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Range of drop-off possibilities at Dump & Donate Day June 6 at Coronado

Territory Days draws close to 100,000 despite rain first 2 days

Rock Ledge Ranch opens for summer June 3; sheep-shearing day June 6

Recently installed windmill adds to Rock Ledge Ranch's historical style

Summer music series to bring live shows to Bancroft, Bear Creek Park

Rain, flooding force closures of Red Rock Canyon, Midland Trail segment

2 new interactive areas at Space Foundation's Discovery Center

Old Colorado City Library unveils mural; community participation lauded

Guest column: Library mural 'so much more than pieces of fired clay'

Guest column from OWN: Avenue Task Force, OWN stay active

Letter: Clearing work from 2012 may have helped control recent Camp Creek flooding

Letter: Contrary to column, Baltimore-type riot not likely in Old Colorado City

Suthers easily elected Colorado Springs mayor in runoff with Makepeace

Donations to Goodwill truck at Coronado May 26-June 7 will improve school's baseball field

Non-stop rains kept city from clearing out Camp Creek sediment basin

Cobweb Corners: Fred Barr and his camp in 1922

Concrete upgrades along King Street; paving planned in 2016

Utilities reopens avenue's 3000 block, but groundwater concerns remain

Proposed Bear Creek equestrian skills course topic of public meeting May 27

Sheriff's Office on May 8 Hobby Lobby shooting: Escaped felon drew knife

Long-time Westside school secretary leaves behind cheerful legacy, customized desk

Navigators group quietly does its part to deter, control Camp Creek flooding

Care facility taking shape in project across from Coronado High

Utility costs, time concerns arise in No Man's Land upgrade study

May-July print edition for Westside Pioneer now available at outlets

King Soopers closes urgent-care at Grandview store, opens larger one at Uintah

First-year business: chiropractic office at Bijou and Spruce streets

GENERAL TOPICS (outside sources): Ukraine's agony and America's indifference


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