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September 2, 2004                 Your weekly news source for the Colorado Springs Westside -- Online Edition                Volume 1, Number 35

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Big days at Red Rock

Hefley says his 'bias' is to reopen Gold Camp

Three strikes, you're out at the old ball game

Bringing her back to life

EDITOR'S DESK: Storm clouds part for Red Rock

Meet a Westsider: Jim England

COBWEB CORNERS: Remember the chug races?

'Star-Spangled' event at OCC Library to commemorate 9/11

'Country Christmas' Sept. 17-19

Garden of the Gods workday Sept. 18

Several W. Colorado property upgrades planned

OCCHS pleased with Cemetery Crawl turnout

Gold-mining presentation at History Center Sept. 10

Colorado Springs Parks seeks volunteers for Sept. 18 trail-building project

Neighborhood picnic time in Pleasant Valley

Westside politickin': Merrifield, Lambert disagree on 'crisis'

OWN to discuss highway noise, health issues

Silver Key requests volunteer Meals on Wheels drivers

Biz Buzz: New mural decorates tamale shop

County Fair memories sought for 100th in '05

Intel starts work on $400 million upgrade at GOG facility'

What do you do? .... Marcia Frye

Gold Hill grading on hold for city study

Stagecoach staying put at Thorndale Park

'Hike the Habitat' event Sept. 18 will let hikers experience reclaimed quarry scar

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