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2010 loss of city historic preservation planner still haunts Westside
Kids played less outside after arrival of television in '50s
Center lane imperative if avenue 2-laned through OCC
Plaudits for new, historic-styled facade on tattoo shop's building
Manitou's Urban Renewal Authority could boost avenue project
Disappointed about city role in loss of Westside events
Pioneer's state-rep questions failed to 'elevate the discussion'
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Who are the real haters?
My blatant attempt to influence your vote
Maybe Westside events aren't 'P.C.' enough
Old Colorado City changes bubbling below surface
A restaurant with airplane wings
Corley's attempt to build a different Pikes Peak road
From radio to TV in early '50s Colorado Springs
Colorado City's jail was just too far away
Centennial extension graphic prompts boyhood memories
'Which one is Pikes Peak?'
The train to Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
This model has wooden looks, but that's OK
Boyhood 'posse' played in empty lot that became Dairy Queen
OWN column: Westside Neighbors Picnic a success
Guest column: Yes on 1A to boost county-wide broadband
OWN column: Robbin Place appeal; WAAP, redistrict presentations
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