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All this “Dream City” stuff that The Gazette is pushing seems to be affecting my sleep. The other night I had a dream that was so vivid, that seemed to ring so true, that I wrote it down as soon as I awoke. Apologies to Samuel Coleridge, but journalists don’t dream of “Xanadu, where Kubla… Continue Reading What a wonderful world it would be if R.C. were still around

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Last week, a long-awaited bill to set aside more than 2 million acres in nine states as protected wilderness was rejected by the U.S. House of Representatives. The bill would have designated Rocky Mountain National Park as a protected wilderness, and would have expanded the Indian Peaks Wilderness. The vote was 282-144, two votes shy… Continue Reading GOP boys put primary preservation before environmental preservation

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Every year, in order to comply with the Safe Drinking Water Act of 1996, Colorado Springs Utilities provides its customers with an annual water quality report. To a lay reader, the report is alarming, even terrifying. As required by law, CSU lists every “contaminant” that is present in our drinking water. It’s an a dismaying… Continue Reading Tap water likely better — and it’s a lot cheaper

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He that troubleth his own house shall inherit the wind — Proverbs 11:29 Are you a Christian? Or do you subscribe to Islam, or Judaism, or Ba’Hai, or Buddhism, or Shinto, or Zoroastrianism, or Jainism, or Taoism or Hinduism? Maybe you’re a Wiccan, or an Animist, or an Agnostic or an Atheist. Welcome one and… Continue Reading Perhaps The Shepherd somehow missed the memo about the Clovis

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