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Bureau of Prisons recruits vets in spite of shutdown

The partial shutdown of the federal government hasn’t stopped the Bureau of Prisons from looking for new employees. Recruiters from the Florence Correctional Institution are holding a job fair looking to fill some 50 positions.

Senator Cory Gardner

Senator Gardner calls for commission to re-evaluate USOC

Saying we can do better, Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) has introduced legislation Tuesday to create a commission that would have the power to study the structure of the United State Olympic Committee and offer lawmakers recommendations on how to improve the organization.

Dems promise action after court sides with oil and gas commission

The Colorado Supreme Court found in favor of the state’s oil and gas commission in a case brought by environmentalists.  In response, many Democrats in state government promised to bring new legislation that would restrict oil and gas exploration.

Tension high between USOC and athletes

Many athletes are fed up with the USOC because they believe the corporate structure of the organization prevents top officials from doing a better job of protecting them.

Mayoral candidates share views on how to lead Pueblo

Pueblo mayoral candidates Nick Gradisar and Steve Nawrocki were asked about their views on a number of issues facing the City during a debate Hosted by KOAA-TV, the Pueblo Pulp, KRCC-FM, the League of Women Voters and Pueblo Community College.

Mother Nature sends out 2018 with a blast of winter weather

Blowing snow and freezing temperatures prompted the Colorado Department of Transportation to issue a winter weather advisory for all vehicles using Interstate 25 from Monument Hill south all the way to the New Mexico border. 

AdAmAn climbers pack for changing weather

The forecast temperature for midnight on New Year’s Eve at the summit is -17 degrees Fahrenheit. Club member Phil Stafford said they take the weather reports very seriously in planning these climbs. 

Hickenlooper pardons local pastor

In 1975, at the age of 15, Promise Lee pleaded guilty to a charge of second-degree murder for his role in the shooting death of a Fort Carson soldier. Hickenlooper wrote in his letter to Lee that his conviction is an extremely serious crime and that he has not made the decision lightly.

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