The Air Force plans to shift its proposed low altitude flight area away from eastern Colorado (Pueblo Chieftain). Crowds came out to watch the end of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge (Colorado Springs Gazette).

In Colorado Springs, airport officials look to regain lost flights (Gazette). D-49 works out kinks in its new bus system (Gazette).

Woodland Park‘s RE-2 school board votes to place a mill levy override on the ballot (Gazette).

Walsenburg gains attention from the recent capture of three Florida siblings on the run (Gazette).

In Canon City, a former mayor is back on the ballot (Canon City Daily Record).

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