The Chieftain profiles Governor-elect John Hickenlooper’s preparations for transitioning into office.

In Colorado Springs, a committee looking at transportation in the region meets today (Gazette).

In Pueblo, residents meet candidates for police chief (Chieftain, KKTV).

Trinidad officials say someone is circulating counterfeit money in the area (Times-Independent). City officials discuss budgetary concerns (Times-Independent).

The Wet Mountain Tribune reports area residents weigh in on the proposed name change of Kit Carson Mountain. Skyline Elementary in Canon City receives a $5,000 grant (Canon City Daily Record).

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