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6th pumpkin prize for Sawtelle in increasingly popular OCC festival

'It's home': New manager of OCC Library grew up on Westside

Sheriff: 'Mental health issues' involved with hard-core transient campers

Long-time lodge sign removed for WAAP; reinstallation likely in spring

LETTER: Support for Colorado's submarine from Westside restaurants

LETTER: Focus homeless aid on those seeking self-sufficiency

Region sees 'huge migration numbers' this year for painted lady butterflies

LETTER: Colorado Springs turning into 'bum heaven'

'Tolerance' tested as neighborhood trail access legalized into Pioneer Park

Public meeting Oct. 24 on restroom inadequacies in Garden of Gods

Playground ribbon-cutting kicks off Westside Center Fall Festival Oct. 28

Safe Treats candy-fest in Old Colorado City on Halloween afternoon

Record turnouts for simultaneous Garden, Rock Ledge events Oct. 7

Biz Buzz: 3 new shops in Old Colorado City's Old Town Plaza

Annual 'Ghouls' cleanup at El Paso County's Bear Creek Dog Park Oct. 28

Walkers/runners in bear suits welcome at Bear Creek Nature Center Nov. 4

Assistance League 'Fun Fair' for philanthropic programs at Shrine Club Nov. 4

2 musical groups to perform for CoatFest at Westside Community Center Nov. 4

Guided hike in Garden of Gods under the (nearly) full moon Nov. 4

Goats back to munch weeds in Bear Creek Park; keep dogs on leashes

COBWEB CORNERS: Changes in early cog railway plans

Storm-detention project in Garden of Gods delayed by artifact discoveries

City replaces parking spaces on South 26th Street to fit in bicycle lanes

New pavement for segments of Uintah, 26th and Fillmore in October

GUEST COLUMN: Wasson Academic Campus offers 'extended opportunities'

Results by year's end on study to create Garden of Gods shuttle service

Forest Service reopens Waldo Canyon, but fire-ruined trail remains closed

The historic house down the street was falling apart, so the couple decided to...

GENERAL TOPICS (outside sources): Constitutionally correct for Congress to make immigration law

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