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Pueblo native, Ashlynn Young, performs in front of an audience. (Photo by Jerod Young)

“It’s given me a lot of confidence”

Archie Wyatt, Staff Writer April 11, 2024

Born-and-bred in Pueblo, Colorado, 22 year-old Ashlynn Young is set to take stage at this week’s Steel City Music Showcase in Downtown Pueblo. The singer-songwriter will be performing her 40-minute...

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Fix it yourself, new agricultural law in effect

May 5, 2023

By Julian Volk On April 25, 2023, Colorado became the first state to ensure farmers could fix their own equipment with the right-to-repair law, also known as The Consumer Right to Repair Agriculture Equipment...

Centennial alumni were encouraged to sign their name and graduation year on a memory board titled The Legacy Lives On… Photo by Holly Ward.

One door closes, another opens, & fresh endeavors begin

May 5, 2023

By Holly Ward Centennial High School opened its doors for the community to walk through the current building one last time together before getting demolished by the end of June. On Saturday, April 22,...

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International students to host 80th annual event

April 17, 2023

By Bill Redmond-Palmer The Colorado State University Pueblo International Students Association (CISA) will proudly host the eightieth annual “International Extravaganza” event this month. Yes, you...

Indigenous sacred drums and drumsticks played before the El Pueblo History Museum SOAR Speaker Series. Photo by Jon Pluskota.

What is the Real Storytelling Project?

April 17, 2023

By Hailee Langowski. Spanish translation by Community Language Cooperative. Pueblo, Colo., is a city filled with stories from various perspectives. From the creation of the delicious Pueblo chile slopper,...

The Raised by Wolves art show and its artwork hanging on the walls. Photo by Holly Ward.

Raised by Wolves

April 17, 2023

By Holly Ward For the second year in a row, in collaboration with Pueblo Arts Alliance (PAA), Candace Oakley displayed her Raised by Wolves Scholarship Show. The event opened on one of the Pueblo Arts...

Pueblo City Council Meeting: Pueblo Homelessness Hearing

April 9, 2023

By Cidonia Ponce Pueblo’s City Council hosted a work session hearing on the 20th of March that regarded homelessness in our city. Every second and fourth of each month, Pueblo City Council hosts these...

Pueblo Municipal Justice Center at 200 S Main St, Pueblo, Colo. Photo by Camerron Martin.

Crime rates happening in Pueblo, Colorado

March 29, 2023

By Camerron Martin When finding a place to settle down and build a life, people often look for places they can do so with the smallest amount of resistance or worry about that goal. People want a safe...

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Growing safety concerns over cannabis sold in Colorado shops

March 29, 2023

By Madison Lira Cannabis sold in several Colo. dispensaries, including Colo. Springs, has been issued a health and safety warning by the Colorado Department of Revenue (CDOR) and the Colorado Department...

Barkman Library was cleaned and opened to the public after the meth residue cleanup. Photo by Madison Lira.

Barkman Library recently closed over meth contamination

March 29, 2023

By Cidonia Ponce & Madison Lira The Barkman Library branch of the Pueblo City-County Library District recently closed on Feb. 24 due to methamphetamine contamination. Barkman is one of the latest...

Belongings left by displaced residents at Skyview Apartments off Jerry Murphy Rd. in Pueblo, Colo. Photo by Cidonia Ponce.

The Skyview Apartments crisis

March 29, 2023

By Cidonia Ponce We live in a world where we are subject to a crisis now and then, but for some, it happens more often than others. In the Belmont area of Pueblo, Colo., lies an apartment complex that...

President/CEO of the Pueblo YMCA, Janelle Andrews. Photo provided by Kevin Cano.

The Pueblo YMCA: Welcome to all in the community

March 22, 2023

By Holly Ward Since 1889, the Pueblo YMCA (Y) has served our community through growing programs, memberships and connections that welcome everyone. President and CEO Janelle Andrews have worked her way...

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