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WAAP 'Coffee' reveals schedule issues; earliest bridge opening in late August

Reminiscing: The Pioneer's Page 1 Territory Days paintings, 2004-2012

'Third generation' of owners for 70-year Westside garden center/nursery

'Health and Fitness Day' for seniors at Westside Community Center May 30

43rd annual Territory Days in Old Colorado City May 26-28

24th Street block closures (Pikes Peak to Uintah) to last till August

Sheep-shearing event June 2 kicks off season at Rock Ledge Ranch

COBWEB CORNERS: A 2nd year for the race track on mill hill

Early June eyed to start construction on new Pikes Peak Summit House

Numerous events - many of them free - on Westside in May and June

EDITOR'S DESK: Does 'best practice' make perfect?

Kickoff event June 1 for summer reading program at Old Colorado City Library

Release of latest Michael Garman sculpture timed for his 80th birthday

Call for volunteer one-to-one tutors in Literacy Center's summer session

Hwy 24 projects - 31st St. lefts, Ridge Road crossing - could start in June

LETTER: Bums 'breaking our laws and nothing is being done'

Plot openings remain at Charmaine Nymann Community Garden in Bear Creek Park

Hotel opening, restaurant being built at Fillmore West Retail Center

First-time Fun Day organized by OWN, CONO in Blunt Park

Council comments tilt in favor of proposed waterway camping setback

Westside Pioneer May-June print edition now available

Optional shuttle service to be offered at Garden of the Gods this summer

2018 'Yellow Book' out, lists over 800 services available to seniors

GENERAL TOPICS (outside sources - essay): Candidates at all levels should know Constitution

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