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 Tuesday was an historic election day in Pueblo with city voters deciding whether Nick Gradisar or Steve Nawrocki should be the city's first mayor, but the harsh winter storm overnight ifroze last-day voting, too."No one has come in to vote in person this morning and that has to be due to the weather," Pueblo County Clerk Gilbert "Bo" Ortiz said about 11 a.m. from the main election office at 720 N. Main St.Wet snow and freezing wind turned roads into sheets of ice, causing both minor and... [Read More]
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Nearly 3,000 Pueblo families and individuals getting federal housing assistance will lose rent support starting March 1 if the partial shutdown of the federal government continues that long.Ted Ortiviz, director of the Pueblo Housing Authority, said the federal government provides rent support to 1,600 families living in federal Section 8 housing in Pueblo, with another 901 families in public housing apartments and 477 families in "managed" housing."We have a lot of vulnerable families in... [Read More]
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Just about two years ago, local attorney Nick Gradisar approached City Council with the news that a committee to create a "strong mayor" form of government wanted another chance to win voter approval.At the time, Gradisar argued that a full-time, well-paid mayor was the leader the city needed to build a new prosperity."The mayor would run for office with an agenda to get accomplished," he explained.  "And voters would ultimately decide if he did the job or not."Back in 2009, when Gradisar... [Read More]
Pueblo County and city voters will see their 2018 election ballots arrive in the mail the week of Oct. 15. [Read More]
In what seems like deja vu, the Legislature's Joint Budget Committee agreed last Thursday to spend $1 million to reopen maximum-security Centennial South prison near Canon City — a 950-bed... [Read More]
AIM Home Health care has lost its federal Medicare and Medicaid certification and will either need to appeal that decision or reapply for the federal program, officials said Friday. [Read More]
City Council President Chris Nicoll says fellow mayoral candidate Nick Gradisar should withdraw from the race because of his questioned conduct while Gradisar served as the Pueblo County public trustee... [Read More]
They call themselves Team Bengie, the family and friends of Ben Pacheco, a retired Pueblo city employee who is battling Lou Gehrig's disease, also known as ALS. [Read More]
The AIM Home Health company is losing its federal Medicare and Medicaid certification, which could put the 165-employee health care company out of business. [Read More]
Crew members of the USS Pueblo endured beatings, cruel torture and faked executions from their North Korean captors in 1968, but they said one of the worst parts was being... [Read More]
They comprise one of the most famous crews in the U.S Navy's history and they have returned to Pueblo this week for the 50th anniversary of the terrible year they... [Read More]
They are the sharp, dangerous proof of Pueblo's heroin woes. [Read More]
Although President Donald Trump's budget plan for 2019 erased any money for the Arkansas Valley Conduit, Congress is pushing ahead to fund the planned 130-mile water pipeline from Lake Pueblo... [Read More]
The Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo is the city's prime Downtown tourist attraction, but the water in its channels currently is murky green and coated with algae. [Read More]
Now that the field for Pueblo mayor has narrowed to 16 official candidates, the race is speeding up. [Read More]
Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, a Democrat, will vote against confirming Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. [Read More]
It's been a year since a majority of City Council voted to put Black Hills Energy on notice it wanted to look at creating a municipal power company by ending... [Read More]
Campaign-finance reports can be many things in a political fight. [Read More]
Attorney General Cynthia Coffman's lawsuit claims Purdue oversaw a decades-long marketing campaign that downplayed the risks of addiction to Oxycontin, exaggerated its benefits and deceived both doctors and patients in... [Read More]
Colorado's two senators embody the fight over Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing for the Supreme Court. [Read More]
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