The Colorado Springs Gazette takes a look at the race for the state’s 5th Congressional District. Some Colorado lawmakers come together to urge the Air Force to consider impacts of a proposed low-altitude flying training zone that would cover northern New Mexico and southern Colorado (Trinidad Times-Independent). The Denver Post takes a look at how suicides of bullied LGBT students in other states has prompted Colorado educators to address the issue.

In Colorado Springs, one councilman’s desire to repeal a resolution that supports the defeat of statewide initiatives 60, 61, and 101 has fallen short (Gazette). The historic Cheyenne Canon Inn goes to auction (Gazette).

In Pueblo, gubernatorial candidates meet in a forum (Chieftain). Italian-Americans celebrate in a traditional Columbus Day celebration for the city (Chieftain).

Water rights are discussed in Walsenburg (Trinidad Times-Independent). In Trinidad, the school district’s chief financial officer resigns (Times-Independent).

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