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On an 18-16 vote Colorado House Bill 1261 was passed, which sets greenhouse gas limits be cut by 90% by 2050. The vote was on party lines although an amendment was added to protect EVRAZ Rocky Mountain Steel.

The Pueblo County chapter of the Colorado Teacher Awards presented three awards for the 35th year in a row. Two educators from the Goodnight School- Heather Atencio (math) and Amy Thielemier (fourth grade) joined Centennial High School construction technology teacher Mike Palumbo. Also honored by District 60 were Kyle Bernstein, a paraprofessional at Haaff Elementary School, Central High paraprofessional Gilbert Herrera and Chris Elich, an executive assistant at D60 administration building.

District 70 also honored some educators. D70 recognized Yvette Teschner(music) of Avondale Elementary and George Hammersmith (music) Skyview Middle School, along with ESS teacher and coach Matthew Andenucio from Pueblo County. Also, from Pueblo County Matt Eades won the award for support staff.

Antwon Burton, former Denver Bronco defensive lineman, who has lived in Pueblo for the last nine years has been named Executive Director of the Professional Bull Riders Sport Performance Center. The training center is part of the expanded Pueblo Convention Center which had a ribbon cutting ceremony last Friday. The expansion also includes a large exhibit hall, a 449-space parking garage and a Welcome Center.

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