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Wednesday, September 2, 2015
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Crew and a Registered Nurse arrived in the CareConnect Helicoptor to meet with Rye Fire Protection District personnel at a Colorado City in-service training Saturday.

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Pueblo, CO: Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office Law Enforcement- Citizens Academy. The P...

Pueblo County will pay another $136,000 to settle a dispute with it’s former budget and finance director. The agreement will pay Cal Hamler 10 months...

If you live in the Colorado City Metro District, you won’t have to rent your own dumpster or travel to a disposal facility to get rid of the trash you...

It’s okay Mildred, this Jersey Devil is as harmless as the rattle snake the carport of the residence resembles when viewed from the east and west si...

The Pueblo County Liquor and Marijuana Licensing Board approved four new marijuana farms before a standing-room-only crowd at the Pueblo County Courth...

The plea came from a trustee of the Town of Rye at a meeting last Wednesday night. Another trustee had turned in his resignation. Several months befo...

Dear Editor: In the beginning, Clifford Pattison gathered a few folks to do a play in 1989. By 1990 the folks became the Greenhorn Valley Players. ...

People leaving the labor force were the primary reason for a drop in Pueblo County unemployment in July according to employment data released last Fri...

National Non-Profit, Icing Smiles, Teams Up with Local Bakery, The Midnight Bakery Chocolate & More, Creates Amazing and Special Cakes for Sick Child...

After fifteen plus years the Wednesday Morning Painters are still brushing and daubing. Originally the group set up easels and paints at the Colorado ...

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All male high school students interested in playing on the Rye High School golf team please call Head Coach Dee Betz at 569.3841 to let him know you...

Results of the Thunder Run *Kids 1-Mile Run* *boys* *Riley Prichard 6:25 (Boys 1st Place)* *Remington Peterson 7:05 (Boys 2nd Place)* *Codah G...

Corbin Pagnotta won the 18th Annual Run for Rio, leading the field of nearly 50 entrants, in the race named for Rio Martinez, a Rye High School seni...

Six members of the Rye High School State Championship baseball team made the Santa Fe League All Conference Team. Six is the maximum number league ...

“”I’ve coached baseball for eleven years,” mused Rye High School Baseball Coach Stacie Graham. “One year while I was at Pueblo West we took a team ...

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