Colorado prepares for the USA Pro Cycling Challenge (Denver Post), which kicks off today in Colorado Springs (Gazette, KRDO, KKTV).

In Colorado Springs, an effort is underway to reinstate the fired director of ARC of the Pikes Peak Region (Gazette).

In Pueblo, students and schools look toward tomorrow’s opening school day (Chieftain). Pueblo’s Gay Pride Festival was held over the weekend (Chieftain, KRDO).

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