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Monday, July 16, 2018
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Kathy Lesser, Colorado City, lead concerned valley residents in an effort to prevent approval of a retail marijuana outlet largely based on proximity to areas where children live and frequent. Community efforts were unsuccessful as Plain Jane Organics received unanimous approval by the Pueblo licensing board.

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The Spring Fire acreage is 107,967. Containment is 77%. (An infrared flight was not able to fly last night to record a current assessment.) Current S...

In front of a capacity, standing room only crowd, the Pueblo County Liquor and Marijuana Licensing Board unanimously approved an application by Plain ...

The new free recycle center at 1595 Stockyard Road in Pueblo is up and running. The grand opening last week was attended by about 200 people. Items...

With the chair and two directors present and a fourth attending by phone, the Colorado City Metropolitan District Board of Directors managed a quorum ...

Deputy Christine Guerin responded to a call regarding a missing package and mail scattered in the street at a Rye address. The call happened at abou...

Water is one of the most important, if not the most important, resource that humans use. Here in Colorado the climate varies greatly by location and...

For the third year in a row, six Greenhorn Valley organizations have combined efforts and resources for ‘no good reason’. In other words, a Day at the...

Weather Humidity recovery only reached the mid 40s last night. Sunny skies in the morning will bring temperatures to the mid 70s with some clouds m...

From the Pages of the Paper The Colorado City Sun-Published by The Colorado City Development Company-July 1970-Black and White- Free-Sent to Colora...

The prophet Jeremiah wasn’t very popular with a lot of people. In Jeremiah 20: 1-2 he was beaten by a priest named Pashhur (religious establishment) ...

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The Craver 2 soccer team struck gold in the Pueblo Ranger American League following eight weeks of play and two post season wins. With 29 active co-e...

Ella Peters, Alessa Baker, and Andy Mallo were honored by the Tri-Peaks League with All-Conference honors as voted on by league coaches. Ashlyn Romin...

Rachel Shaffer placed 35th in the 3A-2A-1A Girls’ State Golf Tournament held at Elmwood Country Club in Pueblo Monday and Tuesday. Shaffer shot an op...

Ben Squier, Gabe Slade, Colton Sims, and Will Goos placed 7th in the 4X400 meter relay at the Colorado State High School Track Meet held at JefCo Stad...

Damon Elarton and Zach Richardson were selected to the All-League Tri-Peaks Baseball Team for their play in the 2018 season. Elarton hit .515 and...

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