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You might not think mountain biker Jim Heidelberg is lucky, given that he could have bled to death in minutes recently after he crashed and severed the femoral artery in his leg. But the Colorado … more
CRIPPLE CREEK -- It was a weekend of stars and strips and motorcycles -- thousands of motorcycles -- as Cripple Creek hosted the 23rd Salute to American Veterans Rally and the 28th Annual POW/MIA … more
Longtime Pikes Peak region builder Chuck Murphy got a call Friday from a member of his construction crew demolishing an old family cabin along Rampart Range Road in Woodland Park. “They said … more
Two days before the beginning of its annual marching band camp, Woodland Park High School found itself without a director. That’s when Harrison Cox – a former Woodland Park student – came … more
Woodland Park Middle School is getting far more than a new cook this year. They are getting Tanya Williams, an educator and trained chef who is cooking up ideas to enhance school lunches. … more
It wasn’t your run-of-the-mill barbecue. Oh, there were hamburgers on the grill, mustard, chips and all that. But rather than the neighbors or the office crowd, it was cops, particularly … more
Over the years, I’ve learned to expect great things from newspaper readers. And the folks who read the Pikes Peak Courier are no exception. A couple weeks ago, I wrote a story about Woodland … more
Newmont Mining Corp. was already talking expansion as it announced it had completed its $820 million purchase of the Cripple Creek & Victor gold mine from AngloGold Ashanti Ltd., a South Africa-based … more
They’re ba-a-a-a-a-a-ck! Back-to-school, that is. Kids across Teller County will be heading back to the classroom in the coming days. Start dates vary by district or school system, but all … more
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