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August 11th, 2005                  Your weekly news source for the Colorado Springs Westside -- Online Edition                 Volume 2, Number 31

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Warm summer eves not enough to keep doors open in most OCC shops

November now seen for transit upgrades

Founders' Day: Activities to make history fun for kids

Students head back to classes Aug. 18; Changes at Westside schools include new principals, academic approach

EDITOR'S DESK: History in our future

What do you do? E.D. Rucker

COBWEB CORNERS: Her first ride on the Wild Flower Train

District 1 Report: The need for zoning enforcement

Letters: Infrastructure needs are ‘obvious’ from Aimee Cox

I-25 work north of Fillmore affecting local traffic

Washington to get new crosswalk

Volunteers can sign up for Red Rock link project Aug. 14

Buena Vista has openings for half-day Montessori kindergarten

Author: Don't forget ladies of night from Colorado's early days

Avenue to shut down for annual Good Times Car Show Aug. 21 in Old Town

Biz Buzz: Reilly art show to benefit Land Trust

Season's last Bancroft concert Aug. 16

Work on new Bear Creek Nature Center pavilion to start in October

8th annual Cemetery Crawl Aug. 20-21

Rock Ledge site for TOSC's annual gala Aug. 19

Basketball clinic at West Aug. 11-12

Airstream trailers visit Westside

Quarry hike Aug. 27

Police set ID theft class

A horse with a name

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