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September 13th, 2007              Your weekly news source for the Colorado Springs Westside -- Online Edition             Volume 4, Number 35

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Teller, Park show how much they want an expanded Hwy 24: Heimlicher, Clark rebut project 'derail' accusations

Old-school engineering

Scarecrows rustle into Old Colorado City

Coronado High parade Sept. 22

Colorado Avenue paving work stays on schedule

EDITOR'S DESK: Let's charge 'em a toll

Meet a Westsider: Virginia Cox

COBWEB CORNERS: Other ways rocks were used

Bijou bridge sure to open Oct. 1, but...

Letters: Concern about Garden's 'patches' from Susan Stout

Letters: Appreciation for Mikki Kraushaar from Joseph Atencio

Bear Creek Singletrack loop could be done by November

OCCA to hire marketing/events director

City rebuffs angle parking plan

Engineering firm enjoys move to old Midland School

Project replacing faulty sewer line along Platte

New Calvary Worship Center building to be dedicated Sept. 14

County Parks survey until Sept. 21

Colorado City among areas with 1800s depredation claims, professor reports

'Miracles' Sept. 15 at N-P

Arts Council's Performance Poet award goes to Sucharski

Westside graphics artist inks Balloon Classic logo

14 townhomes proposed on West Monument St. property in office zone

The folk art scene

PPMH grant means more down-and-outers will get examined

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