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Situated at the junction of the Arkansas River and Fountain Creek, the city is some 100 miles south of Denver on I25. The Colorado State Fair, at the end of August, is in Pueblo and is the state's largest event, unless of course the Bronco's are in the Super Bowl. The city has also attracted many green companies including wind and solar plants.
Local Newspapers: The Pueblo Chieftain
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Local Colleges: Colorado State University - Pueblo
Zip Codes associated with pueblo, colorado:
81001 81003 81004 81005 81006 81007 81008
Towns/Cities near pueblo, colorado : Salt Creek Penrose Canon City
Lessons from Boulder's bad breakup
Back in 2010, the city of Boulder, Colorado, decided to break up with its corporate electricity provider and generate its own power. Going it alone, the city figured, would give the liberal redoubt a better shot at hitting its carbon-cutting targets.Colorado selects vacant prison as temporary holding site
Officials say a vacant prison in southern Colorado has been chosen as a temporary inmate holding facility while a Canon City prison undergoes extensive remodeling. The Pueblo Chieftain reports the state Department of Corrections on Wednesday selected the Huerfano County Correctional Facility to temporarily hold 250 low-risk to medium-security inmates.Colo. AMR branch reports using naloxone nearly 350 times in 2017
State Sen. Leroy Garcia, D-Pueblo, who works as a paramedic for AMR of Pueblo, said the amount of times naloxone was needed last year is concerning PUEBLO, Colo. - A life-saving antidote used to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose was used by American Medical Response of Pueblo more than 300 times last year, and when accounting for other local agencies that carry the drug, it was administered more than 500 times.Monday's traffic: I-70 west of Limon reopens
Interstate 70 west of Limon is open after crews have cleared a crash in the area, the Colorado Department of Transportation tweeted Monday. Multiple rollover crashes have been reported on Highway 50 between Canon and Penrose, the Fremont County Sheriff's Office tweeted Monday.Ed Norden: Ca on City's 2017 climate summary
Last year's climate summary for Canon City showed that despite a wetter year than normal, we finished the year with almost half our normal snowfall. As Canon City's Cooperative Weather Observer for the National Weather Service, my rain and snow gauge on the north side of town reflected a total of 15.48 inches of 2017 precipitation for Canon City.Forecast: Black ice, slick roads possible on morning commute
The view from the summit of Pikes Peak on Wednesday morning, Jan. 10, 2018, looking east toward Colorado Springs. Wednesday's forecast across Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region calls for "mild and quiet" conditions during the day before a noticeable weather shift comes in the afternoon and evening, according to Gazette news partner KKTV.Ca on Rose Acoustic Society to feature Fireweed, Stray Dogs on Saturday
The Canon Rose Acoustic Society will feature Fireweed, with warm up acts by Stray Dogs at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Four Mile Community Center located at East Main and Steinmeier. Seating is at 6 p.m. General admission is $10; member admission is $7; and children and students are admitted free of charge.With Energy and Justice for All
The first things you see driving down from the Rocky Mountains into Pueblo, Colorado, are smoke stacks. Three big ones sprout from the Comanche coal plant at the edge of town, and then a stubble of shorter towers rises from the steel mill, which once provided good paying jobs to anyone who wanted one.A Mexican artist is painting the 'world's longest mural' on the US-Mexico border wall - take a look
As the Trump administration seeks $18 billion over the next decade to more than double the length of the US-Mexico border fencing, one artist has another plan for the barriers. Mexican artist Enrique Chiu is working to cover the existing border wall in colorful murals.Infantryman turned teacher finds his second niche
This photo taken Nov. 28, 2017, shows Karl Brandenburg, a former military man who pursued education as a second career, teaching a class at Risley Academy of Innovation, in Pueblo Colo. It was during his days as a tenaciously effective Army drill sergeant that Brandenburg first entertained the idea of moving from the barracks into the classroom.Pueblo County officials warned their jail is Colorado's most...
Pueblo County officials warned their jail is Colorado's most overcrowded. When voters were asked to help, they resoundingly said "no."What's Happening? 2018 FEDC Annual Dinner Meeting and more
The FEDC 2018 Annual Banquet will be held Jan. 19 at the Abbey Event Center. Cocktail hour begins at 5:30 p.m., and dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. On the menu, beef medallions will be served and a vegetarian option of acorn squash will be available upon request.Longtime Kaiser Permanente executive in Colorado Springs retires
C.J. Moore, retired Kaiser Permanente executive, in a broccoli costume that she often wore to events in Colorado Springs C.J. Moore wore a broccoli costume so many times, Kaiser Permanente had to replace it after it wore out. Moore, 71, has donned the suit since 2004 at running events and other gatherings in the Colorado Springs area as part of her role as the health insurer's director of public affairs in Southern Colorado, a job she held since the California-based nonprofit expanded to Colorado Springs and Pueblo more than 20 years ago.2017 brings a mix of success, problems
T his year will be remembered as the one in which Colorado Springs residents approved funding for schools, for stormwater infrastructure and to help fix the transportation problems on Interstate 25. It's the year the city decided to take the lead in high-tech broadband by becoming part of U.S. Ignite. The stormwater infrastructure funding will assuage the Environmental Protection Agency's concerns about flooding and water safety issues in the city.Pueblo's economic footprint in the energy field is growing
In this undated photo, a employee at the Vestas plant just south of Pueblo, Colo., works among the giant iron cylinders used in the manufacture of the company's wind towers.Hospital infrastructure boom hits throttle in 2017
Dave Kenney, superintendent, GE Johnson Construction Company, tours the site of what will be Children's Hospital Colorado, Colorado Springs. The most common theme in 2017 among major health care providers in Colorado Springs was preparing for a rapidly growing community by adding significantly more infrastructure.
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