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Asking the hard questions of the half-cent

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This year could see Pueblo’s half-cent funds depleted in half as PEDCO pushes for a new building and if the City of Pueblo authorizes the Pueblo Convention Center expansion. While PEDCO begins the long pitch for reauthorization of the half-cent fund. All this in an election year where a majority of seats will be on the ballot. The time i…

This year could see Pueblo’s half-cent funds depleted in half as PEDCO pushes for a new building and if the City of Pueblo authorizes the Pueblo Convention Center expansion. While PEDCO begins the long pitch for reauthorization of the half-cent fund. All this in an election year where a majority of seats will be on the ballot. The time i…

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Pull – Don’t Pray – for Pueblo: Yard-sign activism must be met with bootstrap action 

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Maneuvering the pickup over the dirt road so rutted and deeply cratered that our heads bounced dangerously close to the cab’s ceiling, Sal Katz, a retired army combat veteran, laughed. “Just a little bumpy,” he said. “But let’s swing in here and park,” as he stopped the truck. “And listen, be careful of the dogs, they can be aggressive.…

Maneuvering the pickup over the dirt road so rutted and deeply cratered that our heads bounced dangerously close to the cab’s ceiling, Sal Katz, a retired army combat veteran, laughed. “Just a little bumpy,” he said. “But let’s swing in here and park,” as he stopped the truck. “And listen, be careful of the dogs, they can be aggressive.…

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Pueblo, A City for the Creative

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Much of this doesn’t exist… It’s Sunday brunch time and the new local coffee place is filled  with a few college students trying to finish the last of their term papers before they leave for break as well as a few professionals on their laptops pretending to work while watching YouTube. The menu is sparse for a coffee shop an…

Much of this doesn’t exist… It’s Sunday brunch time and the new local coffee place is filled  with a few college students trying to finish the last of their term papers before they leave for break as well as a few professionals on their laptops pretending to work while watching YouTube. The menu is sparse for a coffee shop an…

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Enough is Enough: Sexual Harassment at the Colorado State Capitol

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If there is a moment to drop politics and have a human moment then I’m going to spend the rest of the editorial struggling with what we printed last month. Thirty some odd days ago, our nation and our state was different. In that time Colorado saw for the first time that even those sitting in the high seats o…

If there is a moment to drop politics and have a human moment then I’m going to spend the rest of the editorial struggling with what we printed last month. Thirty some odd days ago, our nation and our state was different. In that time Colorado saw for the first time that even those sitting in the high seats o…

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