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New memory-care center works with History Center
Goodwill's 2300-block changes 'better than the last 20 years'
fleet-maintenance plan worse than Kum & Go's
Pioneer for coverage of English Channel swim, Alzheimers fundraising
Regarding expansion plan: Calvary Worship '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
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For OWN, city's doors closing could mean others opening
The History Center and the homeless - a modest proposal
The snobs win again (but not their 'church friends')
90 years ago - the opening of West, North and South
The first radio stations
The only 'real' grave at the Pikes Peak summit
A Cripple Creek 'coal rustler' dies as he'd lived
Chipeta was rare in her time as a female Indian leader
The train wreck of August 1907... and poor Miss Fisher
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)
Everyday wildlife on the Westside (posted 8/31/14)
Spring nature diary (posted 6/7/14)
funding cutback for Westside is a sign of success
Meet a Westsider
Pam Shinkle (Bloom)
What Do You Do
Don Ellis (posted 9/7/14)
ESSAY: To make or break America: 9 proven ways to destroy freedom
NOSTALGIA: The difference a century makes
HUMOR: Army intelligence hits the wrong 'note'
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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