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  • LETTERS: Public schools not a business

    Letters
    Published: Fri, Nov 14, 2014

    The real issue for taxpayers I read Debbie Kelley's article "Suit: School violates civil rights" in the Nov. 11 Gazette. I also read a letter to the editor from John Stonestreet on the topic. I don't understand why you both missed a major issue for taxpayers like me. I pay a...

  • LETTERS: Praying in high school; biased journalism

    Letters
    Published: Thu, Nov 13, 2014

    Take notice and start praying Thank you, Gazette, for putting the lawsuit article about Chase Windebank on the front page. Every Christian student in D-20 should take notice and start praying. Every Christian parent should go to the school board meetings and state how our rights are...

  • LETTERS: Great parks projects; stormwater issue again

    Letters
    Published: Sat, Nov 8, 2014

    Saying 'yes' to the parks Thanks to the 70 percent of voters who said yes to county parks! When El Paso County commissioners decided county parks, trails, nature centers and the fairgrounds were the right fit for the TABOR revenue surplus, the Trails and Open Space Coalition was...

  • LETTERS: Election results; lots of Good Samaritans in Springs

    Letters
    Published: Fri, Nov 7, 2014

    'I'll do it my way' Republicans were overjoyed with the words of the master of doublespeak yesterday. He spoke the words that they wanted to hear, and they were pleased to no end. Unfortunately, they missed what he really said, which was put into song by Frank Sinatra many years ago....

  • LETTERS: Something has to be done; let's finish the job

    Letters
    Published: Thu, Nov 6, 2014

    Let's finish the job The elections in Colorado clearly indicated a turn away from the leftist policies of the president, Mark Udall and the rest of the Democratic Party. However, there are at least two more election cycles where persons appointed to office by former Democratic Gov....

  • LETTERS

    Letters
    Published: Wed, Nov 5, 2014

    Prescription medication quandary I schedule an annual checkup every December, when my doctor issues my new prescriptions for the coming year. I ask her to post date them for the new year, because they expire the very last day of December after they are written no matter when they...

  • LETTERS: Spooky election season; playing politics again

    Letters
    Published: Tue, Nov 4, 2014

    Spooky election season 'Twas the day after Halloween and all through the streets, not a creature was stirring. No more trick or treats. The ghosts and the goblins had all flown away - they went into hiding 'til next Halloween day. The only thing left were the canvassers walking...

  • LETTERS

    Letters
    Published: Mon, Nov 3, 2014

    Verifying ballot signatures I have had some concerns about how mail-in ballots were verified to insure that the ballot was actually filled out by the voter the ballot was mailed to. I emailed the Colorado Department of State Elections Division. Below is part of the answer I received:...

  • LETTERS: Harmful marijuana; lesson in income inequality

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    Updated: Sun, Nov 2, 2014

    Harmful aspects of marijuana Re: Dr. George Athey's letter titled "Legalization of marijuana damaging" (Oct. 28)wherein he covers I believe, some extremely valid, timely and worrisome topics on this drug. He expresses his deep concern as a practicing physician on the harmful aspects...

  • LETTERS: Get regional park back on track; adults and marijuana

    Letters
    Published: Fri, Oct 31, 2014

    Get regional park back on track Re: Andy Meng letter to the editor (Oct. 29). If Initiative 1A passes, one half of the money slated for Black Forest's parks recovery would be used for the "Pineries Open Space." The other half has been designated for the Black Forest Regional Park,...

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