Kirk Woundy 
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Kirk Woundy

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Kirk Woundy worked at the Independent from 2005 to 2015, the last 2 1/2 years as editor-in-chief. Today he operates a Colorado Springs-based personal history business called Time Capsule Memoirs, which captures and preserves the stories of individuals, families and organizations in books that are professionally... more

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Recent Posts

  • Colorado Springs' choice for mayor: Suthers, in a landslide

    • May 19, 2015
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    • Apr 7, 2015
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    • Nov 4, 2014
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    Recent Comments

    Re: “A road home

    Hi, Mrs. Austin-MacKenzie:

    Thanks for your comment, and for reading our story. To get further questions answered about how the trust operates, I’d suggest contacting the organization directly at 447-9300 or rmclt.org.

    Regards,
    Kirk Woundy
    Editor-in-chief

    1 like, 0 dislikes
    Posted by Kirk Woundy on 05/12/2015 at 1:54 PM

    Re: “Is the Gazette's new marijuana series a joke?

    Jo, I was there during that conversation. It was awkward because you were asking us to reach out to others and vouch for you, when we had never met you before. Convincing people to talk about their (at-that-time illegal) drug use with a stranger from a drug-and-alcohol testing company didn't seem like the wisest idea. Sorry it didn't work out as you had hoped.

    40 likes, 2 dislikes
    Posted by Kirk Woundy on 03/24/2015 at 12:28 PM

    Re: “Something missing?

    Due to a high volume of comments violating our policies against personal attacks and name-calling, we have disabled the commenting function on this and related stories. Those wishing to have comments published re: this story in our Letters to the Editor section are welcome to submit them to letters@csindy.com.

    6 likes, 4 dislikes
    Posted by Kirk Woundy on 02/05/2014 at 10:07 AM

    Re: “Curry Leaf moves out (east), Coquette moves in (to downtown)

    Ms. Joseph: As Matthew Schniper told you this morning, we will be more than happy to review any documentation/information you would like to share with us. You may send to Matthew directly or to newsroom(at)csindy.com. — Kirk Woundy, Editor

    Posted by Kirk Woundy on 12/06/2013 at 3:47 PM

    Re: “Bach and pot sales, road closure proposal, and the gun debate

    To be clear, Mad Dog 20 20, IndyJones is not the Independent. There is no relation. And we fact-check all letters before going to press, though we cannot do the same for online comments. Thanks for reading. Kirk Woundy Editor-in-chief

    Posted by Kirk Woundy on 06/14/2013 at 6:15 AM

    Re: “Indy demands severance contracts from city

    Siggie,

    As mentioned in my email to you earlier today, I removed your comment because it constituted a personal attack, which is against our comments policy. (You can read that policy here: http://www.csindy.com/coloradosprings/User…)

    Regards,
    Kirk Woundy
    Editor-in-chief

    10 likes, 2 dislikes
    Posted by Kirk Woundy on 05/22/2013 at 2:41 PM

    Re: “Bach: No outside review of Waldo fire needed

    Curious, here are two people from our "Misfire" story, talking about why an impartial analysis is important:

    Darrell Schulte, fire behavior and planning instructor: "I would think that an 'outside' opinion of the way the fire was handled would be valuable to the entities, because it would most likely be less biased by internal politics, etc."

    Gordon Routley, a former fire chief and consultant who's investigated high-profile fatal fires: In an internal review, "Everybody is looking to cover their ass."

    As I wrote in response to another commenter yesterday, the city thus far — as evidenced in its Initial After Action Report, and in its refusal to answer questions — has done little to indicate that its own analysis is going to be thorough. Compare its IAAR assessment of "public safety response" and "planning" — both termed "major strengths" — to the reports from the firefighters on the ground, and you see some pretty striking disharmony.

    As for mistrust in government, newspapers exist in large part to ensure that governmental leaders act honestly, and are answerable to their constituents. No matter who they are, leaders are always going to be scrutinized if journalists are doing their jobs.

    12 likes, 0 dislikes
    Posted by Kirk Woundy on 12/14/2012 at 1:54 PM

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