In Colorado Springs, the commission looking into Memorial Health System names a new chairman (Gazette, Business Journal). Ft. Carson soldiers return (Gazette, KKTV, KRDO, KOAA).

In Trinidad, officials are concerned about proposals that could reduce government revenues (Times). A state owned nursing home could get a one-year reprieve (Times). Census forms are returned by little more than half of Las Animas County residents (Times).

In Raton, officials with the planned racino are confident racing will begin by September (Range).

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