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Jim Montalbano, chairperson for the steering committee in charge of the Connectivity Trail System plan being developed with a GOCO (Great Outdoors...

On August 2 at about 10:45 a.m. Deputy Christine Guerin responded to a Colorado City address in reference to a male party in the area spraying the pra...

This past week-end turned out to be another, fun, perfect day for the ‘Customer Appreciation Picnic’, put together and provided by several local busin...

U.F.O. expert Bill Winkler will present “A Recorded History of UFO’s and ET’s” at 2:00 p.m. on August 19 at the Pueblo West Library. For more informa...

District 70 schools were put on a modified lock down Wednesday when what may have been a robocall was received in Lamar saying there would be a school...

Thursday, Aug. 17 NFL Preseason: Tampa Bay at Jacksonville ESPN, 8pm Week 2 of the NFL preseason includes this matchup between the Tampa Bay Buccan...

So now that the summer is winding down, the nights are getting longer, and my eyebrows are pretty much regrown, I feel like it might be safe enough...

According to Zelda Gurka, of Handmade by Z, life is what you make it. The Tallahassee, Florida native moved to Pueblo West just two years ago and is t...

The Greenhorn Valley News August 1973 Your paper has new ownership with this issue. The former editor-publisher, Billie J. Arbuthnot, has moved ...

PUEBLO – The Pueblo Community College Hospitality and Culinary Arts program recently received accreditation from the American Culinary Federatio...

Chamber President Marcy Freeburg called the meeting to order with the first item on the agenda being the issue of a replacement for the Vice Pres...

In a unanimous voice vote at the August 8 meeting, three members of the Colorado City Metropolitan District Board of Directors approved two resoluti...

City Councilwoman Lori Winner has decided not to seek re-election. Winner did say she would continue working to persuade city voters to pass a quar...

If you’ve been walking around lake Beckwith lately, you might have seen some strange looking pipes sticking up out of the ground. No, it’s not snor...

Several hundred parents and students packed into Rye High School last Thursday night for the fall sports meeting, a required event sponsored by the hi...

In John 6 beginning with verse 5 Jesus does a miracle referred to as the feeding of the 5000. Then Jesus lifted up His eyes, and seeing a great multit...

On July 28 at about 7:00 a.m. Deputy Jason Hanratty responded to a burglary call at a Colorado City business. The reporting party said a golf cart wa...

For Sixth and ninth graders in Pueblo County School District 70, classes will begin on August 10, the district’s traditional transition day. For all...

The Colorado City Sun August-September 1970 “The beautiful new Holiday Inn of Colorado City, without any fanfare, opened to capacity patronage on Au...

As you drive down Route 165, just after you pass the Credit Union, on the left you see a little country church which has its roots firmly imbedded ...

The second annual Day at the Lake, on August 26, will again feature a Fishing Derby and Kayak Races for all ages, as well as $1 Hot Dog lunches for...

Eighteen years ago the annual Customer Appreciation Picnic began when the Mansfield family of True Value Hardware decided to thank their customers b...

Arts Center Partners with Cultural Organizations to Show Master The Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center is proud to announce that through the...

The Colorado Department of Transportation is partnering with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Colorado Stat...

The Fourth Annual Creek Week, the largest litter pickup event in Colorado, will be taking place from September 30 through October 8 this year. Creek W...

Ruth McDonald and Shelley Riddick, co-owners of the Gold Dust Saloon and restaurant plan to retire after 33 years as owners of the business. The re...

August first began the ninth year as editor/publishers of the Greenhorn Valley View for Terry and Lori Kraus, who purchased the paper on Augu...

PUEBLO –For the second straight year, Colorado State University-Pueblo has joined with a variety of community businesses and organizations to host ...

Karen Shaw describes her talents in portrait photography, making goatmilk soaps, crocheting and felting as a hodgepodge mix, and very eclectic. The Co...

PUEBLO – A national company specializing in career outcomes has named Colorado State University-Pueblo as the top Colorado school for helping students...

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