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April 14, 2005                     Your weekly news source for the Colorado Springs Westside -- Online Edition                     Volume 2, Number 14

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Cowgirl queen learns to dance

City's RTA spending plans face scrutiny

Enjoying his work

'Western Gettysburg'

Officials: No danger from controlled meth-house blaze

EDITOR'S DESK: Smoke that got in our eyes

Meet a Westsider: Elizabeth Calhoun

COBWEB CORNERS: The first traffic light

The County Connection: Making a difference

Photography starts for historic overlay

Bear Creek Garden plans annual opening April 23

Letters: from Jack Beal

4.3 percent difference

Westside schools: Coronado Basketball Camp for girl hoopsters April 29

Catamount schedules Beidleman Earth Day activites April 23

Camping issues spur Little Britches to move Finals to Pueblo this year

Denver Museum curator to be 'Discovery' speaker April 25

1st of 7 Garden workdays April 16

New water main going in on Vermijo St.

4th Annual Victorian Tea and Fashion Show at History Center April 30

Biz Buzz: Celebration, Rocky Mountain Insight schedule April events

Nature center volunteer class set

Silver Key Book Fair April 22-23 follows April 21 reception

Westside may have mail tampering/theft problem

Shakespeare comedy at Coronado

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