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Sky Sox infielder Jimmy Cesario signs five-year-old Kenny Webster's new hat Friday, April 13, 2012, before the Sky Sox home opener against Las Vegas at Security Service Field.   (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Sky Sox infielder Jimmy Cesario signs five-year-old Kenny Webster's new hat Friday, April 13, 2012, before the Sky Sox home opener against Las Vegas at Security Service Field. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
** ARCHIV ** Johnny Cash spielt auf einem undatierten Foto Gitarre. Johnny Cash ist auch mehr als drei Jahre nach seinem Tod noch Kult. Die Film-Biografie "Walk The Line", die das Leben von Amerikas Country-Legende, die Karriere und die grosse Liebe zur Kollegin June Carter nachzeichnet, wurde zu einem Kassenschlager. Noch im vergangenen Jahre erreichte sein Album "American V: A Hundred Highways" Platz eins der 200 meist verkauften LPs. Am 26. Februar 2007 wuerde der "Man in Back", der ber ein halbes Jahrhundert die Country-Musik dominierte, 75 Jahre alt. (AP Photo) ** zu unserem KORR. APD7912 ** --- Johnny Cash sang many murder ballads, including the classic "Banks of the Ohio." That one's about a jealous man who stabs his lover. (AP Photo)
From left, Jamie, River, Danyle and Elsie Lester celebrate after the 2016 Climb for Courage event at Falcon Stadium. Four-year-old Elsie has spinal muscular atrophy, so the family is looking forward to having a new Children’s Hospital Colorado location on the north side of Colorado Springs. Photo courtesy of Danyle Lester
Friends of Cheyenne Cañon President Chris Beyer, left, speaks to guests at the group’s 25th Anniversary celebration Saturday at the Starsmore Visitor and Nature Center. Photo by Elizabeth Eden
At 4:10 p.m. June 5, a major pipe break occurred on Brown Bear Lane about 100 feet west of Alsace Way. Water flowed onto Alsace and around the corner into driveways and finally into Cheyenne Creek. Residents of the Bear Paw subdivision were not allowed in or out for several hours due to the Colorado Springs Utilities’ caution that a sinkhole could be forming under Brown Bear. Around 5:30, residents were allowed to travel after parts of the road were determined to be safe. Utilities employees worked late into the night to repair the damage. As the pipe network fed the subdivision from two directions, only four homes found themselves without water for the duration. Photo by Michael Lowery
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Vice President Mike Pence delivers remarks during an event where NASA introduced 12 new astronaut candidates, Wednesday, June 7, 2017, at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. (Bill Ingalls/NASA via AP)
Hope Stark, right, won the women’s division of the Climb for Courage in 2016, and she’s excited to participate in this year’s event, according to her mother, Carey Stark. Hope is pictured with Brandon Stapanowich, Children’s Hospital Colorado employee and past climb winner. Photo courtesy of Children’s Hospital Colorado
In this photo from 2013, residents gather to honor the first anniversary of the Waldo Canyon fire. The public is invited to a five-year commemoration event Monday at Mountain Shadows Community Park. Photo courtesy of the City of Colorado Springs