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Debbie Kelley

Education Reporter

Debbie Kelley has written about nearly every topic at The Gazette, from religion and business to the energy industry, health care and home and garden. She currently specializes in education issues.

Macy Klein and her mother, Ginger Klein. Submitted photo.
Andrew Wommack gives a tour of the new multi-million dollar campus of Charis Bible College in Woodland Park, Colorado on Monday, December 9, 2013. Wommack is a conservative Evangelical Christian TV evangelist who founded Andrew Wommack Ministries in 1978 and Charis Bible College, formerly Colorado Bible College in 1994. (Kent Nishimura, The Gazette)
"Perfect Chemistry" book cover (via
School supplies are coming in at Mercy's Gate, but there's still a long way to go to supply backpacks and supplies for area children in need. Development Officer Molly Smith organizes some donated items on Monday, July 24, 2017. (Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)
A clerk working the counter at a liquor store overnight was shot and killed during an armed robbery on North Academy Boulevard, Colorado Springs police said. (Courtesy KKTV)
David Thomson, a retired Marine and former defense contractor, conducts advanced medical hypnotherapy from his office in Colorado Springs. (Courtesy of David Thomson)
Volunteers raise a piece of playground equipment Tuesday, July 18, 2017, at Abrams Elementary School on Fort Carson. More than 450 volunteers through the Home Depot Foundation and parents and teachers from the school transformed the playground and outside of the school in four hours. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Campus Sexual Assault
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos pauses while speaking with the media after a series of listening sessions about campus sexual violence, Thursday, July 13, 2017, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
Ann Warhola, right, and daughter Debbie Kelley. The pen pal hobby is fighting to find its place in the technological revolution. "I like it because it's more personal, compared to writing on the computer," said Warhola. (Courtesy of Debbie Kelley, The Gazette)
A backpack drive is being held in memory of Elijah Hagger, who lost his lief last December at age 9 in a car wreck. Submitted photo.