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Colorado Springs Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Colorado Springs, Colorado prize for National reporting Shiu inc Xii of vim Springs amp his Peak Kiron Sinck ik72 s Vul Mew. I Kyll. 2015 $1.50 business Bambino a is on the move after spending 33 years at its current location Bambino s italian eatery decides to mix it up and move downtown. B6 sports Klee Trade tulo normally Troy Tulowitzki would never be on the trading Block but the Rockies putrid pitching might leave him As the sacrificial Lamb. Cd Home amp Garden gorgeous gardens tour the Majestic gardens of private Homes in old North end As part of the Fox open Garden tour a amp a ident Center Auto Hail repair Only $25 for $500 toward Dent repair deductible. Buy at or 1-877-216-4689 Confederate Flag Down divisive Symbol removed from its place of Honor at South Carolina statehouse the associated press an Honor guard from the South Carolina Highway patrol Lowers the Confederate Battle Flag As it is removed from the Capitol grounds Friday in Columbia . The Flag was lowered on the grounds of the South Carolina statehouse to the cheers of thousands ending its 54-year presence there and marking a stunning political reversal in a state where Many thought the rebel Banner would Fly indefinitely. By Jeffrey Collins Ano Meo Kinnard the associated press Columbia . South Carolina pulled the Confederate hag from its place of Honor at the statehouse on Friday marking a Milestone in How America commemorates the War that Tore the United states apart 150 years ago. Many people believed the rebel Banner would Fly forever in the first stat background Check flaw Fri the Charleston Church shooting suspect should not have been Able to buy a gun because of a drug arrest. A6 to leave the Union despite bitter feelings that remained after the hag was demoted from atop the Capitol dome to a Confederate Monument out front 15 years ago. But the killings of nine Black Church members during a Bible study in Charleston last month suddenly changed the political truths and consequences surrounding civil War symbols. The Battle hag unfurled to assert White Power and protest the civil rights protest in the 1960s had been defended by White Republican leaders until last month As a Symbol of Southern Pride. After the Church attack even supporters Felt compelled to acknowledge that the Flag also rep resents racial hatred. A no lie can live forever. That Flag is a lie a South Carolina a act president Lonnie Randolph said. The hag came Down Friday without incident in a 6-minute ceremony amid a crowd of up to 10,000 people chanting a Susa Usa Quot and a they hey hey a multiracial Honor guard of South see flab a Page 6 8 . 70 4 . 84 noon 8 8 . 78 see Kkt meteorologist Brian Bledsoe s Complete forecast a3 nation amp world by local amp state b5 obituaries b6 business cd sports a amp a comics a a 44802 00001 Ahi to Mycola a hour vol 144 no How copyright �2015 District la teachers get taste of homelessness Urban experience program helps them relate to students by Debbie Kelley Eracli school year several homeless students Are in Nicole Lobatos second Grade classroom at Monroe elementary school. The school at East pikes Peak Avenue and Chelton Road has a highly transient population she said. Some students stay in a shelter cars or a relatives Home. Others have been placed in Foster care due to circumstances such As parental abuse or addiction. One student of hers lived in a homeless shelter the entire school year and missed 65 Days of school. Like other teachers Lobato said she tries to do what she can for the Stu dents but Hasni to known about All the Community services. A i wanted to expand my horizons and find out what resources Are available a she said. A school is the consistently Safe place for them to be and we want to be Able to help them As Best we on thursday and Friday Lobato and 20 other teachers from Colorado Springs school District la experienced a taste of what life is like for homeless individuals and families. Wearing hats jackets sturdy shoes and backpacks filled with water bottles sunscreen and notebooks the educators took a Field trip known As Urban see homeless a Page la pm director resigns amid Security breach Navy warned data included in fingerprints by Jonathan s. Landay and Lesley Clark Tribune news service Washington a the controversy Over the computer breach of 21 million Federal employment records ballooned Friday As the director of the governments personnel office resigned and the Navy department warned that pirated information included the fingerprints of More than i million people. Office of personnel management director Katherine Archuleta who had resisted demands that she quit submitted her resignation to Katherine Archuleta office of personnel management director president Barack Obama w to accepted it. Late in the Day the Navy department sent a notice to its More than 436,000 Active and Reserve personnel and More than 195,000 civilian employees warning them that the stolen information include see breach a Page 7 o Keeffe inspired fashion show featuring project runway All Star Patricia Michaels whiskey tasting a performances by or Mao dance company music by do prominent a incredible giveaways a and exclusive Access to eloquent objects Georgia o Keeffe and Stilu Ife Art in new Mexico Iii Fine arts Center Grado Spryn museum i i Atri. I tickets 719.634.5583 a

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