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Red Rock Canyon reopens, but workdays set for added flood repairs

Fillmore/I-25 to close overnight July 9 and 12 to install south-bridge girders

Penrose-St. Francis proposes 12-story hospital at Fillmore/Centennial

Rezoning would allow offices to be built on lowered knoll south of Fillmore

July 4 at Rock Ledge includes patriotic music, reenactors, old-time games

Fundraising in fall to bolster Ballot Issue 1A $ for Bear Creek Nature Center

Westside Pioneer's July-September print edition comes out July 8

Celebrating Independence Day? Fireworks legal in county but not city

July 3 next in ArtWalk series for participating Old Colorado City galleries/shops

United Way seeks ideas on infrastructure issues in meeting at Gold Hill Station July 10

Mule deer plague case confirmed in Pleasant Valley; first in county this year

Racing burro is namesake for new neighborhood coffee house at Walnut and Bijou

Working cowboys featured in Ride for the Brand Rodeo July 3

Cobweb Corners: Don't make fun of the tourists!

Artists invited to submit works for Bear Creek Nature Center fundraiser show

Range Riders follow long-ago tradition in taking route up Colorado Avenue

In third year, Westside microbrewery offers tasting room, newly added patio

Space Foundation offers interactive 'Space-cation' chances thru Aug. 14

Where are city tunnel fixes? Upper part of Gold Camp Road, except 'Lower'

Free summer breakfasts, lunches for ages 18/under, courtesy of D-11, federal program

Fundraising 'challenge' accompanies Range Ride through Westside

Shearing, sheepherding bring favorable season start for Rock Ledge Ranch

New owner of long-time nut and fruit shop in Old Colorado City

GENERAL TOPICS (outside sources - essay): The disappearance of the 5-cent ice cream cone

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