Tuesday Index

April 20, 2010

In Colorado, a new rebate program aimed at efficient home appliance is beginning (KKTV).

In Colorado Springs, investigators found a lab worker made errors in blood-alcohol tests (KOAA, KXRM).

In Pueblo, city officials are debating what to do with money gained from Black Hills Energy as part of a plan for a new power plant (KRDO), and plan to open a new fire station (Chieftain). D-70 officials are looking at the possibility of changing its bussing system (Chieftain).

In Florence, the school board has voted to keep 6th graders in the Fremont Middle School (KRDO). In Trinidad, a 103-year-old church gets new life (Chieftain). The Mountain Mail reports businesses in the Upper Arkansas Valley project uncertain tourism numbers this summer. In Raton, the new Racino will miss a state deadline (Raton Range).

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