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December 16, 2004                Your weekly news source for the Colorado Springs Westside -- Online Edition                Volume 1, Number 50

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'Preferred' Gold Camp alternative due Jan. 10

Santa wows Old Town; carols in Bancroft Park Dec. 17-18

Is it a good sign?

Drainage plan: Gold Hill fill will kill mill rills

EDITOR'S DESK: On Santa and simmering subjects

What do you do? .... Santa Claus

COBWEB CORNERS: The Gardiner tents

MESSAGE FROM THE FRONT: Christmas by any name

Boys & Girls Club still going strong

Ivywild, Midland schools benefit from real-estate firm's philanthropy

Preparing for the Teen Resource Center's party

Grant to City Parks ensures Section 16 lease to continue 5 more years

No show-stoppers seen in Gold Hill grading plan

Open house culminates teddy bear drive

Biz buzz: Murals, charity concert, new car wash

Silver Key's Giving Tree effort reaps presents for more than 2,000 seniors

Close to 1,000 visit Rock Ledge for Holiday Evenings event Dec. 11-12

New West Center brochure offers classes/programs for winter, spring '05

New plague-squirrel findings in previous Westside problem area

Ivyild invites public to help with annual Christmas Basket Project Dec. 18

Beidleman Center update provided in letter to Friends from their president

Donations to fund cremation for cheerful 'Flower Lady'


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