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Re: “Big Medicine Cannabissary

awesome products, people, and prices. tasty! never disappointed. go here you will love it.

Posted by twcreme64 on 03/29/2017 at 7:10 AM

Re: “Constituent-hosted Town Hall: "With or Without You 2"

I was at the last event and the volunteer organizers did a great job. Neither Senator Gardner nor Representative Lamborn showed up, sent a staffer in their place, or even had a comment for us after the fact. Let's let them know that we expect to be heard. A huge show of force will send a strong message, whether they show or not.

Posted by Candi Frank on 03/27/2017 at 4:03 PM

Re: “Frisky

Heart-warming, hysterically funny and honest. Definitely worth a watch for the 20-somethings.

Posted by Ellie H on 03/14/2017 at 1:26 AM

Re: “"From the Bottom Up: One Man's Crusade to Clean America's Rivers"

Great ad, but the location is not correct on the map. The event is in Berger Hall which is in the University Center, not near the Recreation Center. Parking is in the Gateway Garage levels 4 and 5, which is GTWG on Campus map: http://map.uccs.edu/

Posted by LindaatUCCS on 03/07/2017 at 10:26 AM

Re: “Bancroft Park

Does anyone know if Bancroft Park has set hours or are you allowed to go anytime?

Posted by Robin S. on 03/07/2017 at 10:22 AM

Re: “Frokost

The annual Sons of Norway Frokost, a Norwegian cold-style breakfast, featuring various meats, cheeses, breads and side-dishes is usually held in April. Click on our website for the latest date and information. Thanks. http://sonsofnorwaycs.com/

Posted by Velsigne on 03/05/2017 at 4:01 PM

Re: “Embracing Compassion - Lives of the Dalai Lama

The Embracing Compassion exhibition was beautiful. The art work was wonderfully presented with such delicate detail for the lighting and spacing. SO so pleasing on the eyes. So glad to have been there to share.

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Posted by Kind Heart on 03/03/2017 at 9:02 PM

Re: “Levity Wellness

Levity has been one of the best secrets of the springs.
This store has some of the best meds in town. Love to enjoy their very flavorful buds.
Great place.

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Steve Thompson on 03/01/2017 at 8:31 PM

Re: “Amanda's Fonda

remember ,on academy , and on west side? after Amanda died , they went downhill, slow and then faster, brunch is now poorly prepared. any good reviews are 7 years old

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Posted by apathetic on 03/20/2017 at 1:49 AM

Re: “Rocky Mountain Cancer Center

Yesterday I called memorial Hospital Central to get an update on my treatment where I've been going for 13 years. They informed me that my appointment on February 23, 2017 was canceled my new insurance doesn't cover treatment at a main hospital it has to be an outpatient clinic. My doctor referred me to Rocky Mountain cancer center and sent over my records on the 24th, Joanne stated that she received them yesterday February 27 at 9:15 AM. Four days after my appointment was canceled. I still haven't heard from either my doctor or their office so I called in. As I was doing so I was venting to Joanne on the phone about what had happened to me, she took it personal and decided to make sure that they would not treat me at their location, she took her own feelings into account instead of providing service to human being who is in need of treatment or i will get very sick and potentially pass. They have no regard for the human life if someone is in need of treatment regardless of their actions you Take care of them,you are a medical facility, if someone is in need of help no matter the circumstances and they have insurance and it is COVERED AT YOUR LOCATION your should treat them instead they declined me service for venting to you on the phone for what has happened to me.

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Posted by Morgan Thomas on 02/28/2017 at 9:32 AM

Re: “Nor'wood negotiates to buy government land southwest of downtown

Jenkins and Anschutz own COS - what they want, they get. And the City has Jenkin's back. The article says: "RBD is in a situation where it can benefit the entire community by selling this property to Master Developer." Explain to me how the University Village Colorado shopping center on N. Nevada, across from UCCS property, benefitted the "entire community" and taxpayers when ALL the sales tax collected for 30 years goes to paying down the City's debt incurred to build UVC and NONE of the sales tax goes into the General Fund? The City's involvement in this enterprise was a great deal for the developer, but not for the City. And virtually all of the UVC tenants are national chains, a practice that is not supportive of Colorado businesses, and we can expect a "Master Developer" to bring in more chain restaurants and retail.

But Jenkins/Anschutz also want the appearance of legitimacy, and hence they buy and place their development supporters on the City council. Naysayers to developer's schemes to transfer the risk and costs of development to the taxpayers can expect to be tarred and feathered by editorials in the Anschutz owned Gazette, whose editorial board includes Anschutz's son.

Re the current election, I'm surprised that Gaebler is persona non grata with developers, particularly Nor'Wood/Jenkins, since she is on record saying that the BLR annexation agreement should be revised and taxpayers should bear millions of dollars of the infrastructure costs of Jenkin's BLR development, which is contradictory to the Judge's recent ruling that ALL infrastructure and other development costs were SOLELY the responsibility of the developer. It would be helpful for voters to hear from Gaebler as to how she as a Council member would vote on this issue.

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Posted by curious on 03/29/2017 at 11:00 AM

Re: “Nor'wood negotiates to buy government land southwest of downtown

It would save us all a lot of time if we disband City government altogether and just build Jenkins an office to direct his plans for the use City assets and revenue to benefit him and his company. Why participate in the charade that we have people representing us?

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Posted by Joel C. Miller on 03/29/2017 at 9:34 AM

Re: “Reader: This is Trump's agenda

Skycastle:

"So why put your trust in them? Try thinking for yourself instead."

Why put your trust in them? How about because SCOTUS is a co-equal branch of the government created by the Founding Fathers in the CONSTITUTION.

Your eagerness to dismiss SCOTUS reveals your contempt for everything in the Constitution that doesn't make you happy. It's not a buffet where you can pick and choose. It's the CONSTITUTION, and you don't get to reject SCOTUS and then say you're just following the Constitution.

"Bill, you don't need a law degree to understand the basics of the Constitution. "

Actually, it appears that the law degree would be very useful for you, since you think your opinion is right and SCOTUS is wrong. You got that backwards.

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Posted by Bill W. on 03/29/2017 at 6:00 AM

Re: “A message to city voters: Rise above the negativity

" - - -we could be looking at turnouts as low as 15 percent in District 4 and only in the 35 percent range for the other closely contested district races."

On the date Mr. Routon posted this article ( 6 days from the election) the overall rate of return of ballots (voter turnout) was at 18.47%.

What do you feel is the impact of negative advertising on local elections? A five minute grass roots survey. You can also check the current voter turnout for your city council district - Thank you.

http://projectoneunity.homestead.com/Negat…

Posted by Staci6 on 03/29/2017 at 2:11 AM

Re: “Reader: This is Trump's agenda

"supreme court justices often disagree with each other, and 5-4 decisions are common." But Skycastle always knows what is correct without even having (or appreciating) the benefit of a law degree. If you don't believe it, just ask him.

"So why put your trust in them?" Undermining the judiciary! Your Russian handlers must be very proud!

"Try thinking for yourself instead." Good advice coming, as it does, from a bot! If we cannot even trust the Supreme Court, we certainly cannot trust you.

Posted by Mr. K-- on 03/28/2017 at 4:59 PM

Re: “Roll Up egg rolls hit and miss

Hi, Kayla! Thanks for your readership. I'm glad you've had good experiences with this food truck I found the service here to be pleasant and helpful as well.
This review comes from our Dine & Dash section every week, we run three short reviews of old favorites or smaller new players in the Springs food scene. In the past, we've run all three as a single web feature, but with the roll-out of our new website, we've decided to give each Dine & Dash review its own space, for reader convenience. That said, each Dine & Dash review is still only around 150 words, so we have to pack a lot of information into very little space.
Hope that gives you a little more info on why it's written the way it is. Thanks again for reading the Indy!

Posted by Griffin Swartzell on 03/28/2017 at 4:17 PM

Re: “Reader: This is Trump's agenda

Bill, you don't need a law degree to understand the basics of the Constitution. One basic is limited federal power. The Constitution was designed to limit power to the federal government by giving it only certain, specified duties, listed in Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution, and the only way to legally give additional powers to the federal government is by Constitutional Amendment.

Do you disagree?
If you disagree, can you explain what the 10th Amendment means?

BTW - supreme court justices often disagree with each other, and 5-4 decisions are common. So why put your trust in them? Try thinking for yourself instead.

Posted by Skycastle on 03/28/2017 at 1:55 PM

Re: “Families of children with disabilities face a new challenge — Medicaid cutbacks

I know these comments were posted years ago but does anyone know if anything has changed? I'm currently watching a 18 month old severely disabled child who can't do anything for herself and probably never will. I feed her every 2 hours and each feeding takes 30 to 45 minutes because of swallowing and sucking issues. She also cries about 2 hours a day no matter how I try to soothe her! I recently found out her mom became a parent CNA to get paid to take care of her but definitely isn't passing it to me when I watch her. I watch her 25 to 30 hours a week for $3.75 an hour! My question is - does anyone know how much a parent CNA makes per hour in Colorado and what the guidelines are for how many hours per week/day you can get paid?

Posted by suebugd6 on 03/28/2017 at 11:31 AM

Re: “Southeast Colorado Springs seeing tiny turnout in city election

I still have to think that one of the greatest threats to our democracy is apathy. We talk (at least nationally) about voter suppression but then see low turnout.

Posted by Michael Lindenbusch on 03/28/2017 at 11:16 AM

Re: “Reader: This is Trump's agenda

SKYCASTLE:

I'm going with Mr. K's characterization...paid troll or bot sounds about right.

Even so, I will give you the opportunity to clarify where exactly you got your law degree. Your post is so full of debunked legal fantasies that you might want to ask your alma mater for a refund.

"So the feds have no legal power over these issues, and when they make laws here it's an "usurpation of power" and is totally unconstitutional."

You do realize, of course, that the Supreme Court disagrees with you. SCOTUS IS in the Constitution, so I'm going with their reading of it. Not yours.

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Posted by Bill W. on 03/28/2017 at 5:06 AM

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