A new report says Colorado’s small business jobs grew by .2% in October (Denver Business Journal). Colorado continued to pay money to a tire dump despite fraud allegations and federal investigations (Denver Post). The state capitol may be haunted (Pueblo Chieftain).

Falcon School District 49 will consider a building for online and other programs, costing an estimated $1.4 million (Colorado Springs Gazette).

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