May 24, 2015

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Thursday 05/14/2015
LETTER: Democratically Speaking - my response
Posted: May 14, 2015

The recent column “Democratically Speaking” is just a low class pandering to the now infamous group called “the low information voter.”

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LETTER: Card of thanks
Posted: May 14, 2015

On behalf of the family of Ruby Zelma Wissel, we wish to extend our heartfelt and sincere gratitude and a big thank you for the outpouring of support during this difficult time of her passing.

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LETTER: What happened to the Bailey 9Health fair?
Posted: May 14, 2015

The Bailey 9Health fair has been a part of Bailey for many years, at times hosting up to 500 people.

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LETTER: A response to Obdusky
Posted: May 14, 2015

In reference to Mr. Obduskey’s article of May 8, 2015, I’d like to offer a suggestion for a more positive approach rather than the Democratic talking points of class warfare and divide and conquer.

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Thursday 05/07/2015
Letter: Thank you
Posted: May 07, 2015

We would like to thank the following supporters for their generosity to the Platte Canyon High School after-prom festivities. Their dedication to the community and our students is definitely appreciated.

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Friday 05/01/2015
LETTER: A big Fun Fair thank you
Posted: May 01, 2015

Last week’s big snowstorm did not deter enthusiastic families from attending Edith Teter’s 20th Annual Early Childhood Fun Fair. More than 65 children exercised and explored a variety of activities provided by Edith Teter Early Learning Center, South Park Parents as Teachers and dedicated community partners. Sincere thanks to the South Park Recreation Center, Mountain BOCES, Katie Beach, Thompson Family, Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative, High Mountain Hygiene, Girl Scouts, South Park Ambulance, Town of Fairplay, One Spirit Yoga - Spirit of Dance, Subway and the preschool staff. We are so grateful for this generous and supportive community.

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Columnists

Thursday 05/21/2015
“Takin’ It To The House…”
Posted: May 21, 2015

This will be the final “Takin’ It To The House” edition for the first half of the 70th General Assembly – a look back and a glance forward.

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Thursday 05/07/2015
Republican Perspective
Posted: May 07, 2015

The campaign for President has started, and if you want diversity all you need to do is look to the Republican Party. As of today, there have been 15 people who have declared their candidacies, and another 10 that are officially exploring. On top of that you have at least three governors who are still thinking about it. The Democrats like to paint the Republican Party as closed, but with a ratio of twenty five candidates to one I think it is the Democrat Party that doesn’t want to allow any discussion and to keep their party closed.

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Democratically Speaking
Posted: May 07, 2015

Putting the issues of greed, ethics, and political behavior together helps explain a lot about the difference between Democrats and Republicans.

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Friday 04/24/2015
“Takin’ It To The House…”
Posted: April 24, 2015

Last week I reported that two big issues would take the spotlight in the House, a list of gun bills and HB15-1323 (the assessment bill), which is an attempt to reduce the number (and frequency) of assessments.

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Democratically Speaking

Putting the issues of greed, ethics, and political behavior together helps explain a lot about the difference between Democrats and Republicans.

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Republican Perspective

The campaign for President has started, and if you want diversity all you need to do is look to the Republican Party. As of today, there have been 15 people who have declared their candidacies, and another 10 that are officially exploring. On top of that you have at least three governors who are still thinking about it. The Democrats like to paint the Republican Party as closed, but with a ratio of twenty five candidates to one I think it is the Democrat Party that doesn’t want to allow any discussion and to keep their party closed.

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