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The snobs win again (but not their 'church friends')
Current Drake closure offers glimpse of costly electric future (posted 5/19/14)
breakfast, Mommy... I mean teacher
sustainability (posted 3/3/14)
Colorado City's first Catholic church
Early 1900s driving rules varied from town to town (posted 7/6/14)
Spencer Penrose's spectacular mountain road (posted 6/27/14)
Year 1925 - sculptor chosen for Palmer statue (posted 6/17/14)
Stratton or Palmer - whose statue was first? (posted 6/5/14)
Two buildings on Pikes Peak's before the summit house (posted 5/23/14)
The Westside's burying ground(s)
early school districts
landowner from 1885 returned after 40 years
camping and Stonewall Park (posted
powered the gold mill (posted 4/2/14)
Spring nature diary (posted 6/7/14)
The Garden's prairie falcons (posted 5/13/14)
Regarding expansion plan: Calvary Worship Center 'very sensitive' to neighborhod
From 'ditch' to 'linear park' in Pleasant Valley (posted 7/13/14)
resident concerned about Calvary parking plan
'snob" responds to column's criticism
right in giving free breakfasts to children
global warming theories behind Drake shutdown chorus
Why no insurance
to cover added power costs?
'Not a big fan of
coal' - however...
article on Midland School's ST Math success
Utilities' rate hike continue when Drake reopens?
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process to update City Parks Master Plan; public meeting April 30
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Meet a Westsider
Herbert Aparicio (posted 1/26/14)
What Do You Do
Elaine Waters (posted 2/27/14)
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ESSAY: Spirit of Independence Day: Freedom is precious (posted 7/2/14)
ESSAY: The worldview that makes the underclass (posted 6/18/14)
HUMOR: What students learned in math class 2014
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