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  • GUEST COLUMN: Define the Springs by its incomparable beauty

    Alex Johnson
    Published: Thu, Jul 3, 2014

    Last week, as reported in The Gazette and in national media outlets, our beloved Garden of the Gods was ranked by TripAdvisor as the nation's No. 1 park and as the No. 2 park in the world. This tremendous award honors the vision and foresight of our city's founder, Gen. William...

  • LETTERS: CSU's performance; a sleeping America

    Letters
    Published: Thu, Jul 3, 2014

    Is this the best CSU can do? After the third power outage in the past two weeks (first one at night and lasting more than three hours; second one last Thursday and lasting almost five hours; most recent was Sunday morning going on two hours), I am writing this letter with murder in my...

  • EDITORIAL: GOP's rejection may have link to legalized recreational pot

    The Gazette editorial
    Published: Wed, Jul 2, 2014

    Denver was the perfect location for the 2016 Republican National Convention. The city's flawless hosting of the 2008 Democratic convention - history's most flamboyant and successful - helped put President Barack Obama in the White House. Denver's climate, hotels, venues, airport,...

  • LETTERS: Heartless on the homeless; Udall on Obamacare

    Letters
    Published: Wed, Jul 2, 2014

    Greyhound therapy for the homeless Councilwoman Helen Collins and viewpoint contributor Dennis Delahoy support the position of assisting the move of the homeless population in Colorado Springs to another municipality. Delahoy questioned the "liberal" statistics that the majority of...

  • LETTERS: Tumbleweeds; winding down reefer madness

    LETTERS
    Updated: Tue, Jul 1, 2014

    Tumbleweed identification The residents of Colorado Springs may want to check their premises for those noxious tumbleweeds. They look harmless as their growth begins, somewhat like a small pine tree, and since they were identified for me by a former landscaper, I have noticed an...

  • EDITORIAL: Chief justice says anti-energy measures could harm public

    The Gazette editorial
    Published: Tue, Jul 1, 2014

    An effort to block five anti-energy amendments to the Colorado Constitution received the go-ahead Monday by the Colorado Supreme Court. Without commenting on merits of the jobs-killing measures, justices ruled language in the proposals does not violate the state's single-subject rule...

  • LETTERS: Wonderful article on iconic family; elect more veterans

    Letters
    Published: Tue, Jul 1, 2014

    Wonderful article on iconic family What a wonderful article on the Seymour family, which is historically iconic in this area! When I was a child, I lived with my maternal grandmother, Arie Vaughn, in a house on Weber Street just doors away from Elder Seymour, who was like a...

  • LITTWIN : Judge mocks the great gun law sound and fury

    Mike Littwin
    Published: Tue, Jul 1, 2014

    Judge Marcia Krieger has made a lot of people look foolish. The list, in fact, is astonishingly long. Panicked sheriffs. Fevered recallers. "Freedom"-invoking candidates. A flustered governor. I could go on. Krieger is a gun-owning, U.S. District Court judge who was appointed by...

  • GUEST COLUMN: Ready, set, breathe: a clean power plan for a healthier Colorado

    by Charlotte Bromley and Denise Clark Guest columnists -
    Updated: Tue, Jul 1, 2014

    America just took a big step toward a safer, healthier world for our children, but it will be up to Colorado's current leaders to complete the journey. In case you missed it, on June 2, President Obama's Environmental Protection Agency unveiled the first national limits on carbon...

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