Thursday Index

August 26, 2010

Colorado Springs Utilities and the BLM reach a deal for the SDS pipeline system (Gazette, Chieftain). In El Paso County, access to a database of fingerprints is on hold (KKTV). Colorado Springs mayoral candidate puts money into campaign (Gazette). AFA plans big for their home game on 9/11 (Gazette).

In Pueblo, waste treatments plants are installed at the Chemical Agent Plant (KKTV, Chieftain).

A new prison opens in Canon City (KXRM).

In Las Animas County, gas companies face a new water plan (Times-Independent). The Trinidad City Council picks a new city manager (Times-Independent), and discusses purchasing a golf clubhouse (Times-Independent).

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