Peace vigil airs anti-war feelings at City Hall

Rocky Mountain Telegram, September 25, 2005

A persistent breeze doused the flames of a candlelight vigil Saturday night at City Hall, but it didn't appear to extinquish the spirits of the people who attended it.

Although originally billed as a candlelight peace vigil in memory of the US soldiers and Iraqi civilians killed in the war, the event quickly took on the trappings of an anti-war demonstration as folk singers performed protest songs and people called for the withdrawal of American troops from Iraq. ... Peace vigil