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Andy Koen

Bell and Cannon Game in danger as D60 considers closures

A District-wide Master Plan presented to the D-60 school board recommends closing and consolidating schools in order to address declining enrollment and repair and replace aging facilities. High schools and middle schools, in particular, are among the most under-utilized buildings operating at nearly half their capacity.

First time’s a charm for Wiseman

In his first ever run for public office, former State Fair General Manager Chris Wiseman was elected to Pueblo County’s open 3rd commissioner district seat.

Esgar pushes for unity as Democrats win control of state government

“I just want to make sure the people of Southern Colorado understand that they’re being represented in a way that is bipartisan, in a way that brings ideas together no matter what the make of the Senate is, no matter who our Governor or what the makeup of the house is,” Esgar said.

Businesses stunned by violent robbery in Pueblo

Pueblo business owners and employees are worried about the recent armed robbery in the parking lot of their shopping center. They say crime has been increasing in the area in recent years.

UPDATE: Aurora the falcon able to fly in her pen

The mascot, Aurora, a 22-year-old falcon, suffered an undisclosed injury and was being brought on the flight back to Colorado to see a specialist at the Air Force Academy, according to Troy Garnhart, associate athletic director for strategic communications at the school.

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Early November Snow

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Spectacular sunrise on October 29

Spectacular sunrise on October 29

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