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Cheapflights.com Says CHS Airfares Among Cheapest in Nation, or Does It?

Thanks to Southwest and JetBlue, CHS can boast some of the most affordable airfares in the nation according to online service cheapflights.com.  I have a couple of clients that can attest to this, while others (Atlanta) say it is still ridiculous what a certain airline still gets away with here; I am a 1M miler with that airline, so I will watch my language here, but I digress.  94 more words


Productivity and Privatisation - panel discussion at Griffith University, Southbank

I was delighted to speak alongside productivity expert Dean Parham at a Griffith University panel discussion earlier tonight on productivity and privatisation. Thanks to Alex Robson of Griffith for organising the excellent, well-attended event. 2,313 more words


Port of CHS Cargo Up From 2013

The State Ports Authority reports the Port of CHS had an increase in container volume of 8% over last year, and a 4% gain in non-containerized cargo.  29 more words


Greeley gets USACE permit for pipeline

From the Fort Collins Coloradoan (Kevin Duggan):

After a 7-year process and multiple studies, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has issued a permit that would allow Greeley to build a 6-mile section of pipeline known as the Northern Segment.

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Colorado Water

Fountain Creek: "It seems to me at some point there will be a balance between water rights and property rights" -- Steve Witte

From The Pueblo Chieftain (Chris Woodka):

Would a dam on Fountain Creek make a difference in a situation such as last week’s drainage along the Arkansas River?

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Colorado Water

Finally a business transformation book that matters!

Reading business books can at times lead to frustration and disappointment. You often buy a bestseller that fails to hit the spot or a tome that goes off in multiple tangents and loses its meaning. 363 more words