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About: pueblo, colorado

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.

Population: 104954
Local Newspapers: The Pueblo Chieftain
Local Sports Teams:
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

Pueblo News
Spring storm with rain - even snow - expected to hit the Colorado Springs area | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

The Gazette is Colorado Springs's most trusted source for breaking news, sports, weather, obituaries, politics, business, art, entertainment, blogs, video, photos. The view looking east toward Colorado Springs from the summit of Pikes Peak on Thursday morning.

Illegal gaming operation at Colorado coffee shop busted

Pueblo police alongside the Colorado Bureau of Investigation Gaming Agents made a bust in connection to an illegal gaming operation on Wednesday. Investigators executed a search warrant at the Rush Coffee Co.

She called 911 because someone in her yard was on drugs. Police shot her service dog.

A 2-year-old service dog in training named Crios is dead in Pueblo, Colorado, having been shot several times by police early Friday morning. That much is certain.

One year after Fountain-Fort Carson athletics shakeup, AD leaving for principal position in Pueblo

Fountain-Fort Carson will be looking for a new athletic director less than a year after hiring its previous one. Chris James, who took over after longtime AD Kelley Eichman was moved into another position within the school district, was named the new principal at Pueblo West on Tuesday, the Pueblo Chieftain reported Wednesday.

What's Happening? Residents encouraged to attend 5Health Fair on April 29 and more

Tim Occhiuto prepares to have blood drawn from Pueblo Community College Fremont Campus student Brianna Rowell during a previous Health Fair hosted by St. Thomas More Hospital. St. Thomas More Hospital will host the 5Health Fair from 7 a.m. to Noon April 29 at Evangelical Free Church located at 3000 E. Main St. This event is endorsed by the Colorado Medical Society, the Colorado Nurses Association, and the Colorado Hospital Association.

Pueblo police seek clues after skeletal remains found near viaduct

Pueblo firefighters were extinguishing a brush fire Monday afternoon when they discovered a human skeleton. Firefighters were extinguishing a brush fire Monday afternoon when they discovered a human skeleton, according to the Pueblo Police Department.

Ancient Americans set up 'feather factories'

From around AD 300 to AD 1450, ancient Native American peoples such as the Puebloans were known to have kept and bred macaws in captivity so that their feathers could be plucked. New evidence presented at a recent meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Canada has suggested that this practice occurred all across the American Southwest.

What's Happening? Flowering Main 2017 and more

It's that time of year again! Flowers on Main Street should arrive the beginning of May, but sponsors are needed. These flowers receive a lot of acknowledgment through the year.

Home Searched, Yard Dug Up In 4-Year-Old Missing Woman Case

Home Searched, Yard Dug Up In 4-Year-Old Missing Woman Case Police are searching a southwest Pueblo home and digging in the backyard as they look for a missing woman from Pueblo. 'Mamma Mia' Actress Shares Theater Experiences Actress from the touring show of "Mamma Mia" shares her theater experience with students at Cherry Creek High School.

Pueblo Chile license plate is headed to the governor | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

The Gazette is Colorado Springs's most trusted source for breaking news, sports, weather, obituaries, politics, business, art, entertainment, blogs, video, photos. What to watch on TV for the week of April 9-15: New episodes of MST3K, the return of Doctor Who and much more Stephanie Vigil, at left, of Vigil Farms in Pueblo County and state Rep. Daneya Esgar of Pueblo hold up a suggested design for the proposed Pueblo Chile license plate before the legislature.

Two longtime residents, an eagle and otter, die at Pueblo Zoo

In this Aug. 4, 2016 file photo photo, golden eagle Keesha, who is unable to fly, moves nimbly around his enclosure in the former bear pit area of the Pueblo Zoo in Pueblo, Colo. Keesha - the zoo's longest-term resident - died over the weekend after 36 years at the zoo.

Food webs entangle humans in complex relationships with animals, crops and the environment

IMAGE: This is a sample food web with red nodes representing primary producers, orange nodes primary consumers, yellow-orange nodes omnivores, true-yellow nodes are true carnivores. This draft food web was created... view more Reconstructed food webs from the Ancestral Puebloan southwestern United States show the complexity and interconnectedness of humans, other animals, crops and the environment, in an area of uncertain climate and resources, according to researchers, who think climate change and human decisions then, may shed light on future human choices.

Pueblo Goes All in on Clean Energy

Thanks largely to the efforts of local Sierra Club volunteers, city officials in Pueblo, Colorado, have set a goal of getting 100 percent of the city's energy from renewable sources by 2035. Pueblo was one of the first cities in the country to sign onto the Club's Ready for 100 campaign to commit to 100 percent clean energy.

Did cliff dwellers use geometry?

Seen from the air, the structure is a D-shape, perched on the lip of a mesa that overlooks the famous "Cliff Palace" dwelling at Mesa Verde National Park. Scientists call it the Sun Temple.

Punch List: What to do in your Denver-area garden the second week in April

Begin removing extra winter insulating mulch around tender roses and other plants a little at a time until late April. Schedule an aeration appointment - spring aeration reduces lawn soil compaction.

LCC's Phi Theta Kappa inducts 26 new members

Lamar Community Collegea s Beta Eta Gamma chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society welcomed 26 new members to the ranks during the spring induction ceremony on March 21, 2017. Front row, , l-r, Casey Day, Bailey Cook, Faith Camp, Tarin Kemp, Sarah Walsh, and Arnoldo Maltos-Garcia.

What's Happening? Annual fire hydrant testing and more

Beginning Monday, the Canon City Water Department will begin its annual program of exercising fire hydrants throughout the system. The purpose of this program is to remove sediment and tuberculation from the water mains, which improves the water quality.

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