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Homeless who don't want help 'a problem money will not fix'
Suggest 'historically inspired design' for Ent project in 3000 block
Planner of Westside park closed because of vagrants decries its loss
Planned restroom in front of Bancroft Park 'epitome of bad taste'
Bums 'breaking our laws and nothing is being done'
'Road dieting' traffic description has become 'gobbledygook term'
Homeless housing plan - 'Build it and they will come'
Beggar problem - 'Quit just giving them stuff!'
Traffic mayhem from simultaneous city, Utilities projects
Vagrancy on Westside 'simply out of control'
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Bancroft joins list of moving targets
Predicting a 1-way 'chat' Sept. 4
Crossed up at the crossing
Does 'best practice' make perfect?
Major media 'marches' into pick-and-roll
'Public process' not always what it seems
The mystery portrait of 'Hoodoo 22'
The grander cars on the Midland Railway
The short-lived WWII soldier train excursions
Unsolved 1946 fire destroyed Glen Eyrie School
The post-World War II Goodyear homes
1st Chinese restaurant here in the 1940s
A 2nd year for the race track on mill hill
May 1946 - the Springs' first parking meters
An auto race track at the Golden Cycle Mill
When Colorado City's fluorspar was bigger than gold
Skorman, Phelps outline city's plans to fix homelessness
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ESSAY: A Halloween escapade and a new appreciation for cows
ESSAY: Study confirms benefits of pregnancy centers
ESSAY: Disturbing bias findings in IG report on FBI, DOJ
HUMOR: Looking everywhere for mountain goats
ESSAY: Supreme Court justices should refer to Constitution first
ESSAY: A return to the Waco massacre site, 25 years later
ESSAY: Candidates at all levels should know Constitution
ESSAY: College journalism students strong in technology, not in
HUMOR: A blind date for April Fools
SPEECH: Soldier with amputated leg tells about redeploying 5 times to
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