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Colorado City 'deannexes' in mock 'revote' of century-old tally
Academy Stables won't close, says ownership member who's back in town
Hearing Westside traffic 'concerns,' city posts Colorado Classic survey
Free, first-time Community Picnic at Westside Center Aug. 27
COLUMN - Cobweb Corners: A train race to the silver mines
Inaugural Customs & Classics Car Show in Old Colorado City Aug. 20
Gold Hill offers free, outdoor concerts Saturdays through Sept. 30
COLUMN - What Do You Do? Mae Thomason
Former asphalt-plant property bought (as expected) for hospital on Mesa
GUEST COLUMN - 1-year anniversary for Silver Key at east-side location
LETTER - Poor planning by City Parks on Community Center playground
Another sellout, but rainstorm shortens music at Rock Ledge Fiddles event
Free classes on Medicare, SSI, caregivers scheduled by Area Agency on Aging
COLUMN - Editor's Desk: Storm troopers on bicycles? Oh, wait
New 'quadrant' opens as shortcut between Eighth and Cimarron
Just a swipe away: New program simplifies city bus rides for CC, UCCS students
Demolition of old 7-Eleven on 21st; replacement seen in December
New director of Westside's regional Alzheimer's Association office
Police arrest man, recover pills from robbery at Centennial King Soopers
GENERAL TOPICS (outside sources - essay): Demise of journalistic standards as
media chases Trump - Part 2
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