• Issue of
  • Jul 12-18, 2007
  • Vol. 15, No. 28
  • Bull Dozed



    Why the Army and its local boosters are losing the Pinon Canyon battle
  • Noted

    News briefs from the Front Range


  • DNC: So near, yet so far away

    Given the invisible news barrier that often exists somewhere north of Monument Pass, here's a headline from April that apparently didn't find much traction in Colorado Springs.
  • Letters

    Readers of the Independent talk back to the editor
  • Your Turn

    Don't ask, don't translate
  • Local gaiety
  • Local gaiety

    Local gaiety In the '90s, Newsweek ran a cover story about Colorado Springs being the hate capital of America, and the state made the national news by voting in an anti-gay amendment to the state constitution.
  • Extending Bruce's vacation

    Douglas Bruce returned from a six-week vacation to the Ukraine, and the first thing the elected official did was all but promise to sue the county that he helps oversee.

Food & Drink

  • Gust of fresh ... food

    Chef Jay Gust of the Ritz Grill (15 S. Tejon St.) launched a new dinner menu July 10, replacing a two-year-old incarnation that he and general manager Ross Seville feel had "run its course."


  • Big gigs
  • Big gigs

    Big-name concerts from around region


  • Movie Picks

    Our reviewers' recommendations for films showing on Colorado Springs area screens.


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