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For a small town on the eastern plains of El Paso County, Falcon sure generates its share of the news. In this issue of The New Falcon Herald, we explore topics that set our community aside from other Colorado towns.Often residents look to larger cities to enjoy entertainment opportunities. But, not in the case of the Colorado Springs Youth Symphony. Natalie Gowen reports that if you can’t go to the symphony, the symphony can be brought to you. An entertainment hot spot is the El Paso County Fair held down the road in Calhan. It is an attraction for the young and old, as well as those new to Falcon and those who settled here years ago. Natalie relates her experience as a new fair-goer.On the home front, many Falcon area residents own livestock or pets. Kathleen Wallace explores the presence of toxic weeds found locally and how they can affect animals if ingested. Also, not many small towns can boast the presence of a local wildcat sanctuary. Kathleen visits Big Cats of Serenity Springs and introduces the community to its feline residents.Covering Falcon issues takes a lot of legwork, so the NFH welcomes two new writers – Roberta Redford and JoAnn McNabb. Both Roberta and JoAnn have newspaper backgrounds, and we are excited to introduce their reporting to Falcon residents.As you read this issue, know that the NFH staff will continue to work diligently to cover issues that generate news in your town.– Stefani, Michelle and the NFH team

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