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The two newest members of the Pueblo Zoo, Ruby and Kanoa, are DeBrazza monkeys. Three years of fund raising and one year of labor later, the monkeys have arrived. They are part of the Africa area of the zoo. The DeBrazza monkeys were a threatened species in the 1990’s but are now classified as “least concern.” Kanoa, age 8, arrived from Denver and Ruby, age 5, made her way to Pueblo from Houston. Both arrived in late March. The zoo is planning for the two to start a family in an area that eventually could house six monkeys.

Michael Colarelli and cousins Tony Colarelli and Deanna Gruarienti are opening Lobo’s Tacos and Tequila restaurant in October. The 1,800 square foot restaurant will fill one of the two remaining spaces at the new ThunderVillage retail center across from the Neta and Eddie DeRose Thunderbowl on the CSU-Pueblo campus.

In the recent Spring Fire, San Isabel Electric lost 80 power poles and lots of underground and overhead cable. All told the utility estimates a one-million-dollar loss but according to CEO Reg Rudolph the utility will not raise rates. Instead Rudolph echoes a promise made for rate stability through 2020. The utility had power back on very quickly in the area’s affected.

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