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The Tri-Lakes Chamber has announced their Monday, Sept. 2 Kinetic Sculpture Derby and Street Fair has been moved permanently to the first Saturday in … more
They stand on a corner, three teenage girls in colorful summer dresses, their hands held high and clutching posterboards in neon green and pink … more
Crystal Fish (formerly Krebs) is back in charge of the Lewis-Palmer girls softball program and she is excited about the team's prospects of returning … more
The weather and a spirit of renewal and support contributed to record tunouts at the Black Forest Festival this weekend. “It was bigger than … more
Some Palmer Lake residents are not happy by the Town Council vote earlier this month to ban sales of marijuana for recreational use, and they plan to … more
Authorities have searched the Vallecito home of Dylan Redwine’s father, Mark Redwine, nearly two months after the remains of the teen were found in … more
Rick Squires now tends a quarter acre of heaven on earth, it seems. This year, his relatively-new business, “The Twisted Bine” might produce as … more
When Michael Anthony Fisk marched out of Jacks Valley in the summer of 2009, he assumed that the toughest part of his first-year training at the Air … more
The annual Black Forest Festival, sponsored by the Black Forest Community Club (BFCC), will be held on Saturday, Aug. 17. This successful community … more
Brigadier General Zebulon Pike never reached the summit of Pikes Peak. But his place in history is secure. And if the Pike National Historic Trail … more
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