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Stephanie Prochaska, assistant archivist for the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, carefully flips through a Colorado Springs Police Department scrapbook perserving news clippings from 1943. The department donated 85 volumes to the Starsmore Center for Local History.
A Jail Cell
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Arturo Hernandez Garcia and his family during a press conference outside First Unitarian Society on Tuesday, July 21, 2015. The 42-year-old originally from Mexico, who for the last nine months has been living in the basement of the church to avoid deportation, received a letter from immigration officials telling him he is no longer an enforcement priority. Patrick Traylor, The Denver Post
Arturo Hernandez Garcia and his family during a press conference outside First Unitarian Society on Tuesday, July 21, 2015. The 42-year-old originally from Mexico, who for the last nine months has been living in the basement of the church to avoid deportation, received a letter from immigration officials telling him he is no longer an enforcement priority. (Patrick Traylor, The Denver Post)
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Mock victims get a fresh coat of fake blood Thursday, May 8, 2014, during a mass casualty exercise at the Colorado Springs Airport. More than 1,000 participated from 46 different agencies in the practice that included a plane crash scene.   (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Mock victims get a fresh coat of fake blood Thursday, May 8, 2014, during a mass casualty exercise at the Colorado Springs Airport. More than 1,000 participated from 46 different agencies in the practice that included a plane crash scene. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
BEST OF THE SPRINGS
Garden of the Gods is in the running for "Best Local Hike" for the Gazette's 2006 "Best of the Springs." Mark Reis photo
A 62-year-old man succumbed Sunday to injuries from a crash six days earlier, when he attempted to cross the street mid-block and was struck by a car, Colorado Springs police said. (Courtesy of KKTV)
NEW GAZETTE
Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette
A light "haze" caused by faulty HVAC system disrupted operations at a medical office building near Memorial North Hospital on Monday afternoon, prompting some patients and employees to evacuate after the fire alarm sounded, according to the Colorado Springs Fire Department. (Courtesy Google Maps)