In Colorado Springs, D-11 makes personnel moves (Gazette). D-20 officials are thankful their budget cuts aren’t worse (KRDO). Harrison D-2 teachers receive grades (KRDO).

A Pueblo County rancher has made an offer to sell land to the Army (Chieftain), and the Army continues to buy easements (Chieftain). A new bridge over the Arkansas River is opening (Chieftain). Pueblo is garnering national attention for its food: the Travel Channel came to profile “The Slopper” (Chieftain), and the city has been ranked in the top 10 Surprising Food Cities (KOAA, Chieftain).

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