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  • LETTERS: Giving back to the Springs; answering the burning question

    Letters
    Published: Mon, Apr 6, 2015

    Giving back to the community As a former attorney for the city (1971-1998), Bruce Shepard was one of the best council members, volunteers and citizens I ever worked with and for. In the 1970s -90s he understood the role of council as it is supposed to be today, policymakers and...

  • LETTERS: Nation more and more divided; veterans denied benefits

    Letters
    Published: Sat, Apr 4, 2015

    Nation is more and more divided Everyone seems to be in a turmoil about the recent law passed in Indiana, which presumably encourages discrimination against certain segments of our society. The opposing view professes the law provides liberty to practice one's faith. I am concerned...

  • LETTERS: Klingenschmitt controversy; beliefs a phony excuse

    Letters
    Published: Fri, Apr 3, 2015

    Klingenschmitt should continue Even though I do not wholly agree with Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt's statement outside the chamber, I do not agree that Klingenschmitt should resign and I will not call for his resignation. I agree with Rep. Justin Everett that free speech will be...

  • LETTERS: What kind of state is Colorado?; Reid set a new low

    Letters
    Published: Thu, Apr 2, 2015

    What kind of a state is Colorado? Kudos to Republican State Sen. Bill Cadman for pursuing fetal homicide legislation. I ask the entire Colorado Springs delegation at the State Capitol - Republican and Democrat-to join him. The violent criminal who killed Longmont mother Michelle...

  • LETTERS: Condition of city's parks; each met death on their own terms

    Letters
    Published: Wed, Apr 1, 2015

    Filthy condition of city parks What is happening to our parks? Why is the city cutting down all of the trees and bushes in the Pikes Peak Greenway Trail? The area needs to be renamed the Stump Way or the parking lot. The area around Monument Creek and Fountain Creek used to be a nice...

  • LETTERS: Native Americans honored; patronize another business

    Letters
    Published: Tue, Mar 31, 2015

    The list goes on and on No matter what you say or do, or don't say or don't do, you are going to offend someone. Generally, it will be someone who is looking to be offended, rather than someone who is truly offended. In this line, because apparently there is nothing else to do for our...

  • LETTERS: Kara Tippetts tribute; who's the boss?; poor attendance at local musical

    Letters
    Updated: Mon, Mar 30, 2015

    Tribute to Kara Tippetts As a personal friend of Kara Tippetts, I want to thank you for including a story on her life in Monday's paper. While the headline did express one element of Kara's story, there was much more to her. Since I had the privilege of knowing her, I would like to...

  • LETTERS: More on 'Clearing The Haze' marijuana series

    Letters
    Updated: Mon, Mar 30, 2015

    Highly politicized issue Thank you for your objective questioning of the topic and your willingness to dive into a highly politicized issue with objective analysis. The industry seems to be populated with highly motivated promoters of pot. However, there is, I think, a large majority...

  • LETTERS: Articles, information on marijuana empowering

    Letters
    Updated: Mon, Mar 30, 2015

    Articles, information empowering I just wanted to reach out to thank you for all of your work putting this project together. While it may be a difficult position to defend, even when the facts are on our side, it's comforting to know that there are journalists and other high-profile...

  • LETTERS: The city's priorities; racist and undemocratic

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    Published: Thu, Mar 26, 2015

    Get the city's priorities right Last week's horrific and violent harvesting of a child in the womb of a young mother in Longmont has once again brought us face to face with the reality that a pre-born child has no legal rights in Colorado. As a consequence, the perpetrator of this...

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