In Colorado Springs, area business leaders are in the running for a federal grant pilot program that would encourage more energy efficient homes (Colorado Springs Business Journal*). Local businesses may not unite behind any one candidate in the upcoming mayoral race (CSBJ*). Employers are celebrating the holidays with their employees more than last year (Gazette). Hi-flying local stunt gymnast dies in a training accident (Gazette). Local artist Michael Garmon returns to work (KXRM). The Colorado Springs Business Journal looks at the incoming Convention and Visitor’s Bureau CEO*. Government-sponsored green programs are still coming to Colorado (CSBJ*).

In Pueblo, the county detention center adds video conferencing technology for visitations (Chieftain). The Chieftain profiles Centennial High School.

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