Monday Index

September 19, 2011

Colorado Senator Mark Udall (D) fights for potatoes in Washington, which under a new proposal, would be limited in school lunches (Denver Post). The state treasurer plans to sue to obtain pension records (Denver Post).

A LaJunta resident knowledgeable on the affects of removing water from Crowley County urges caution with a proposed pipeline from Lamar to the Front Range (Pueblo Chieftain).

In Colorado Springs, Rockrimmon school kids get their hands dirty with a garden (Gazette). Summit Ministries president is retiring (Gazette). Hundreds of people attend the Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service (Gazette, KXRM). Platte Avenue gets a facelift (KXRM).

In Pueblo, District 70 school officials say a proposed bond initiative wouldn't raise taxes (Pueblo Chieftain). The district also seeks am mill levy override (Chieftain).

Rocky Ford farmers cry foul in the recent listeria outbreak (Gazette, KOAA).

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