents named him) as a permanent resident.  The idea was to have the teddy bear be a positive inspiration to the home that he would finally reside at and for the people who filled the home each day. The positive affirmations that were placed on Tony are meant to make people smile, feel confident and know that life is good, sayings like - "You were made to be AWESOME! - I believe in myself and my abilities - I can make a difference!”
Tony the Teddy was lovingly given to the kids at Zach's Place center, a Special Kids Special Families (SKSF) daycare respite facility located in Colorado Springs.  Thanks to Laura Kozlowski, Legacy Court Director at Liberty Heights Memory Care and all the residents that participated in this thoughtful project,  Tony the Teddy is very happy to have found his new home!   Zach’s Place at the Laurie Hillyard Family Center, is one of only two licensed day-care providers in the state of Colorado with the focus and training to provide specialized respite and day care for children with intellectual, physical and emotional disabilities.
For more information about SKSF programs, visit online at  For more information about Liberty Heights Memory Care center visit