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  • Activist Michael Rogers wants to see more roadless areas 
    in Colorado.
  • Roadless rage
  • Activist Michael Rogers wants to see more roadless...
  • Dan Wilcock
  • Feb 9, 2006
  • Rena Bloom, of the Colorado Association of Naturopathic 
    Physicians.
  • RX for confusion
  • Rena Bloom, of the Colorado Association of Naturopathic...
  • Dan Wilcock
  • Jan 19, 2006
  • Dave and Laura Flanagan, of Centennial, lost their son 
    Sean to cancer just days after Brian OConnell began 
    what they say he promised would be life-saving 
    treatments. Police later discovered that although 
    OConnell called himself a naturopathic medical doctor, 
    his training consisted only of a correspondence course.
  • RX for confusion
  • Dave and Laura Flanagan, of Centennial, lost their...
  • Dan Wilcock
  • Jan 19, 2006
  • Rena Bloom, of the Colorado Association of Naturopathic 
    Physicians.
  • RX for confusion
  • Rena Bloom, of the Colorado Association of Naturopathic...
  • Dan Wilcock
  • Jan 19, 2006
  • Dave and Laura Flanagan, of Centennial, lost their son 
    Sean to cancer just days after Brian OConnell began 
    what they say he promised would be life-saving 
    treatments. Police later discovered that although 
    OConnell called himself a naturopathic medical doctor, 
    his training consisted only of a correspondence course.
  • RX for confusion
  • Dave and Laura Flanagan, of Centennial, lost their...
  • Dan Wilcock
  • Jan 19, 2006
  • This duplex at 1326 West Kiowa Street was destroyed in 
    a fire, and subsequently purchased and kept boarded up 
    by Douglas Bruce, now a county commissioner.
  • Burnt-out blight
  • This duplex at 1326 West Kiowa Street was...
  • Dan Wilcock
  • Dec 1, 2005
  • Gold Hill Mesa developer Bob Willard stands in the folds 
    of eroded dirt on Gold Hill Mesa, south of Highway 24 on 
    Colorado Springs west side. Willard is building 1,000 
    homes on the old mining tailings. Fruit-bearing trees 
    and vegetable gardens will be prohibited.
  • Solid gold blight
  • Gold Hill Mesa developer Bob Willard stands in...
  • Dan Wilcock
  • Nov 17, 2005
  • Glenn Frazier, owner of Magis Grocery in Peyton, says 
    hes heard from many customers angered by long lines 
    and a lack of ballots during last Tuesdays election.
  • Ballot bungle
  • Glenn Frazier, owner of Magis Grocery in Peyton,...
  • Dan Wilcock
  • Nov 10, 2005
  • Former District 11 school board president Norvell 
    Simpson was disappointed that City Council rejected 
    honoring Milton Proby.
  • Fountain forever
  • Former District 11 school board president Norvell Simpson...
  • Dan Wilcock
  • Oct 27, 2005

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