The meeting will be held the in the Historic Pueblo County
PUEBLO – A new program with goals of increasing local jobs, the tax base and the local economy was revealed at Razmataz Tuesday, August 1, 2017. The Spotlight on Local Business Program, was developed by the Pueblo County Buy Local Advisory Board as a public education campaign to encourage purchasing from Pueblo County independently owned and operated businesses.
PUEBLO - Goat Yoga, a kid-organized blood drive for adults, Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office K-9 demonstration, national firefighter Olympiad, high-energy country concert from Mike Love, civic leader barbecue and railroading displays will be new to the 2017 Pueblo County Fair line-up.
The Pueblo County Fair Board invites the media to interview representatives from the Pueblo County Fair and its new exhibitors at a Pueblo County Fair kick-off press conference at the Colorado State Fairgrounds Livestock Pavilion on Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 1 p.m.
PUEBLO – Pueblo County is spearheading paid parental leave policy ahead of most municipal governments and private employers nationwide.
BY JON POMPIA, THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN - JPOMPIA@CHIEFTAIN.COM
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PUEBLO – Pueblo’s Board of County Commissioners welcomed Jojo’s Sriracha to Pueblo on Monday, June 19. The company was attracted to Pueblo after seeing the Pueblo Chile Grower’s Association’s Pueblo Chile branding campaign, learning about the Excelsior Farmer’s Exchange incubator kitchen space at the former Excelsior Middle School in Avondale, as well as the growth opportunities and support Pueblo County’s Economic Development Department offers to small businesses.
PUEBLO – For the second year in a row, Pueblo County will be applying for a grant-matching opportunity to double the amount of scholarship dollars available to Pueblo’s graduating high school seniors.
PUEBLO – The population of the Pueblo Zoo grew from 500 to 60,500 on Tuesday, April 18 when 60,000 bees were installed in what will be the first smart-hive in Southern Colorado.
PUEBLO – The Southwest Chief and Front Range Passenger Rail Commission bill, a bill to support Front Range rail service and save the current Southwest Chief Commission from expiring, passed its final House reading in the Colrorado Legislature on Tuesday, April 18.
The bill, passed with broad bipartisan support by a 40 to 25 vote, will now expand the South West Chief Commission’s scope, membership and mission to include expanding passenger rail along Colorado’s Front Range.
PUEBLO – For the first time since the November election, the Pueblo Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) was given a review of what is now known as the 1A Community Improvement Program.
The review included an explanation of the planning process, how decisions by the BOCC will enable the 1A projects to be funded and gave a general overview of each of the 20 project’s current status.
PUEBLO – Pueblo County has spent more than $1 million dollars in unanticipated, over-budget, infrastructure failures. The jail is 145 percent above capacity, which is putting detention deputies’ safety at risk and exacerbating the overall aging conditions of the jail.
Press were given a rare opportunity to be led through the deteriorating Pueblo County Detention Center on Wednesday, April 5, by Pueblo County Commissioner Garrison Ortiz and Pueblo County Sheriff Kirk Taylor. Commissioner Garrison Ortiz is the leader of the recently formed Pueblo County Jail Task Force.