In Colorado Springs, I-25 Southbound reopens after a semi catches fire (Gazette, KOAA, KKTV). Reservists from Peterson Air Force Base deploy to Iraq (KXRM). Academy School District 20 begins using Twitter (Gazette). Pikes Peak Behavioral Health Group takes on a new name (Business Journal). Focus on the Family receives eight nominations from the National Religious Broadcasters organization (Gazette).

In Pueblo, D-70 board opposes statewide ballot measures (Chieftain). City Council approves a contract to fix up condemned buildings (Chieftain).

A transportation service that serves Las Animas and Huerfano Counties looks to continue expanding (Trinidad Times-Independent). The value of Las Animas County’s assessed property has fallen, but not as much as feared (Times-Independent).

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