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'Spirited' event by Old Colorado City Historical Society at Fairview Cemetery
Avenue Task Force meeting Sept. 20 to target 'increased negative behavior'
21st Street reopening (avenue to Naegele) now set for end of September
Capsulizing 7 festive Westside events from Sept. 22 through Oct. 6
Competitive dancing expanded for Rock Ledge's annual Powwow Sept. 22
Taste of OCC music/food/drink event in Bancroft Park Sept. 23
LETTER: Suggest 'historically inspired design' for Ent project in 3000 block
Project begins to realign Foothills, Gateway trails in Garden of the Gods
$1 million pledged to Garden of Gods by 89-year neighboring gift shop
2nd 'motorless morning' this year at Garden of Gods to last 7 hours Oct. 7
COBWEB CORNERS: The grander cars on the Midland Railway
In 4th year of festival fundraising, Rock Ledge greenhouse plan nears fruition
LETTER: Planner of park closed because of vagrants decries its loss
Fall-themed 'Aspens on the Avenue' art promotion in Old Colorado City Sept. 22
Springs seen as popular place to be homeless - one takeaway from 'Chat'
Water pails, a 'stolen' chicken, suffragettes and, oh yes, a ball game
COLUMN - Meet a Westsider: Mark Kirkland
Adams Crossing Bridge to open, Columbia Road to reopen in late Sept.
Vagrancy snuffs 'backyard' park that neighborhood sought in 1990
GENERAL TOPICS (outside sources - essay): Study confirms benefits of
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