Monday Index

March 22, 2010

Representative Sal Pace (D-Pueblo) announced yesterday his plans for a "Workshare Bill," which aims to allow employers to cut employees' hours, and allow those employees to collect unemployment for time lost (KDRO).

The Colorado Springs Business Journal reports on a shortage of large-animal veterinarians, and takes a closer look at Memorial Hospital and its salability.

In Pueblo, the Chieftain reports Pueblo City Council will further consider drag racing at Pueblo Motorsports Park.

The Fowler Tribune takes a look at how their April municipal election is shaping up. The Wet Mountain Tribune reports crime in Custer County has declined by 20%. The Denver Post reports on a change in pasture rules for cows and certified organic milk.

And, in case you missed it, one area woman was recently honored among other Women Air Force Service Pilots (WASPs) for her service during World War II (KXRM).

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