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Email letters, April 5, 2016

By Staff

Why should we have to pay at all to shop downtown? Regarding the city’s plan to update the downtown parking meters including raising fees: I ask, why even have parking meters? So enforcement officers can have a job? Let them get real ...


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75 years of the best of Jeep in Anniversary Edition

By Michael St. Clair

I can tell you something: 75 years ago, Jeeps did not have this good of a stereo. I have that on good authority. I also hear that a lot has changed since then.  My Mother’s parents drove an old Jeep Willys long before I was a ...


Man charged after Denver apartment blaze that injured 11

By The AP

DENVER — Prosecutors have charged a man accused of starting an apartment building fire that injured 11 people in Denver. The Denver District Attorney’s Office announced Monday that 57-year-old Kenneth Shepard is facing one count ...


Body found in burning building west of Castle Rock

By The AP

DENVER — An investigation is underway after firefighters found a body in a burning building west of Castle Rock. Douglas County Sheriff’s officials say the body was found in a fully engulfed structure between a house and a large ...


Man dies after 40-foot fall near Colorado Springs

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A 24-year-old man is dead after he fell about 40 feet while hiking or climbing in the foothills near Colorado Springs. Police say the man, whose name has not been released, suffered severe head trauma when he fell ...


Kudos to Club 20

By Jim Spehar

I’ll ‘fess up right now.  I went to the late morning session at Club 20’s spring meeting for much the same reason many NASCAR fans go the races and boxing fans sit ringside — to see the wreckage and watch the ...


Printed Letters: April 5, 2016

By Staff

Amendment 69 simplifies health insurance billing As most of the working stiffs like me have learned about the local chamber, if Diane Schwenke is against it, it’s probably good for workers. Such is her recent steamrolling of a vote ...


Keep your guns, but keep them locked up

By The Daily Sentinel

Despondent people and guns are a poor mix. Unfortunately, stating this obvious fact makes some people nervous that suicide-prevention efforts could be co-opted to advance a gun-control agenda. So we applaud the brave gun shop owners in ...


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Late start benefits Rifle golfers

By Tim Harty

Elly Walters didn’t like the way she finished her round, but everything else about her season debut signaled the Rifle High School sophomore is ready to shoot some low scores on area golf courses this season. Walters had two bogeys and ...


Sky Sox owners contemplating move

By Staff

Minor League Baseball Sky Sox owners exploring move The Elmore Sports Group, which owns the Colorado Springs Sky Sox, announced Monday it is exploring moving the Triple-A franchise to San Antonio within the next three years. The Sky Sox ...


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