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Friday, March 23, 2018

Is Manitou’s Mayoral Race Hijacked?

The mayoral race is being highjacked by money pouring in from outside interests not aligned with either Manitou's values or best interests.

State Patrol at Construction Sites

These days, you’re liable to take a painfully slow drive down Manitou Avenue

The Revenue Police

In Manitou Springs, like many other police departments around the country, grant revenue plays a role in how policing takes place.

The Responsibilities of Government

On Monday, May 10th, Manitou Springs Police Chief Joe Ribeiro, under the threat of arrest, broke up a peaceful assembly.

Mayor Nicoletta Explodes Calling Citizens “Entitled”

The Manitou Marquee has produced a sound bite of rather bizarre behavior of the mayor.

Citizens Rally Fails to Save Condemned Trees Along Canon Avenue

A video journal of a desperate attempt

Citizens Meet to Discuss Protesting at City Hall

Concerned residents met yesterday at Mansions Park to discuss Manitou Springs City Council's recent decision to destroy and remove five elm trees located in the downtown district.

An email from Mayor Nicoletta regarding the Brook St. Bridge

It is imperative that every Manitou Springs citizen concerned with Brook Street Bridge's ongoing controversy and rehabilitation be present at this Tuesday evening's council meeting.

Soda Springs Pavilion Fencing or Art?

Some information on how you can have input on the fencing of Soda Springs Pavilion.

LeGrande Successfully Reopens Boutique

The large front display window is filled with sparkling vibrant purples, greens and yellows, as feather boas and hats garnish this wonderful window art.

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A Cattle Call for Undecided & Non-Voters

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The Legendary Seahawk

Like many top predators, the North American Osprey became endangered in the 1960's.

Former Council Member Supports Jaray

Aimee Cox throws her support behind Mayoral Candidate Ken Jaray. Read why.