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Owner: Brewpub seeks expansion to brew beer, not increase clientele
No place like Old Colorado City for annual Coronado Homecoming Parade
Avoid (but report) illegal camps, Creek Week Cleanup volunteers being told
Full West building renovation by 2023 possible in D-11 property-tax request
WAAP contractor starts on replacement of bridge at Adams Crossing
Westside 2C update, and city explains 26th Street ped-ramp removals
MEET A WESTSIDER: Aundrea Fuller
Calendar check - Westside festivities aplenty through end of September
What to do? Consensus proves elusive in city's OCC traffic-needs study
Team from HSPPR sent to Georgia to bolster Hurricane Irma animal-shelter
Open house Sept. 23 marks 36th anniversary of Westside's
Catamount Institute offers afternoon, evening events for 20-year celebration Sept.
First-time 'Astronomy Day Celebration' at Garden of the Gods Visitor Center
LETTER: Let's give Colorado Springs bums 'Olympic City, USA' hoodies
Revived Stormwater Enterprise to go before Springs voters in November
Rock Ledge Ranch base ball game entertaining (don't look at the score)
EDITOR'S DESK: How to solve the bum problem
LETTER: Editor's Desk bum solution spurned; editor responds
LETTERS: 3 with upbeat feedback on Pioneer editor's bum solution
UPDATE: Appeal on hillside duplex project postponed to Sept. 26
COBWEB CORNERS: How Jim quit the Midland (and other stories)
Family-owned gallery opens in Old Colorado City, features long-time artists
GENERAL TOPICS (outside sources - essay): Slice added to Colorado cake case
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