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4 in 10 higher risk wells aren’t inspected by feds

June 15, 2014

NEW CASTLE, Colo....

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Jun-16-14 4:23 PM

If people would start practicing safer sex, there wouldn`t be such a need for so much fuel...always thinking about the round & pointy, aren`t we ? lol

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Jun-15-14 6:15 PM

It's interesting that the Sun-Gazette will NOW publish a piece like this off the AP wire. Nine months ago, when there was still a chance that their savior gas was staying, there's no way an article like this gets published here.

But now that gas has left, and with it left the SG as an advertiser, we're gonna get a more truthful perspective. Just wait, it won't be long before County and City officials follow suit.

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Jun-15-14 12:13 PM

Same here. Much happier sinced I moved. I am doing a lot of home improvement and landscaping which I found out I really love do. Tell your hubby happy Father's Day also. Take care.

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Jun-15-14 12:07 PM

Hey rick, thanks for the chuckle. I have been doing great, going fishing, spending time in my garden, and going to flea markets just loving life!

How are you? I see that the gas industry is putting a well pad up in Barbours, I am so glad that we moved, I am much happier now and so is my husband, life does go on anyway "HAPPY FATHERS DAY". take care.

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Jun-15-14 10:22 AM

Let them alone. We can trust them. They are our friends. No need for regulations. They are just job killers anyway. Hey Bornhere how have been??

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Jun-15-14 7:57 AM

"Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs, but not every man's greed".

Mahatma Gandhi

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Jun-15-14 7:40 AM

More incompetence by the federal government. This is a responsibility that should be delegated to the states.

The states should collect the permitting fees (or other fees that the particular state normally does) and then use it to pay their employees to do the work.

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