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June 10, 2004                     Your weekly news source for the Colorado Springs Westside -- Online Edition                    Volume 1, Number 23

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Statewide trail-building group sets Red Rock workdays

Planned building demolitions limit canyon hikes

Hot work to cool off a sheep

Golden moments

EDITORíS DESK: Civil servants... score!

Meet a Westsider: Sandy Higginbotham

COBWEB CORNERS: The old-days post office

Letters: Thanks for school support from Joe Madril

'Awareness' requested at recycling bin

Follow-ups

Highway 24 paving work to last through July

Westside crime down from '02, but...

Accosted by 'spare change' artists? 'Aggressive panhandling' law is there to be enforced

Work shores up West foundation

Longer K classes (though not full-day) at Howbert

Westside politickin': Apparently no Demo D-3 candidate

Bock house stays, others donít in city RRC plans

Bock house 'wouldn't have won any awards,' says Frank Lloyd Wright's granddaughter

Service with a smile

Park Board mulls Red Rock plan

Silver Key needs volunteer drivers

Biz Buzz: Fillmore-Centennial zoning amended

OWN/West Center picnic slated June 27 at Bancroft

Redington plaque at Washington

Westside mail carriers move into new facility


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