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July 2nd, 2009                    Your weekly news source for the Colorado Springs Westside -- Online Edition                    Volume 6, Number 26

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High wheels keep on turning: Rust overcomes family grief to create latest 'Penny Farthing'

Still no developer, but life signs for Indian Hills; City to use bond to finish that part of Centennial extension

Big spike in Silver Key volunteer numbers; helps ease crunch from RTA transportation funding cutback

Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo at Norris-Penrose Center July 8-11

EDITOR'S DESK: ... And I won't tread on you

What do you do? Jenny McCreight

COBWEB CORNERS: Two No Man's Lands

3 weeks of I-25 night warranty work

Letters: Appreciated Gene Smith coverage from Delores Gustafson

Biz Buzz: Photo-printing business relocates

For 'Celebration Day,' 2008 Judo Paralympian visits club

West Center settling into new locale

Plein-air focus at Art Walk July 3

Remodeling prepares school for older kids

Unofficial Westside flag business tally: 'Don't Tread on Me' ahead of Old Glory

Church seeks volunteer(s) for pantry


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