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Alexie Mieskoski takes her 13-week-old Aussie-Border collie mix Charlie for a walk at Bear Creek dog park on Saturday April 29, 2017. "She is like a little sister that won't leave you alone," Mieskoski commented. A spring storm hit the Colorado Springs area Friday night yet many parts of the region didn't get the expected amounts of snow overnight - with some areas of the city will less than 1 inch of snow. Photo by Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette.
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A view of two large alcoves along the Sand Canyon Trail at Canyon of the Ancients National Monument contain standing ruins of Native American homes. Photo by Andy Rogers/The Gazette
Denver, CO - APRIL 28: Ninja Warrior Beth Ann Senderak, lelf, is checking the course for coming competition by volunteer staff Willie Tibbetts at Magness Arena of University of Denver. Inspired by their turns on the TV competition series ÒAmerican Ninja Warrior,Ó members of the Wolfpack Ninja Warrior team will come to DUÕs Ritchie Center April 29-30 to kick off their national tour. April 28, 2017, Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Hyoung Chang/The Denver Post)
Kindergartner Lucas Jack reads to his grandparents Sarah Jack, left, Josephine Jack and Lynn Jack in Michelle Rahalewich's class Friday, April 28, 2017, during Grandparents Day at Monument Academy. About 625 grandparents attended the event at the K-8 charter school with 1,050 students in the Lewis-Palmer School District 38. . (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Since Colorado voters enshrined recreational cannabis in the state constitution and the first stores opened on Jan. 1, 2014, marijuana had burgeoned into a $1.3 billion industry by 2016. (The Gazette file)
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Downtown Colorado Springs from Gold Hill Mesa. Gazette file photo.
A squirrel hangs onto a branch as snow falls in Colorado Springs. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette