Some of the sculpture pieces at the city-maintained cemeteries provide a fascinating glimpse into how much value previous generations placed on honoring their loved ones.

“How are things over at the city of the dead?” a reporter recently asked Will DeBoer, who manages Colorado Springs’ city cemetery enterprise. “Quiet and peaceful,” replied DeBoer, giving a good-natured response to a quip that he’s heard hundreds of times. In fact, things are not entirely peaceful at the cemeteries. Like any business, the […]

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