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November 4, 2004                 Your weekly news source for the Colorado Springs Westside -- Online Edition                 Volume 1, Number 44

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Public asked to 'envision' Westside Hwy 24 upgrade

Big event for kids goes smoothly in Bancroft Park

Old Town dresses up its 'honor tree'

Artists invite public to visit their studios

Grandparents foster learning at Washington Elementary

EDITOR'S DESK: No struggle to fill space

Meet a Westsider: Gregg Howson

COBWEB CORNERS: Colorado City's businesses in 1902

Goodwill pleased with public blood drive

Letters: Liked wheel-chair ramp article from Vickie Hilty

Acrimony lingers in Merrifield win

Whittier's 1st Annual Rummage Sale scheduled Nov. 6

Square dance for charity Nov. 13

'Thrilled' RTA leader predicts first road work from bond issue to start around May

Half-victory frustrates D-11

Red Rock Canyon OS gets longer turn lane, courtesy of Manitou development

Info on I-25, housing rehab at OWN meeting

Goodwill doll sale Nov. 12-13

What do you do? .... Darcy Mazel

He loves the canyon at dawn

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