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  • GUEST COLUMN: Region must address stormwater responsibilities

    Amy Lathen
    Published: Sun, Sep 7, 2014

    Last week, an extraordinary thing happened in El Paso County. Citizens, working alongside their locally elected officials, local government staff members, business leaders, military representatives, nonprofit representatives and more, brought to fruition a collaborative proposal to...

  • 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...

  • GUEST COLUMN: Let's try local solutions for Jones Park

    Sean Paige
    Published: Fri, Sep 5, 2014

    Imagine you had a prized piece of real estate - a home, a cabin, a lakeside lot - you were forced to part with but still wanted protected, cared-for and put to good future use. Would you in good conscience sell or give that property to a lousy landlord like Uncle Sam, who's well-known...

  • EDITORIAL: 'loser pays' rules could curb abusive lawsuits

    By name newspaper -
    Published: Fri, Sep 5, 2014

    In 2009, the notorious securities litigation firm Robbins Geller brought a shareholder lawsuit against Boeing, accusing its management of illegal misrepresentations based on the word of a confidential witness inside the company. It was the sort of case that routinely costs companies...

  • FAGIN: "Why doesn't the government undo something?"

    Barry Fagin
    Published: Thu, Sep 4, 2014

    How many times have you heard somebody say, "Why doesn't the government do something?" Even if you don't say it that often, you've probably thought it. It's a natural reaction nowadays, whenever something goes wrong. I'd like to propose a different rallying cry. The next time you hear...

  • Gazette editorial: Tragic crash reminds us of a big threat to teens

    The Gazette
    Updated: Wed, Sep 3, 2014

    They had one more homecoming, another prom and two more semesters before embarking on life as adults. Their parents anticipated joy-filled graduations, weddings, grandchildren and all the ups and downs that go with watching children grow. Life had just begun. It all ended Labor Day...

  • 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...

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