Thursday Index

The Colorado Department of Education has released its audit of the Cesar Chavez Schools Network (KKTV, KRDO, Chieftain), and the board reacts (Chieftain). Attorney General John Suthers is encouraging Colorado, Nebraska, and Kansas to work out a water dispute (CSBJ).

In Colorado Springs, organizers of a movement for a 'strong mayor' held a town hall meeting (KXRM). D-11 releases new plans for Irving, Jefferson, and Adams (Gazette). School lunches receive national attention (Gazette). The Pikes Peak Library District tags items with ID chips (Gazette). D-20 staff instructed not to participate in the National Day of Prayer (KRDO). El Paso County increases immigration enforcement (KOAA).

In Canon City, voters reinstated incumbents to the fire board (Daily Record). Penrose voters elect three to the region's water board (Daily Record).

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