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REGAN FOSTER: Thank you, Pueblo, for believing in our community

Regan Foster
Pueblo County resident Regan Foster is a professor of journalism at Colorado State University Pueblo and faculty adviser to the student-run newspaper The Today; a founding member of the Pueblo Star Journal; an 18-year veteran of print and broadcast news; and a member of the Southern Colorado Press Club board of directors.
Posted April 29, 2022 by Regan Foster

CARTOON: Pueblo says goodbye to the pandemic ...

CARTOON: Pueblo says goodbye to the pandemic ...
Going, going ... GONE!
Posted April 28, 2022 by Justin Morenz

Warm-season vegetables: It’s almost planting time

Sherie Shaffer
Sherie Shaffer is a horticulture agent with CSU Extension-Pueblo County.
Posted April 28, 2022 by Sherie Shaffer

Goodnight Barn: Honoring and saving Pueblo’s western heritage

Laurel Campbell
Laurel Campbell is the chair of the Goodnight Barn Historic Preservation Committee and president of the nonprofit. She serves as a commissioner on Pueblo’s Historic Preservation Commission and has served on the board of directors of Historic Pueblo, Inc., for 10 years, serving twice as president. She is president of the Pueblo Heritage Museum and has spent many hours researching Pueblo’s history.
Posted April 28, 2022 by Laurel Campbell

AUSTIN BELORE: No ‘shame’ here - life lesson was frustrating but sweet

Austin Belore
Austin Belore is a proud pet parent and a senior studying English and media communication at Colorado State University Pueblo. He is the design director for the university’s student-run newspaper, The Today.
Posted April 28, 2022 by Austin Belore

Master Gardeners: A gardening resource for all

Sherie Shaffer
Sherie Shaffer is a horticulture agent with CSU Extension-Pueblo County.
Posted April 28, 2022 by Sherie Shaffer

GREGORY HOWELL: Community, creativity and courage define Pueblo and the PSJ

Gregory Howell
Gregory Howell is the founder of the Kadoya Gallery, the creative consultant for Watertower Place and its revolutionary Rational Factory, the chair of the Pueblo Community College Media Communication Department’s Advisory Council, the vice-chair of the Pueblo Historic Preservation Commission, and a storyteller, artist and overall Renaissance man.
Posted March 18, 2022 by Gregory Howell

REGAN FOSTER: PSJ providing a voice of, for and by Pueblo

Regan Foster
Pueblo County resident Regan Foster is a professor of journalism at Colorado State University Pueblo and faculty adviser to the student-run newspaper The Today; a founding member of the Pueblo Star Journal; an 18-year veteran of print and broadcast news; and a member of the Southern Colorado Press Club board of directors.
Posted March 18, 2022 by Regan Foster

PAULA McPHEETERS: PSJ's focus on local news honors city’s history and maps its future

Paula McPheeters
Paula McPheeters is a wife and mom above all else. She is a Pueblo native and works, lives and gives in her community. She is a member of the Pueblo Star Journal board of directors.
Posted March 18, 2022 by Paula McPheeters

ILLUSTRATION: Dawn of new chapter in Pueblo news

ILLUSTRATION: Dawn of new chapter in Pueblo news
Special to The Pueblo Star Journal
Posted March 18, 2022 by Justin Morenz

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