Memorial Hospital is looking at its current structure and, alternatively, what would happen if the city spun off the hospital as an independent nonprofit (Gazette). A former city manager of Colorado Springs asserts there’s lots to say about her tenure that isn’t being talked about (Springs Indy).

Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis will visit Pueblo Community College to meet with students and faculty about worker safety programs (KOAA). In Pueblo, supporters of MediMar Ministries and medical marijuana centers came to an informal meeting Wednesday night with several members of City Council, who said they wanted public comment on whether to let city voters decide whether to allow marijuana centers (Chieftain).

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