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District 60 has announced that Central High will be under partial external management after five consecutive years rating as “Priority Improvement” by the Colorado Department of Education. The district has signed a two-year pact with the University of Virginia’s Partnership for Leaders in Education. In May 2019 Central participated in a two-day State Review Panel process. The panel indicated they thought Central would benefit for engagement with an external partner.

At District 70 Tony Montoya, on the board since September 2013, resigned from his position. In his resignation he said he is “moving in another direction to pursue my interest in community beyond the scope of education.”

On Monday Parkview Medical Center announced plans to bring a comprehensive Cancer Center to the main campus and an Orthopedic Hospital to Pueblo West. The campaign has been named “2020 and Beyond”. The Orthopedic Hospital will be located in the 800 block of East Industrial Boulevard at the current Pueblo West location. The cancer center will be built on the site of the former Scottish Rite Temple in the 1500 block of North Elizabeth Street. The cancer center is expected to open in the summer of 2021 with the orthopedic center opening in early 2022.

Recent FBI statistics released on crime in Colorado cities with a population of at least 10,000 people showed Pueblo ranked as the most dangerous of Colorado cities. With a population of 111,756 there were 1,110 violent crimes reported in 2018. This equates to nearly one violent crime per 100 residents. By comparison, Denver with 720,745 people saw 5,262 violent crimes in 2018. Colorado Springs with 471,124 residents had 2,617 incidents.

The FBI statistics came on the heals of Mayor Nick Gradisar’s State of the City address in which Gradisar touted a 16% drop in crime in 2019 as compared to 2018. Every category fell with the exception of murders. Motor vehicle thefts went down in 2019 from 1,115 in 2018 to 830 in 2019.Burglaries dropped from 1,246 to 963. Sexual assault was down 12%, robberies were down 18%, aggravated assault fell 4%, theft declined 13%, and arson dropped 12%.

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