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Greg LaSage was named the new General Manager of Runyon Field. The 47-year-old former baseball player and coach described the position as his “dream job.” He is succeeding Dave Dudley who stepped down after 14 years. LaSage graduated from Central High School in 1990.

Pueblo was warmer and wetter than usual in 2019. The average temperature in Pueblo was 53.1 degrees which was 1.1 degree above normal annually according to the National Weather Service. October of last year was actually the second coldest October in history with an average temperature of 46.2 degrees. Pueblo also received 13.13 inches of precipitation through the year which was .56 inches above normal.

Deputy Jason Hanratty was cleared of any wrongdoing in a January 2019 shooting in which a man was killed and a woman was wounded. The 10th Judicial District Attorney Jeff Chostner concluded that Hanratty was justified by the self-defense provisions of the laws of Colorado in using the actions he employed.

No foul play is suspected in a house fire that claimed the life of Lance White, 67 in Pueblo last Thursday. A joint investigation between the Pueblo Fire Department and Pueblo Police Department concluded, in their preliminary report, that the fire was accidental in nature stemming from an electrical malfunction.

Through the efforts of Rotary 43 and Pueblo West Rotary, every third-grade student in Pueblo District 60 and Pueblo County School District 70 received a hard-bound Scholastic Children’s Dictionary. To fund the project, local Rotarians raised as much as $35,000.

Four-time state 4A qualifier in wrestling, Jayson Davis has decided to wrestle for CSU-Pueblo. Davis wrestled at Pueblo County High School. As a senior, he finished runner-up in the 182 lb. class with a 39-7 record. Davis brother Justin, also wrestles for CSU-Pueblo.

The Pueblo Driver’s License Office, 827 W. Fourth St., is now offering driver’s licenses to undocumented Coloradans as part of Senate Bill 19-139, also known as the More Colorado Road and Community Safety Act. The act took place in Pueblo as of January 2.

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