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October 21, 2004                  Your weekly news source for the Colorado Springs Westside -- Online Edition                  Volume 1, Number 42

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Red Rock to open Oct. 29

Climbing plan for Red Rock: Don't repeat Garden mistakes

Old Town won't boo on you!

EDITOR'S DESK: Parks policy hurts Historical Society

Meet a Westsider: Gary Hassig

COBWEB CORNERS: When postcards came into fashion

Indian Hills Village townhomes still in the works; owner needed to update plan

RTA backers dispute opposition’s allegations

Biz Buzz: 30th Street businesses still open

Letters: from Georgia Thompson

Coronado's Joan Powell to be inducted into Colorado Springs Hall of Fame Oct. 30

Goodwill holds Blood Drive/Fair Oct. 29

BBB honors Bear Creek Nature Center

City hopes would-be Bancroft renters will understand 'sensitivities'

'Green Man' talk at History Center Nov. 12

Westside rivals wrestle for supremacy

$2,000 raised at library's 'Victorian Parlour Evening'

Bock house to be torn down

The winning pumpkin

Red Rock one of several Westside projects for United Way Oct. 22

Squirrels found with bubonic plague in neighborhoods near Garden of the Gods

Westside politickin': Lambert, Merrifield take different tacks opposing negative ads

Background provided about Woodland Dinosaur Center

Uintah to lose eastbound lane

West Center Fall Carnival free to youths with adults


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