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  Volume No. 16 Issue No. 12 December 2019  

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  Black Forest Salon is moving

   Black Forest Salon, after 17 years, is moving across the street on the other side of Burgess Road in the Subway complex. Kelsey Caton purchased the salon four years ago, and said the salon is growing and they need more space to accommodate that growth and also to add speciality services. They are bringing on a massage therapist and an esthetician when they open their new store on May 6. Currently, the salon has three stylists on board, but Caton said they are looking for a fourth. Caton, who has been a stylist for seven years, said the salon offers a wide array of services, from kids’ and men’s cuts to colors and tinsels. Contact the salon at 719-495-2121.   
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  New library in Calhan

   Colorado’s second-largest library system continues to grow. The Pikes Peak Library District has purchased a building in Calhan that will house the 15th library in the district. The new facility is located at 600 Bank St. and is scheduled to open in early fall. The library district is holding town meetings to assess what the area residents would like to see in their new library.   
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  Big O ribbon cutting

David Largent Jr. (son), Charlotte Largent, owner David Largent, Aria Largent (daughter) and Dustin Roberts, all of Falcon, are cheered on by the crowd at the grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony at Big O Tires on April 1. David Largent and Dustin Roberts are the owners of Big O.Big O Tires employees “Sparky” Hammitt and Robert Perdue pause for a photo before grabbing some BBQ that was served at the grand opening.Members of the Eastern Plains Chamber of Commerce helped Big O celebrate its grand opening: (from left to right, back row) Mike Lordino, Ben Kley, Dave Aherns, Dave Niehaus, Luke Smith; Christel Blaylock, Angelica Rivera.
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