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May 4th, 2006                     Your weekly news source for the Colorado Springs Westside -- Online Edition                     Volume 3, Number 17

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Kantner brings Starship, sense of fun to Old Town

State to explain Hwy 24 expressway plan at May 10 open house

Line break sends water flying in Holland Park

Howbert sets CSAP pace: School's 3rd grade scores are best in District 11

EDITOR'S DESK: Planning our calendars

What do you do? Marilyn George

COBWEB CORNERS: A great house

City crews coming for highway weeds: Colorado Springs has responsibility on all state roads within city limits

Westside Hwy 24 soon to be viewable on Channel 18

Coronado's FBLA raises $4,300 for District 11 in Earth Day recycling effort

OWN meeting takes on 3 key issues: Large audience(s) expected on block grants, Territory Days, Highway 24

Westside schools: Midland to hold IB exhibition; BV planning 95th anniversary

Biz Buzz: Openings scheduled at Calabash, Elements galleries

OCC District won't opt out of planned city parking rate increase

Fire history and Old Town's legacy

Scholarship day for Panehellenic group

Talk: Business life in Cripple Creek heyday

Markworths soapbox 'Family of Year'

Enterprise zone includes Westside

Colorado Avenue to close between 24th and 27th streets May 6 for Jefferson Airplane/Starship concert

Merchants offer free shuttle to concert

Some info and tips to help have fun at the event

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