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June 3, 2004                      Your weekly news source for the Colorado Springs Westside -- Online Edition                    Volume 1, Number 22

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Territory Days draws near-record attendance

Proposed D-11 bond issue targets $17.6 million for Westside

Expansion unpopular with neighborhood

EDITOR’S DESK: 'No' on Parenthood expansion

Meet a Westsider: Sheila Baca

COBWEB CORNERS: Chasing your house

Farmers Market returns to Bancroft Park June 5

Dressed up for dressage

What do you do? ... Nancy Stovall

District 11 board provides funding to give Buena Vista 2 Montessori classrooms

Garden of the Gods moves to summer schedule

Rock Ledge opens June 4; sheep shearing event June 5

Citizen fire task force may reconvene; membership make-up questioned

Coronado scholarships for '04 listed

‘03 Boettcher winner not blowing his own horn, but decides music is his ‘passion’

Hughes honored at West Point

Biz Buzz: Mural coming at Rocky Mountain Natural; CIMT starting non-profit to battle human slavery; Breadbox fetes year 1

PV 'island' plan goes adrift

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