DIA is set to raise fees for off-site parking lots, which could lead to a price increase for customers (Denver Post).

The Catholic Diocese of Colorado Springs adopts “Twelve Steps of Courage,” which offers a support group for homosexuals (Gazette). Air Force Reservists return from their latest deployment (Gazette, KRDO). Harrison School District 2 considers holding back 3rd graders unable to read (Gazette). Rainbow Falls cleanup efforts granted lottery money (Gazette). The Manitou Springs Incline Task Force meets tomorrow (Gazette, KOAA).

In Pueblo, the new Center for American Values hosted a program aimed at bridging the gap between veterans and communities (Chieftain), which brought in national speakers (Chieftain).

Las Animas County officials hear about a proposed covenant with the Army (Chieftain). A lawmaker introduces a bill to halt the sale of the Trinidad State Nursing Home (Trinidad Times-Independent).

In LaJunta, Woodruff Memorial Library undergoes changes (Tribune-Democrat).

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