The Colorado Springs Business Journal reports the state may face more budget cuts. In case you missed it, the paper also took a look at the film community in Colorado Springs (CSBJ).

Gubernatorial candidates stopped in Pueblo for a forum (Chieftain, KRDO).

The Pueblo Chieftain reports talks between Colorado Springs officials and the Bureau of Reclamation regarding the planned SDS Pipeline have stalled, and that teachers and staff in D-70 have approved a contract. The paper also reports an expansion of Parkview Medical Center has opened.

The Trinidad Times-Independent reports that state officials have met with local officials to discuss transportation projects.The paper also takes a look at a planned solar plant based in Colfax County, New Mexico.

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