TMJ Week of 5.3.16

Local Affordable Housing Movement Takes Bold Step- Rick Langenberg

Farmer’s Market abandons bid for new location at Woodland Station – By Beth Dodd

Cripple Creek Mulling Plans Again for a Lodging Tax By Beth Dodd

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PIKES PEAK REGIONAL HOSPITAL DONATES LAB EQUIPMENT TO GATEWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Pikes Peak Regional Hospital donated a Zeiss Microscope to Gateway Elementary School for use in its science classes. Hospital CEO Kim Monjesky presented the microscope to Gateway Elementary science teacher Jonathan Woods. Woods was very appreciative of the donation saying it will give his…

A Mediocre Team in a Mediocre Division- Rick Langenberg

Welcome to the Mild and Mediocre National League West Division, and welcome to another mediocre professional baseball season. And thank God for the recent bombardment of snow storms in the Front Range and the lively atmosphere and good looking sights at the Rooftop Bar at Coors Field. The Colorado Rockies have finished their first month…

Almanac Week of May 3rd

Tuesday, May 3 The Green Mountain Falls Board of Trustees will meet on May 3 at 7 p.m. in the GMF Town Hall. Open Forum. Norm Steen, the chairman of the Teller County Commissioners, will be the speaker for the May 3 Open Forum. Steen will address the planning for expanding broadband high speed internet…

Local Affordable Housing Movement Takes Bold Step- Rick Langenberg

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Woodland Park has a serious workforce housing crisis, but the county’s sole habitat for humanity group isn’t giving up the fight and has hit the ground running with a bold undertaking. Last week, Habitat for Humanity of Teller County officially kicked off an unprecedented project, aimed at renovating an old, decaying vacant motel into nine…

VFW Hall Getting A Facelift – Robert Volpe

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VFW Hall Getting A Facelift The little white VFW building on Highway 67, on the north end of Woodland Park, by the water treatment plant, is getting a needed facelift courtesy of DMI Builders and Home Depot. Originally built around 1935, the building has served a variety of purposes, from Grange Hall to church meetings,…