In Colorado Springs, CS Utilities continues talks with the Bureau of Land Management regarding the proposed Southern Delivery System pipeline (Gazette). Gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis (R) makes a stop in Colorado Springs (Gazette).

The Pueblo Chieftain takes a closer look at the proposed “Over the River Project” from artist Christo.

The Trinidad Times-Independent reports on ranchers seeking a long-term ban on Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site expansion, a company researching geothermal potential in the Raton Basin, and a series of televised debates for the District 2 State Senator primary race.

The Canon City Daily Record reports on issues facing the preservation of the Abbey Monastery.

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