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Connie Gill, Pueblo, pled guilty t possessing oxycodone with the intent to distribute in Denver at the U.S. District Court for Colorado. She admitted to creating fake prescriptions and many times forging names. The recommended sentence is between six and eleven years.

The drive-thru coronavirus testing at the Colorado State Fairgrounds will continue through July in an announcement by the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment. Testing in July will be done on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

For the third year in a row, St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center Wound and Hyperbaric Center has earned a Center of Distinction award by Healogics, the nationís largest provider of advanced wound care services.

According to Healogics, the center achieved outstanding clinical outcomes for 12 consecutive months, registered patient satisfaction scores higher than 92 percent, and had a minimum wound healing rate of at least 92 percent within 28 median days to heal. There were 601 centers eligible for the Center of Distinction award, and 367 achieved the honor.

According to data kept by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Pueblo County has a coronavirus case rate of 213.16 per 100,000 people. That ranks Pueblo County 35th among counties in Colorado as it pertains to COVID-19 case rate per 100,000 people, according to the health departmentís

latest update. Pueblo County is sandwiched between Douglas and Ouray counties on the chart.

Since last providing an update on Friday, the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment announced three new positive coronavirus cases in Pueblo County on Monday afternoon.

The new cases include a 20-year-old female, a 29-year-old female and a 64-year-old male.

No new deaths related to COVID-19 in Pueblo County were reported Monday.

Pueblo County now has a total of 358 confirmed positive and probable cases of coronavirus. Well over 7,000 tests have been administered here.

And 25 Pueblo County residents have died to date of complications related to COVID-19.

A juvenile male (under 18) has been arrested in connection with the killing of a man and woman late Sunday on the East Side. While doing a welfare check police found the bodies of Andonia Marie Bouzos, 38, of Pueblo, and Jesus Antonio Gutierrez, 36, and listed as homeless, were discovered by police.

If anyone has information about this incident or the identity of a possible suspect or suspects they are asked to call Det. Jonathan McCluskey at 719-568-4571. To remain anonymous, call Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 719-542-7867 or www. pueblocrimestoppers. com.

This is the sixth and seventh homicides in Pueblo this year.

The Pueblo Convention Center and its sister facility Pueblo Memorial Hall will be back in business as of July 1. The Pueblo Convention Center will continue to provide updates via and on social media.

After being closed to the public because of COVID19 restrictions, the Pueblo County Clerk and Recorderís Office will Monday reopen by appointment only, county officials said Friday. At this time, appointments will not be made for dealers or license plate renewals. Dealers are encouraged to drop off their paperwork and payment at the drop boxes on the east side of the courthouse.

The Clerk and Recorderís Office asks that people arrive on time for their appointment. In order to enter the courthouse for appointments, citizens should go to the east side of the courthouse by the green clock off of Main Street. Visitors are required to wear a mask when entering the courthouse and have their temperature taken. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 or higher will not be permitted inside the building. To make an appointment, citizens should click on the following link: https:// visit-request-form and fill out the form

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