Friday Index

August 26, 2011

Colorado gaming commissioners look to reevaluate regulations (Denver Business Journal). Many Southern Colorado residents affected by Monday's earthquake and aftershocks find their insurance doesn't cover earthquake damage (Pueblo Chieftain). Three congressmen representing Southern Colorado speak at a luncheon for an advocacy group in Pueblo (Chieftain). The State Fair opens in Pueblo (Chieftain, Colorado Springs Gazette). Levi Leipheimer retakes the lead in the USA Pro Cycling Challenge (Gazette, KOAA).

In Colorado Springs, Mayor Steve Bach's budget for 2012 is expected to be on the conservative side (Gazette). A police task force uncovers a storage bin full of stolen property (Gazette). Memorial Health System considers possible legal action against the state's pension agency (Colorado Springs Business Journal).

More than 33,000 children in El Paso County are considered "food insecure" (Gazette).

In Pueblo, leaders of the city's schools are alarmed after new failing designation (Chieftain). Findings of a review of the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo are released (Chieftain).

A plan to build a water pipeline from Lamar to the Front Range continues, despite pulling one element off the table (Chieftain). Otero County Commissioners discuss land use issues (LaJunta Tribune-Democrat).

Residents of Northern New Mexico assess Monday's earthquake and aftershocks (Raton Range). The Raton City Commission delays a vote on a new tax (Raton Range). Colfax County sees a rise in the number of mosquitos (Raton Range).

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