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  1. Governor sees his role as a rudder and anchor
  2. Historical society unveils tons of anniversary events
  3. The tragedies behind the tragic crash
  4. Precinct caucuses are first milestone on winding road to November elections.
  5. Lawmakers make jobs Job 1
  6. No prison in $765,000 bank fraud
  7. Good Roads Convention dominated city news
  8. Sinatra was there, or so you'd think
  9. Vandals were juveniles, victim says
  10. Roadwork
  11. Ex-superintendent recalls angst of decisions in ’94
  12. Di Mare presentws CSU-Pueblo outlook
  13. House Dems announce jobs bills
  14. Longtime local official Centa seeks county seat
  15. Governor takes credit for Broncos' win
  16. 61 animals seized from Boone property
  17. Pueblo City Schools on lockdown
  18. Panel approves stricter rules for educators
  19. County clerk proposing new election precinct map
  20. Some school lockdowns lifted as police pursuit continues
  21. Meet on at-risk teen programs set
  22. Walkers add land to local ranches
  23. Station diesel spill cleanup winds up
  24. Pinnacol's future premiums more costly
  25. Astronomer to lead speaker series
  26. Senate opens by bemoaning reapportionment
  27. Water main breaks on Sixth Street
  28. Opening session speakers vow to serve the '100%'
  29. D60 to decide school closures tonight
  30. Session opens with talk of cooperation
  31. Governor: No presidential calling
  32. Police say kidnapping, homicide may be drug-related.
  33. Police: Pursued woman broke no laws
  34. Bank robber hits Ent Credit Union
  35. Governor touts civil unions, better business practices in state speech
  36. Three schools to close
  37. Three schools to close
  38. Lake reopens following spill cleanup
  39. Udall says Iran fears oil losses, fall of Syria
  40. Gridlock threatens jobs, Udall warned
  41. Officer charged in April bar incident
  42. Main Street reopens after dynamite scare
  43. Feds arrest 4 in meth drug ring probe
  44. Gov. touts PCC as jobs generator
  45. Pace makes pass at Tebow prayer session
  46. Cordova running to hold District 2 commission seat
  47. D60 hole about $1 million deeper
  48. Robber hits third bank in a week
  49. Lint fire damages home
  50. Ranchers want Udall to close Pinon chapter
  51. Robbers on a roll in 2012
  52. A man called horselogger
  53. All aTwitter over school closings, etc.
  54. The Week in Review
  55. Bessemer gets a pick-me-up
  56. Big animals bite humane society
  57. Candles symbolic of MLK
  58. Felon gets seven years for having gun
  59. State routinely disregards order for jobs data
  60. Gold mine goes up in smoke; building permits skyrocket
  61. Martin Luther King Jr. honored
  62. Roadside resident given the boot
  63. No weeping for Willow
  64. Futures Academy may end tonight
  65. Cooperative Care to close for a month during move
  66. Egg drop planned Wednesday
  67. PW Women's League taking donation requests
  68. Dems coming to Pueblo for state convention
  69. Another arrest made in alleged heroin ring
  70. Fair audit shows $2.3 million loss
  71. Water board flush with $1 million surplus
  72. Assistance program reduces winter cutoffs, utility says
  73. CMHIP faces $3 million shortfall
  74. State authorities evict roadside camper
  75. Ship captain tells port: It's just a blackout
  76. Dougherty sibling in Pueblo jail
  77. Hamel retiring from Pueblo water board
  78. VA clinic moving, but staying in city
  79. Pueblo hospitals run norm for infections
  80. Well groups question water deal prices
  81. Search ongoing for missing girl, 9
  82. Halfway house escapee arrested
  83. Police arrest suspect in Pueblo, Colorado Springs bank robberies
  84. Missing Pueblo girl found safe in Colorado Springs
  85. Bruce gets 24 years for Pueblo rape, burglary
  86. High school graduation rates climb
  87. Colorado State University-Pueblo Dean's List
  88. The Week in Review
  89. Downstream rights key in Fountain Creek projects
  90. Fountain Creek eyes tax
  91. Opponents will speak out against Over the River
  92. Lottery to drop MatchPlay game
  93. D60 to tap reserves, capital fund to balance budget
  94. Obama's speech hits sweet and sour notes with Pueblo listeners
  95. Pilobolus dance troupe performance delightful
  96. State ed panel wants more early programs
  97. Good ‘Habitats’ are hard to break
  98. State Fair board fires back at fiscal critics
  99. Lawmakers oppose water law change
  100. City schools slate later opening
  101. Immigrant tuition break advances
  102. Man killed when hit by car on U.S. 50 East
  103. Dougherty sibling planned escape
  104. Trinidad students walk out
  105. Yoga group works inner, outer selves
  106. Lawmaker to roll with bill promoting Colorado as a movie-making mecca
  107. In final year, Massey stresses early learning, literacy, student issues
  108. Veterans mend at Westcliffe ranch
  109. Jewel thief pulls off 'most daring and sensational robbery'
  110. North Pueblo power outage fixed
  111. Decision date set for Dougherty brothers
  112. Blood disease conference set
  113. Student death under probe
  114. Dry trend continues in Colorado
  115. Tejano Heat to play at La Gente dance
  116. Third suspect arrested in Naranjo killing
  117. Motorist killed in accident east of Pueblo
  118. Work begins on new courthouse
  119. Hispanic bar honors Judge Maes
  120. Learjet goes down outside airport
  121. Pinnacol, governor to ponder
  122. Local man killed in house fire
  123. Nursing school has a new take on role playing
  124. Judge denies sentence reduction request
  125. Sugar Beet League accents Latino players
  126. Exhibit sheds light on Negro Baseball League
  127. TV, radio personality Lee Douglas dies at 57
  128. Teens credited with preventing suicide
  129. Former club can go to feds
  130. Internet, phone service severed south, west of Pueblo
  131. Missing girl found safe near Poncha Springs
  132. Panel begins review of legislator's traffic stop
  133. Heavy snow hits San Juans, Sangres
  134. Governor appoints Lobato to Pueblo County bench
  135. Library foundation names new board
  136. More college students in remediation
  137. Some Walsh residents evacuated following tank rupture
  138. D60 to discuss middle schools
  139. Dougherty sibling weighs plea deal
  140. Lee Grace Dougherty enters plea deal
  141. Lyndarr defense opens its case
  142. State leaves No Child Left Behind
  143. Sportscaster laid to rest
  144. Giron tuition bill passes panel
  145. Urban Renewal's John Batey lured by Downtown renaissance
  146. A few comments on the sudden loss of friends
  147. Workshop on child brains
  148. Classes set for migrant workers
  149. Law officers investigating fatal shooting in Fremont County
  150. New county judge follows father's lead
  151. CSU-Pueblo to host robotic competition
  152. SLV rancher seeks new state Senate seat
  153. Women's heart health seminar scheduled
  154. Murder trial witness says he's a liar
  155. Sheriff to face retaliation claim
  156. Dougherty brothers take plea deals, headed to prison
  157. Bennet decries wind tax credit failure
  158. Unions wary about new tenure rules
  159. Horse owner arrested again after dead animals found on Pueblo County land
  160. World Trade Center memento arrives in Pueblo
  161. Tuskegee Airmen thrill history buffs, movie fans at Pueblo appearance
  162. DNA evidence in dispute in murder trial
  163. Christopher Burke credits his parents for high achievements
  164. Fundraising dinner for Rose Thursday
  165. 1912: A city grows in prestige and problems
  166. Tribute to success stories
  167. Early projection: Fry-Ark yield at 80 percent
  168. Local officials try to tackle Fry-Ark debt
  169. Cinco de Mayo parade entries sought
  170. Over the River set back to 2015
  171. Council talks half-cent tax revenue options
  172. San Luis residents told to boil water after E. coli detected
  173. PW wins first funding battle
  174. Defense: Lyndarr not at Pischerio residence
  175. Woman killed in U.S. 50 East crash
  176. DA gets two convictions in Piserchio murder
  177. Create Canon City group hopes to help city replace library roof
  178. Murder suspect takes plea deal
  179. Heritage students wrap up Career Week in full costume
  180. Tipton: Wind credit will be OK'd
  181. The Week in Review
  182. Chieftain wins 21 awards in CPA competition
  183. Respite care offered to caregivers
  184. Sheriff offers Citizens Academy
  185. Drought spreading throughout Colorado
  186. Utility seeks to delay help for poor
  187. Home food bill passes House panel
  188. D60 may face $2.2 million budget drop
  189. Senate supports per-diem increase
  190. Legalizing pot wouldn't affect medical marijuana, owner says
  191. Cooperative Care Center opens new doors
  192. Last inmates leave Fort Lyon
  193. Senate rejects birth-control waiver for employers
  194. Aldaz picked for CCA, Dolores Huerta post
  195. 3-vehicle accident kills one east of Pueblo
  196. 14 cars wreck on slick I-25
  197. Medical marijuana halts rental plans
  198. Pueblo gets a new county judge
  199. These people mean business
  200. A better way to announce a candidacy
  201. Series of wellness seminars scheduled
  202. Red Cross Heroes event set Thursday
  203. Pueblo health partnership clears House
  204. New assessment tests scheduled this week
  205. Tractor-trailer fire detouring traffic on I-25 north of Pueblo
  206. Technical problems affect Chieftain delivery
  207. Need up, funds down at soup kitchen
  208. Asbestos-laced armory a hot potato for lawmakers
  209. Feds asked to fund demolition of buildings
  210. D60 to hear turnaround report
  211. Hickenlooper apology sought for bloopers
  212. Tate resigns from CSU board
  213. Aerial mapping for conduit planned
  214. Sand Dunes' new superintendent to be honored
  215. Authorities investigating copper theft
  216. Animal cruelty suspect suing over home
  217. Health dept. looking for artist recyclers
  218. Real experience in classroom setting
  219. Students act out — for the sake of history
  220. Comedy a good time for a good cause
  221. Authentic Broadway in Pueblo
  222. Justice Hobbs to talk water at CSU-Pueblo
  223. Urban renewal to host open house
  224. Woman struck on I-25 in Pueblo
  225. Wind power tax credit dies on 49-49 vote in Senate
  226. Florence police chief to resign
  227. Vestas: Most of its 1,800 jobs in Colorado could be lost
  228. Higher loan rates won't stop students from applying
  229. Landowner sues over power line
  230. Appeals court overturns murder conviction
  231. Urban Renewal hears gripes about Lake Avenue project
  232. Bent County community hopeful for Fort Lyon
  233. Mortgage funds help keep Fort Lyon open
  234. St. Baldrick's gathers brave souls in a fight against cancer
  235. Another prison closure?
  236. High winds disrupt power
  237. Four bills signed into law
  238. Report: Peyton Manning chooses Broncos
  239. Motorist arrested on drug charges
  240. Rotary 43 celebrates 100th anniversary
  241. Now a Bronco, Manning says hello to his new team
  242. Salida couple to celebrate 75 years as man and wife
  243. Snowstorm closes schools, roads
  244. Adoptions surge at new dog shelter
  245. Superintendent again seeks community help
  246. Vehicle hunted in fatal February accident
  247. Police need help identifying suspects
  248. Death march soldiers to be honored
  249. Local lawyers look at ruling on plea-deals
  250. Springs wrestles with stormwater issue