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The first signs of spring have sprung: Clocks have sprung forward; spring break has concluded for area students; lawn sprinklers have begun to spring into action; and the spring deadline for tax returns is inevitable. The signs of a new season have brought abundant news to this issue of The New Falcon Herald.With Easter approaching, many people plan a day of festivities. If you would like to know when Easter services are planned for your church, or if you are looking for a church to attend, in this issue of The New Falcon Herald, area churches are featured throughout the paper. Also, Easter and egg hunts go hand in hand. Hop over to page 13 for information on local Easter egg hunts and places for children to visit the Easter Bunny.As many of those who have a green thumb have discovered, eastern El Paso County is not always conducive to fostering a lush lawn and colorful garden. If you are itching to get your lawn green and your flowers blooming this spring, read JoAnn McNabb’s article, which features gardening tips from the Falcon Garden Club and a local landscaper.Something procrastinators may not be itching to do this spring season is file a tax return. Although the deadline is near, helpful tax tips can be found in Alex Donnell’s column. Kathy Wallace also reports on additional tax breaks that may help you acquire a larger refund.Spring fever is here! And, the NFH will bring Falcon and eastern El Paso County residents significant news now and every season.– Stefani, Michelle and the NFH team

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