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The Canon City Tigers perform during the 4A Cheer CHSAA State Spirit Competition at the Denver Coliseum, in Denver, Colorado on Saturday, December 7, 2013.
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Organizers of Community Holiday Outreach still lack a number of items to place in the Christmas foodboxes, which will be assembled at 11 a.m. Dec. 13 and delivery, starting at 8 a.m. Dec. 14 from Loaves & Fishes.
9 a.m.-6 p.m. Holiday Arts and Crafts will continue in the Hope Lutheran Church fellowship hall at 312 S. Third St. in Westcliffe.
New Canon City police officer Stephanie Cabassa visits with Marketplace Shops owner Jacqueline Lindbald for the Holiday Foot Patrol Initiative Holiday shoppers and local merchants will see a lot more of the Canon City Police Department team this December for their Holiday Foot Patrol Initiative.
While scattered flurries are possible today, accumulating snow has ended. However, the bitter cold is here to stay.
Nicholas Ricca, 71, owner and operator of Home Town Pawns at 807 Cyanide Ave. in Canon City, was arrested by the Fremont County Sheriff's Office after a lengthy investigation by detectives.
Carl Clink places lights on a Toys for Tots cut out to place on a Marine Corps League Royal Gorge Detachment float for the Christmas Parade of Lights, which will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday in downtown Canon City.
Nearly seven decades of family tradition are about to enter a final chapter. Merlinos' Belvedere in Canon City is closing at the end of the month.
About two dozen full-time Royal Gorge Bridge & Park employees have been laid off following a wildfire that destroyed much of the tourist attraction this summer.
MUCH COLDER air continues to move into Southern Colorado. Snow likely won't be a big deal overnight.
Natalie Habig, 36, of Canon City was sentenced in district court Monday for her involvement in a fatal bicycle and motor vehicle accident that resulted in the death of a Canon City man, Kyle Keefe, 49. On Oct. 22, Habig was found not guilty of vehicular homicide, a class 4 felony; guilty of leaving the scene of an accident involving death, a class ... (more)
Rockvale resident Lara Roosevelt-Hennix received $32,500 from an insurance company after claiming a Florence Police officer used excessive force on her when he used a stun gun on her while handcuffed in a patrol car.
About two dozen full-time Royal Gorge Bridge & Park employees have been laid off.
Our partners at The Pueblo Chieftain report that The Royal Gorge Company of Colorado laid off 24 of its 41 employees Monday .