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Radial, a Bpost group company, is planning to hire an additional 1,080 seasonal customer care workers at their Pueblo plant. The plant is in the Pueblo Airport Industrial Park. The part time workers will join the 1,150 regular employees. Visit https://bit.ly/2kFtAPN for seasonal job opening information.

Between 50 and 100 cats were seized from a local cat shelter on Monday as the result of a joint investigation into allegations of animal neglect. The place where the cats were housed is the Steel City Alley Cats Coalition after a month-long investigation by the Humane Society and the Department of Agriculture and the Pueblo County Sheriff. The organization began in 2013.

Pueblo West will have a series of celebrations September 11-15 to commemorate Pueblo Wests founding on September 16, 1969. It was on that date that Robert McCulloch handed over the assets of a planned community to a five -member elected board called the Pueblo West Metropolitan District Board.

Kim Smith who owns First Stitches in Pueblo and Canon City received the Nancy Zieman Humanitarian Award for 2019. The award is named for humanitarian and Wisconsin Public Television legend who hosted more than 900 episodes of “Sewing with Nancy.” Smith was nominated for the award by her husband Randy. Her efforts have been born from sewing classes that became charitable events. The elderly and less fortunate, children with cancer, the Quilts of Valor project, Loaves and Fishes of Fremont County, and Journey Home, a 36- unit apartment complex have all benefitted from Smith’s generosity.

An open house will be held on September 14th from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the now defunct El Pueblo Campus. The new owners, Health Based Solutions will be hosting the open house. The Pueblo-based nonprofit behavioral healthcare organization offers youth and family services and adult outpatient services. The complex is located at 1591 Taos Road.

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