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Zach Russell, left, and Janet Winterhalder with COS Racing ride eastbound on Research Parkway at Windy Hill Drive Tuesday, November 1, 2016, in the buffered bike lane that has been in service since the end of September. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette
School district 11 grounded their buses due to high winds Monday, January 9, 2017, so parents were asked to pick up their kids at Holmes Middle School and other schools around the district. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette
Debbie Gunter hangs out in the day center of the Springs Rescue Center. The rescue opened the second half of its resource center - bringing to completion a project that homeless advocates have been seeking for years. The 11,000 square-foot center marks the latest addition to the nonprofit's burgeoning campus off Las Vegas Street, west of Tejon Street. And it acts as a one-stop shop for myriad services that were either exceedingly hard to find, or spread out across several miles of Colorado Springs. The day center opened in the Spring. (Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)
Steve Bedigian shouts "freedom" from his "freedom tower" on his property in the Hartsel Flats area on Thursday, November 10, 2016. Photo by Stacie Scott, The Gazette
Garden of the Gods - Best Of 2017. Photo by Jeff Kearney.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (10) carries the flag onto the field before a game between the Broncos and the Chargers on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. (Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)
July 4, 2009 - Fireworks explode over the Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel during the Fourth of July f
A Coast Guard rescue team evacuates people from a neighborhood inundated by floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey on Monday, Aug. 28, 2017, in Houston, Texas. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
Incline enthusiasts race up the trail after the ribbon cutting and re-opening on Friday, December 2, 2016. The Manitou Incline re-opened to the public after being closed for repairs for roughly three months. Improved safety, enhanced user experience, long-term sustainability and increased accessibility were the four major goals of the Incline project. Work included repair and replacement of damaged retaining walls, cleanup of rebar, construction of drainage structures, stabilization of existing ties and surrounding slopes. Photo by Stacie Scott, The Gazette