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  • LETTERS: Warning to all drivers; placing the blame

    Letters
    Published: Wed, Sep 10, 2014

    A warning to all drivers To the heavy equipment truck driver that ran the red light this morning at Woodmen and Lexington - You are so lucky I am an experienced driver and always look to make sure drivers stop before going on a green light (arrow in this case). The light had been red...

  • LETTERS: Suggestions for downtown; Letters policy change

    By name newspaper -
    Published: Sun, Sep 7, 2014

    A downtown pedestrian plaza I'm having serious problems in understanding the thought processes (or lack thereof) of the Colorado Springs City Council and the mayor. Here they have had a long and successful event, the Balloon Classic, and they seem to be perfectly fine with losing it....

  • LETTERS: Paying for the scrubbers; 'remember the beheadings'

    Letters
    Published: Sat, Sep 6, 2014

    'Remember the beheadings' I will not dignify the terrorists involved, in the recent beheadings in the Middle East, by saying that they even have a country to call their own. They use grandiose words or descriptions, in a feeble excuse to try and justify their reason for existing on...

  • LETTERS: Mitchum's jeans; high gas prices

    Letters
    Published: Fri, Sep 5, 2014

    The best match ever I am a Big Brother with Big Brothers Big Sisters - Pikes Peak and I wanted to share a little bit about my match through this local organization. My Little and I are the best match ever because we like to try new adventures, we always have a good time hanging out...

  • LETTERS: More on Balloon Classic; stormwater concerns

    Letters
    Published: Wed, Sep 3, 2014

    Balloons about family, fun, food, art I hope that our community can find a way to keep the Colorado Balloon Classic going. I took my daughter and son-in-law and their new baby Rosalie (10 months old) there Saturday, and it was very enjoyable. It was fun watching all the people around...

  • LETTERS: Life is full of choices; still developing a strategy

    Letters
    Published: Mon, Sep 1, 2014

    Life is full of choices I read the two letters to the editor in The Gazette last Thursday decrying the application of the death penalty for Nathan Dunlap and in Colorado in general. While the focus of the two letters appeared to be wasted state funds expenditures, my immediate...

  • LETTERS: City seems to be stuck; government economically unpatriotic

    Letters
    Published: Sun, Aug 31, 2014

    Sadly, we seem to be stuck Where to start? I am a 35-year resident of Colorado Springs. My wife and I raised our family here, and I have owned several businesses over those years. I have been active in the community by coaching Little League and high school sports and also serving on...

  • LETTERS: Colorado Springs can't afford business as usual; crumbling streets; Good Samaritans

    By name newspaper -
    Published: Sat, Aug 30, 2014

    Can't afford business as usual Re: "Oil production key to U.S. energy needs," by Owen Hill, Gazette, Wednesday, Aug. 27. One cannot escape noticing the incongruity between Hill's position and the article on page A10 (same issue) "U.N. panel says global warming human-caused." According...

  • Letters: Dress codes, political theater, Ben Carson

    Updated: Fri, Aug 29, 2014

    Making fools of themselves Re: "Dress code violations," the Question of the Day. Some day those girls will be thankful that the superintendent cared enough for them to keep them from making fools of themselves, when sadly their parents don't care about them, or aren't around when...

  • LETTERS: Death penalty, a money pit, send Utilities a message

    By name newspaper -
    Published: Thu, Aug 28, 2014

    Maybe the cost will touch hearts The death penalty is incredibly costly. There's just no arguing with that fact - it drains tax dollars within the criminal justice system, and that results in delayed justice for other victims awaiting hearings on their non-capital cases. Other...

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