Smoke from an Arizona fire continues to cast a haze over the Front Range (Denver Post, Pueblo Chieftain), and a health advisory returns (Colorado Springs Gazette). A panel is set to review Colorado’s hydraulic fracturing regulations (Denver Business Journal). A reapportionment committee proposes significantly different maps for state legislative boundaries in southern Colorado (Pueblo Chieftain).

In Colorado Springs, a breakdown of the recent mayoral election shows residents voted along party lines (Colorado Springs Gazette). A psychotherapist found to be practicing without credentials won’t face immediate action (Colorado Springs Gazette). A traveling Vietnam Memorial at Fort Carson opens to the public for the week (KKTV).

The El Paso Clerk and Recorder says recall efforts in Falcon D-49 are allowed to continue (Colorado Springs Gazette). Recall efforts focus on two members of the Ellicot school board (Colorado Springs Gazette). The developer of the La Mesa Racino in Raton asks for an injunction to block applications for the license that developer says it rightfully owns (Trinidad Times-Independent).

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