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December 9, 2004                 Your weekly news source for the Colorado Springs Westside -- Online Edition                 Volume 1, Number 49

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Fountain Creek too bleak?

Confluence kayaking: Planned, but unlikely

Music turns Jackson into winter wonderland

Big turnout for Bed & Breakfast Holiday Tour

EDITOR'S DESK: Kayaking, anyone?

Meet a Westsider: Chris Plunkett

COBWEB CORNERS: The smells of the holidays

Library turns 100

3 authors to sign their books at History Center Dec. 19

Lovell new face in City's CDBG program

$21,000 grant to help CPCD streamline its Head Start administrative efforts

City official corrects himself on rental-cost info

Listening to a Christmas wish

Annexation of Red Rock Canyon Open Space on City Council agenda

Confluence-area creek upgrades on hold until CDOT builds new Cimarron/I-25 intersection

2 OWN board seats up for election at Jan. 13 meeting

Pleasant Valley lights winners to be announced at Dec. 14 neighborhood social

Volunteer drivers sought

Post office no longer carrying Pioneer; space concerns cited

'Holiday Evenings' at Rock Ledge Ranch Dec. 11-12

Biz Buzz: Kite and ski store relocates to Westside

Boys & Girls Club celebrates


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