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Courier sold to local owners

Your local newspaper, the Pikes Peak Courier, got a whole lot more local when it was purchased Friday by longtime residents of the Pikes Peak region: Cary and Bill Vogrin of Colorado Springs. To …
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Cefus family: Cyclists extraordinaire

In a place with glorious scenery, mountain terrain and people who ae invigorated by physical exertion, the Cefus family earned a triple bonus June 20 at the Mountain Top Cycling Club Experience …
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Symphony celebrates 35 years

Thirty five years and still going strong, the July 5th Symphony above the Clouds thrusts the city of Woodland Park among places that do it up big to celebrate America’s birthday. Cannons roar, …
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DOLA energizes mural project

The historic 145-foot mural on the side wall of the Ute Pass Cultural Center in Woodland Park received a cash infusion last week as the result of a $5,000 grant from the Department of Local …
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Run-off swells South Platte River

Recent rains combined with snow melt run-off has saturated the South Platte River to the point of overflowing its banks in areas located throughout the watershed. The U.S. Forest Service Pike and …
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Letter: Court's ruling makes us all more free

I awoke Friday morning to a beautiful rainbow, not outside my window, but on my Facebook feed. Just as interracial marriage is now simply considered … More

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Today, Woodland Park Cemetery, 650 Short Street, Woodland Park , CO
Tomorrow, Millibo Art Theatre, 1626 S. Tejon st., Colorado Springs, Colorado
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July 11, Dinosaur Resource Center, 201 S. Fairview St., Woodland Park, CO