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Mystery: After $50K this year, no 2019 LART grant sought for Bancroft Park

Stone wall, trees demo'd on Columbia for WAAP; some of stones to be reused

Sheriff's Office organizes Westside educational/resource event July 6-7

Roadwork to close Ridge between highway and avenue until mid-Sept.

Traffic flow a likely issue when work starts on 30th Street in about 2 years

OCC Foundation pleased with Westfest, plans to bring event back in 2019

Roundabout top priority for 31st, but city to review street as a whole

Fillmore/I-25 bridge named after Pearl Harbor survivor/author Don Stratton

Haute Route bike event back June 29; U.S. headquarters now on Westside

Pastor hopes church's renovation/
restoration can last 200 years

6 concerts at Bear Creek, 1 at Bancroft for summer Jazz in the Parks series

New on WAAP project: avenue lane shift; unchanged on project: flaggers

COBWEB CORNERS: 1st Chinese restaurant here in the 1940s

Dave Hughes, Westside's military and civilian hero, celebrates 90th birthday

COLUMN: What Do You Do? Barry Brinton, Gold Hill Mesa land manager

Old-time gift shop opens in Old Colorado City, offering novelties, food items, more

20-year Old Colorado City snack shop relocates to avenue's 2500 block

COS Rodeos offer interactive Old West experience from June to August

Green-shirted volunteer 'Ambassadors' in Old Colorado City till Aug. 11

In Memoriam: Marian Busey, 106, Arati Artists Gallery co-founder

Private security hired to patrol Old Colorado City through Labor Day

Annual chance for Westside charities to apply for Osborne Trust grants

GENERAL TOPICS (outside sources - essay): Why July 4 is the remembered date for American Independence


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