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Rep. Doug Lamborn squeals about student art depicting cops as pigs

U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn of Colorado Springs is squealing about a student’s artwork on display on Capitol Hill that depicts two police officers as pigs, one shooting a black man. Fox News reported that the painting has been taken down by Republicans and replaced by Democrats twice since last Friday, and Tuesday afternoon it was […]

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Tour the Colorado Governor’s Residence for a trip around the world this holiday season

The "Intimate Governor's Room" — decorated for the Colorado Springs Sister City. Design by Pam Smith and Colleen Heldt at the Colorado Governor's Residence decorated for the holidays by the American Society of Interior Designers Colorado Chapter (ASID). Each year ASID decorates the mansion In support of the Governor's Residence Preservation Fund. Free public tours will be offered Dec. 8-11 and Dec. 15-18. (Photo by Steve Sokolik/The Colorado Statesman)
Built in 1908 by Colorado Pioneer Walter Cheeseman, purchased by Colorado leader Claude Boettcher in 1923 and used by some of the state’s governors since 1960, the Colorado Governor’s Residence, also known as “Colorado’s Home” is an incredibly beautiful historic landmark. For the fourth year, professional design teams consisting of members of the American Society […]

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