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3 dead, suspect in custody in Westside Planned Parenthood shootings
WAAP solving issues - Q3 of 2016 seen for 'No Man's Land' project start
Interchange work: overnight closures (Fillmore), trail reopens (Cimarron)
Old-time characters, exhibit focus in free History Center event Dec. 5
bridge to open at 31st Street over Fountain Creek
In memoriam: Ron Baalman, owner of OCC chocolate business
Cobweb Corners: When the city bought Balanced Rock
Guest column from OWN: Concern about panhandling-law suspensions
New president for Friends of Bear Creek Dog Park
Photo essay: West spotlights 2 who served in WWII for Veterans Day
'Candelight' event, annual Bear Creek Nature Center fundraiser, Dec. 4
Letter: Home-rule Springs shouldn't have to suspend its panhandling laws
schools schedule seasonal events between Dec. 3 & 18
End of November seen to finish North Chestnut water-main replacement
Opening around Feb. 1 estimated for care facility being built on Fillmore
Gold Hill Mesa construction filling in around 21st and Lower Gold Camp
Arched culvert design for replacement
of closed Chestnut Street bridge
November-January print edition of Westside Pioneer published, distributed
How popular is Coronado? 14 alumni now on Westside high school's staff
Goats leave Bear Creek Park early; main reason was off-leash dogs
Police announce holiday-season foot patrols in Old Colorado City, downtown
New retail shop in Old Colorado City offers merchandise about heroes
GENERAL TOPICS (essay): Thanksgiving: So much to be thankful for
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