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July 1, 2004                       Your weekly news source for the Colorado Springs Westside -- Online Edition                      Volume 1, Number 26

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Fast-food fate for former ‘Farmer’?

Highland Games seeking Equestrian Center encore

Wanted: Local trail volunteers

EDITOR'S DESK: Half a year and gaining steam

Meet a Westsider: Edna M.Schoch

COBWEB CORNERS: From rails to backyards

Letters: From Michelle Godec, Rose Kliewer, and Diane Fabeck

Centennial King Soopers opens doors

Space Foundation supports exploration policy implementation plan

Planned Parenthood expansion: Agency hopes to submit application in early August

Planned Parenthood expansion: Owners of targeted properties appear ready to sell

Planned Parenthood expansion: Full list of neighborhood/community issues provided

Planned Parenthood expansion: City planner provides design ideas to Planned Parenthood; 3 West Colorado examples pointed out

Development south of Centennial

Working cowboys to bring 'pure rodeo' to Penrose

OWN/West picnic-goers defy rain

Councilman, state rep candidate to speak at July 8 OWN meeting

What do you do? .... Carl Malone

PILLAR releases July-September class brochure

Ivywild Principal Madril to retire

Westside politickin': Heimlicher endorses Clark in county's District 3

Mystery photo #2

Weekly Little London Winds shows in Manitou's Soda Springs Park

Pipe job impacts 'Gods' traffic

Continuing a Holmes tradition


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