Pueblo County Health Officials say a third skunk has tested positive for rabies…Monday is the last day for Colorado Springs residents to register to vote before the Mayoral Run-Off election….Lawmakers charged with congressional redistricting met today and found the plans vary quite a bit…and, a federal official says his agency is committed to issuing a final statement soon on environmental impacts of a proposed art project over the Arkansas River.

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Information for Colorado Springs residents looking to register to vote:

Register to Vote page at the city’s website
General municipal election information


More information on rabies (links provided by the Pueblo Health Department):

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Recommendations for livestock and horses from CSU
Pueblo Rabies Watch (includes a location map)

 

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