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  1. 2016 Best Of Colorado Springs: Welcome and Winners IndexRead the original story

    Oct 12, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Welcome to the 23rd annual Best Of Colorado Springs! If it's ever crossed your mind that there's nothing to these awards, this should make you think again: This year we had the most epic attempted ballot stuffing in the 19 years I've been at the paper. A local realtor wanted the GOLD so bad that he submitted 1,503 fraudulent digital ballots attached to 1,503 fake email addresses.

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  2. Councilor Tom Strand allowed a city-funded agency to pay for an out-of-state tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Whether it's having coffee with Sen. Cory Gardner, taking part in the Mayor's Cup golf tournament or flying to Washington, D.C., with the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance, City Council members do so at the expense of taxpayers. When Councilor Tom Strand tagged along on an RBA regional leaders trip to Columbus, Ohio, in April, his $1,580 tab was later picked up by the Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau - an agency Strand is poised to vote to fund as part of the city budget.

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  3. New bike lanes buff up cycling safetyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Earlier this year, the city's bicycling community gathered at UCCS for the first Colorado Springs Bicycle Summit. Cyclists, bike organizations and city leaders learned and dreamed about building a better city for bikes.

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  4. Check out this 'purple' Dem: Mark Anthony BarrionuevoRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    In all likelihood, you haven't heard of Mark Anthony Barrionuevo . And that's understandable unless you happen to live in state Senate District 10, which covers a healthy chunk of north-central Colorado Springs.

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  5. Donald Trump, the right to sue Israel, third-party votes, and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Many of those same citizens are now supporting a man, Mr. Trump, with no military experience, no political experience, with an erratic, unpredictable, impetuous, impulsive and insulting personality, voting for him to obtain nuclear weapons. What could go wrong? A mistake, an error, a reckless bluff, a threat, simple confusion could trigger a full-scale nuclear release, reducing much of the Northern Hemisphere to a collection of radioactive craters.

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  6. Artist Jerry Vigil talks about the Day of the Dead in its many formsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Despite happening right next to each other, Halloween and Dia de los Muertos have very little in common. Local artist and Santero and muertos scholar Jerry Vigil explains that it's all about intent.

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  7. Local high school teacher a finalist for $100,000 grantRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    A couple of years ago here, we examined a then-new aquaponics operation aimed at getting more local food into area chefs' hands. Now, the closed-loop water system model is underway with a new challenge locally - specifically winning Farmers Insurance's Dream Big Teacher Challenge .

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  8. Retired Air Force colonel chosen as 'cyber czar'Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    A retired Air Force colonel with roots in the cyber world has been chosen as the first chief executive officer of the newly created National Cybersecurity Center in Colorado Springs. Ed Rios , who's been running his own cyber consulting company, will take the reins of the nonprofit organization for an unspecified annual salary.

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  9. Wiz-War: Frenetic Mayhem and Cartoonishly Fun ActionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    "I'm playing Yoink on your wizard." "Waita there's actually a spell called Yoink? I thought you were kidding."

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  10. Debate simulcast coming to a theater near youRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Seriously, why attend a drab party-headquarters viewing, when you can catch Sunday's presidential grudge-match live on the big screen at your local Regal Cinema? Imagine hearing Donald Trump reprise his first debate's locomotive-breath delivery in surround-sound audio! Thrill to the prospect of Hillary Clinton showing off her latest Paddington Bear outfit on a three-story screen! Trust us, this is going to be huge.

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  11. Can't make the rent? Help is on the way.Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    According to a recent study by the National Housing Conference , Colorado Springs ranks 100th out of 180 metro areas for the most expensive market to rent a two-bedroom home. And our affordable housing stock isn't keeping up.

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  12. Check out that new bike lane on SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    The city is hosting a community bike ride on Saturday so that cyclists can check out the new buffered bike lane on Research Parkway. The # RideOnResearch Community Bike Ride will start at 11 a.m. and stretch for four miles.

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  13. Police identify 'cases of interest' to release onlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Want to dive into police reports about a high profile incident? The Colorado Springs Police Department has started a new service that will allow citizens to study redacted police reports. Called Cases of Interest , the site now includes only four incidents: the Halloween shooting in which Noah Harpham killed three people before being gunned down by police; the case of Ryan Brown, who's black and was pulled from his car by police for no apparent reason in March 2015, the Taco Bell shooting in which a man was killed by a citizen, and the Springs Creek Juvenile Detention Facility riot.

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  14. Winners from last night's Pikes Peak Arts Council awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Tuesday night, the Pikes Peak Arts Council honored the wealth of artistic talent in the Springs at its 16th annual awards gala. PPAC gave out a total of 22 awards, lauding artists in film, theater, visual arts, dance, poetry and music, plus four lifetime achievement awards.

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  15. Prescribed burn scheduled for Woodland Park areaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    The 2013 Black Forest Fire, and the Waldo Canyon Fire the year before, made many locals fear smoke on the horizon. As early as October 1, you might see smoke rising from the area around Woodland Park.

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  16. ATTN: Cyclists. Tell the city you want these bike lanes.Read the original story

    Sep 28, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    If you like to ride a bicycle in Colorado Springs, then I'm guessing you have a few gripes. I know I do.

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  17. Despite discrimination, MMJ activists turn up for their cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Lazy. Unmotivated. Head-in-the-clouds. Those are some of the adjectives that might come to mind when thinking about a stoner - if, of course, you don't know many stoners.

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  18. Local masseuse uses cannabis oil to ease clients' painsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    While there's always some variation, massage therapy is basically massage therapy. The end goal is to relax patients and their muscles; whatever combination of sights, smells, sounds and sensations the massage therapist uses can be chalked up to the type of therapy - deep tissue, Swedish, Shiatsu, etc.

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  19. Cyber funding for Pikes Peak Community CollegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    Pikes Peak Community College's cybersecurity programs got a $199,681 boost last week from the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education, which will enable the college to create new partnerships with high schools and cyber firms, PPCC said in a news release. "This grant will take our cyber efforts, which had already been gaining momentum, and really throw them into hyper speed to feed the local workforce," PPCC President Lance Bolton said in the release.

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  20. Scrubbers to be testedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2016 | Colorado Springs Independent

    After years of small-scale testing and construction of the Neumann Systems Group pollution control equipment, Colorado Springs announced Monday it is starting to test the equipment on the Drake Power Plant downtown. City-owned Colorado Springs Utilities took control of the scrubber system, which will remove most of the plant's sulphur dioxide emissions.

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