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Keep your booming Fourth from going bust

Keep your booming Fourth from going bust

July 1, 2022

Proper safety ensures holiday fun doesn’t flop by Kimmy Reinhardt The Fourth of July is quickly approaching. With the celebration comes the question of how to protect yourself and your community while...

Photo by Mirranda Reinhardt at K.D. Elise Photography

The search for self: A student’s story of finding identity and community

June 3, 2022

By Kimmy Reinhardt Unlike many queer individuals, I grew up in a home where being yourself, and loving who you love, was widely accepted.  My school life, however, was quite the opposite. As someone...

Photo by Cassime Joseph

Governor Jared Polis visits Colorado State University Pueblo

May 27, 2022

By Kimmy Reinhardt On Friday, May 27, Gov. Jared Polis visited the Colorado State University Pueblo campus, for a bill signing event on the campus’ newly opened Patio. The governor was accompanied by...

Always make sure to know your surroundings and be aware when you are out in public.

April 29, 2022

By Alorah Saldana-Vigil Spring is in the air! Unfortunately, so are the scams.  When going about your daily activities, be extra cautious about everyone around you and who (or what) could be potential...

Drug poisoning/overdose deaths in Colorado by involvement of specific drug type: Colorado residents, 1999–2017. [Courtesy image/Dr. Roberts]

Counterpoint: The reality of recreational cannabis

April 14, 2022

By: Hailee Langowski Colorado legalized medicinal and recreational cannabis in 2000 and 2012, respectively. On Jan. 1, 2014, the sale and consumption of cannabis became legal. Anyone over 21 can buy recreational...

Opinion: Point -- A veterans take on PTSD, pain and cannabis

Opinion: Point — A veteran’s take on PTSD, pain and cannabis

April 14, 2022

By Cassime Joseph According to the NJ Spotlight News, medical cannabis legally helps treat epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, AIDS, cancer and other chronic and painful illnesses. With the opioid crisis on...

Today illustration/Miguel Rodriguez

A look at Colorado’s cannabis legalization: Amendment 64

April 14, 2022

By Mike Milisavljevich  If you didn't already know, Amendment 64 is why the sale and possession of marijuana to adults 21 and over is legal here in the state of Colorado. The change was approved on the...

Since legalization in 2012 and implementation in 2014, the cannabis industry has had a booming impact on Pueblo Countys economy. [Shutterstock photo illustration]

Cannabis and its effects on Pueblo County

April 14, 2022

By Brandon Samora The United States is known as the melting pot of the world, and with all the different people, come different ideologies and thought processes. Therefore cannabis is not thought of the...

CBD-infused products, like this brand  of watermelon-flavored water, are growing in popularity at health food stores. [Today photo/Natashia Gebre-Zion]

Experts discuss the intersections of cannabis, health and food

April 14, 2022

‘Another tool in the tool kit’ By Natashia Gebre-Zion In 2018, the Farm Bill removed hemp from the Controlled Substances Act, making hemp and cannabidiol (CBD) legal in all 50 states.  CBD can be...

Editors note: A serious look at a significant industry

Editor’s note: A serious look at a significant industry

April 14, 2022

By Austin Belore This edition of “The Today” is unique, as we have decided to explore the world of cannabis and the greater cannabis industry. When this package was first brought up in one of our planning...

Photo by Alex Jara

El Pueblo History Museum’s ‘Borderlands’ lecture series continues

February 8, 2019

By Tiffany Underwood Staff writer This spring, the El Pueblo History Museum, the Fort Garland Museum and the Trinidad History Museum will be collectively hosting a series of events to celebrate the Borderlands...

Photo courtesy of KOAA.com

Provost shares vision for groundbreaking cannabis research at CSU-Pueblo

July 1, 2016

Rick Kreminski, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs at Colorado State University-Pueblo, is excited about the future of cannabis research at the college. The university recently...

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