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September 23, 2004               Your weekly news source for the Colorado Springs Westside -- Online Edition               Volume 1, Number 38

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Sequel for Thunder & Buttons underway

Old Town crow-free; 'Taste' set Sept. 25

Volunteers add to Red Rock's trail mileage

Nice spot for an early Christmas

City Planning gets on board with Angler's Covey

EDITOR'S DESK: Whittier is turning things around

Meet a Westsider: Patty Strauch

COBWEB CORNERS: A walk on the Avenue: Part 3

Angler's Covey to move into trailer until new store is ready

Utilities to install OCC streetlights between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1

'Count Day' - students worth $5,800

Homeschooler, Bijou student also make list of Mayor's top 100 teens

Feds give OK; I-25 widening to start next summer

Silver Key seeks participants for Oct. 9 Pumpkin-thon fund raiser

Fiesta Night at West Center Oct. 1

Colorado Springs Parks keeps Section 16 grant request alive, despite TOPS uncertainty

What do you do? .... Theresa Valerio

1621 W. Colorado Ave. facelift zips through Planning Commission, goes to City Council Sept. 28

Volunteers sought for Garden of the Gods erosion work Oct. 2-3

Oktoberfest Sept. 24-25, Oct. 1-2

Biz Buzz: New bistro, glass shop open

Teens can help plan their own events

Project to close segment of Pikes Peak Avenue till Sept. 27

PILLAR Middle East classes include soldier panel discussion Oct. 12

Harvest Day at Rock Ledge Ranch Oct. 2

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