The Colorado Springs Gazette has this story about a forum last night that addressed heroin use by high school-aged children. KXRM reports on the budget cuts facing D11.

In Pueblo, the Chieftain reports on a packed house of county workers fighting furloughs mandated in December by Pueblo County commissioners, and D70 parents coming out for a meeting on budget cuts in that school district. KKTV reports the Pueblo County Sheriff will seek reelection.

In LaJunta, the Tribune-Democrat says county commissioners are contracting to train worker.

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May 26, 2016 | NPR · Obama has sought to reduce the world’s nuclear stockpile throughout his tenure. Yet he’s also put the U.S. on course to spend some $1 trillion on upgrading its aging nuclear arsenal.
 

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May 26, 2016 | WXPN · The Brooklyn band has solidified its psychedelic sound on its new album, Plaza. Hear a conversation and performance.
 

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