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Monday at Pueblo County High School will see the beginning of the Academy of Manufacturing, Agriculture, and Construction. The newest offering is designed to serve as a school to work program, providing students with pathways into high demand careers like building construction, integrated manufacturing, metal fabrication, welding and machining. Lead Teacher is Rex Harriman and Pueblo County Principal Brian Dilka has oversight of the program.

Barbara Huber was confirmed by the Pueblo City Council Monday night as the first female Chief for the Pueblo Fire Department. Huber had been appointed by Mayor Nick Gradisar and the council confirmed the appointment.

Speaking of Pueblo City Council, District 2 Councilman Larry Atencio has announced he will be running for his seat again. Atencio’s district is on the East side of Pueblo. His current term began in January of 2016. Before that he served as a council member for five years after being appointed for one year and being elected for a four-year term which ended in 2011.

Smokey Bear turned 75 years old on August 9, and the Pueblo City- County Library District celebrated if with a party. Along with education how children could help prevent forest fires the Pueblo Fire Department brought fire trucks.

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