The Colorado Springs Business Journal reports on an uptick in apartment occupancy rates in the city, an emergence of other kinds of retailers in store fronts, infighting at in the commission taking a look at the Memorial Health System, and air traffic at the Colorado Springs airport. The new USOC building is set to open in downtown Colorado Springs (KKTV).

In Pueblo, methamphetamine arrests are up (Chieftain).

The Colorado Springs Gazette takes a look at how the economy is affecting Woodland Park.

The Penrose Water District has an election Tuesday (Canon City Daily Record).

In Raton, city officials are concerned about a budget shortfall for this fiscal year (Raton Range). The Range also updates issues with the planned racino.

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