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Cannabis lovers can celebrate 420 with their favorite products and free food when Big Lou's Amazing Sandwiches and Tacos food truck rolls out Tuesday. [Read More]
Pueblo Memorial Hall set to reopen with a fundraiser featuring comedian Carlos Mencia; Josh Turner to play in Pueblo Aug. 15. [Read More]
The growth in the past two years has allowed the Pueblo Community College department to expand the number of majors offered and hire more staff. [Read More]
Pueblo East is led by Grace Helzer, a hitter who is trying to propel teammates alongside her own pursuit of perfection. [Read More]
Pueblo West High School junior Vy Nguyen was named after stepping up to cover duties of a committee session. [Read More]
Former Congress member Claudine Schneider writes that damages to the climate done by oil and gas should be paid for by those companies, not the... [Read More]
CSU Pueblo Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusions Victoria Obregon writes the new bill is needed to help those facing barriers due to immigrant status. [Read More]
The Board of County Commissioners in Pueblo writes that the new SB 200 would be a big loss for Pueblo and comes earlier than previously... [Read More]
The Pueblo Central High School co-op gymnastics team doesn't know where it stands following regional competition while awaiting state qualifying results... [Read More]
The new online school adopted the platform, Edgenuity, to deliver the curriculum for students that is line with Colorado standards. [Read More]
Pueblo West volleyball continued their perfect run in the S-CL Thursday with a win over East, 3-0, at Melvin L. Spence Gymnasium. [Read More]
The Pueblo County Commissioners have come out against a bill that would force an earlier closure of the Comanche 3 coal-fired power plant in Pueblo. [Read More]
Pueblo's county clerk wants the public to be confident in the results of the 2020 election, so he put over 89,000 cast vote records online. [Read More]
The site of the internment camp imprisoned 7,000 Japanese Americans in the early months of World War II. A new bill would make it a... [Read More]
Meet the people that make up the Pueblo West Metro District Board of Directors and District Manager... [Read More]
In the Monday Pueblo West Metro District Board meeting, Essenza Architecture was approved for design of the aquatic center and the district approved a budget... [Read More]
Thomas Wornick will stand trail in June for allegedly threatening former U.S. Senator Cory Gardner and sheriff's deputies in 2020. [Read More]
CSU Pueblo will host its annual International Food and Cultural Extravaganza on Friday. The event will be virtual due to COVID-19 safety concerns. [Read More]
Pueblo City Council unanimously approved the hire of Marissa Stoller as the new city clerk on Monday. [Read More]
Pueblo man Michael Phillip Gonzales was sentenced to 2 years in federal prison by the U.S. District Court of Colorado on Wednesday. [Read More]
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