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Deanna Martinez was sentenced to 15 months in prison on Monday. Martinez admitted fraudulently obtaining $438,000 of welfare benefits in Pueblo. The programs she bilked were run by Pueblo County Department of Human Services. She was sentenced in District Court in Denver4.

Jack Avalos, long time Pueblo photographer and World War II veteran died at the age of 96. Avalos opened Avalos Photography in 1964.

The three Rye schools would get nearly $7.0 million in upgrades if a $75 million bond measure passes in November. Because of some bonds being restructured the measure would add no new taxes to the district. All schools would get infection control and COVID mitigation measures, security cameras and intercom replacements. Other projects include deteriorated roofs and falling ceilings. Pueblo County High School would receive the largest portion of the bond at $7.1 million.

A 46-year-old woman whose body was found in a field in eastern Pueblo County was identified as Darlene Reason, Pueblo, by Pueblo County Coroner Brian Cotter. The death is called suspicious. If anyone knows about the incident please call the Pueblo County Sheriff at 719-583-6250.

Darren Kochis of the local 10th Judicial District Attorney’s Office recently was honored by being selected as the investigator of the year for the state by the Colorado District Attorney’s Council. Kochis started in 2017. Prior to that he also served most recently from 2011-17 as an officer with the Pueblo Police Department.

For a cost of $100 your children from kindergarten thru fifth grade can be provided a safe outdoor learning experience at the Nature and Wildlife Discovery Center. A variety of lessons will be taught in the air and open space while developing new friends. The “Sprouts Session,” for children in kindergarten through the second grade, will be held Oct. 16 and 30, Nov. 13, and Dec. 4 and 18. The cost is $100. Children in grades third through the fifth are invited to the “Seedlings Session” on Oct. 9 and 23, Nov. 6 and 20, and Dec. 11. The cost is likewise $100.

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