TMJ Week of 5.24.16

Major Government Overhaul Brewing in Green Mountain Falls GMF to Hire New Town Manager and Rid Itself of Police Department-Rick Langenberg

Memorial Day Revisited – Murph Unleashed

Popular Peak Trail Hits Dead-end in Southern Teller Creek and Victor leaders voice concerns over Ring the Peak route – By Bob Volpe

Memorial Day Revisited – Murph Unleashed

Memorial Day isn’t just about honoring veterans, its honoring those who lost their lives. Veterans had the fortune of coming home. For us, that’s a reminder of when we come…

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Memorial Day Revisited – Murph Unleashed

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Memorial Day isn’t just about honoring veterans, its honoring those who lost their lives. Veterans had the fortune of coming home. For us, that’s a reminder of when we come home we still have a responsibility to serve. It’s a continuation of service that honors our country and those who fell defending it. Pete Hegseth…

Blue Mountain Ranch Celebrates 70 Years -By Beth Dodd

Seventy years ago, Coach Bill Allen and his wife Dorothy started a legacy in the hills south of Florissant. Blue Mountain Ranch began as a football camp for boys from Texas and is now a home away from home for children from around the world. Back in 1946, while Allen was coaching football at Paschal…

Home Depot Foundation helps restore VFW Lodge – RobertVolpe

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While 218 volunteers from Habitat for Humanity and Home Depot recently converged on the former Lofthouse motel in Woodland Park, more than 100 volunteers from the “Home Depot Foundation” were putting the finishing touches on the complete renovation of the VFW Lodge on Highway 67. This represented an unprecedented local effort in providing volunteer work…

Dear Editor: I would like to take a minute and thank both the Mountain Jackpot and the Pikes Peak Courier for their recent articles on the renovation of the Veterans Hall in Woodland Park. It is truly an awesome project that we have been struggling with for a few years and to see it very…

Major Government Overhaul Brewing in Green Mountain Falls GMF to Hire New Town Manager and Rid Itself of Police Department-Rick Langenberg

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The revamping of the Green Mountain Falls’ town government is boldly underway in what has become a regular tradition every two years following an election. The newest pursuits involve hiring a town administrator/clerk and eliminating the police department name and returning to an old-fashioned marshal’s office. In addition, the new town elected leaders are continuing…