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  • The Pueblo Chieftain editorial: Riverwalk project ready

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    Pueblo civic, business and elected leaders will attend a Colorado Office of Economic Development meeting today in support of the long-awaited Downtown Riverwalk-convention center expansion project in line to receive Regional Tourism Authority funding from the state. We join the large group of supporters’ excitement and enthusiasm for the project, which can become a reality soon […]

  • The Pueblo Chieftain editorial: PUC conflict, ethics

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    The smoldering controversy over Black Hills Energy electric rates in the Pueblo area has spawned a bill to deal with alleged conflicts of interest and ethical conduct on Colorado’s Public Utilities Commission. Two Pueblo legislators — Rep. Daneya Esgar and Sen. Leroy Garcia — are sponsoring House Bill 1323, which would impose a four-year cooling off […]

  • Editorial: Youth education crucial

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    Education that promotes positive values — good schooling, satisfying work, a close-knit family, a healthy body free of drugs … and more — can be crucial to prepare our youth to become responsible, productive adults. Poverty, somewhat more prevalent in Pueblo than the state as a whole, should be no excuse for continued failure, either. Being […]

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