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There are few places in our state that can better tell the rich history of Colorado than the Pueblo steel mill. For more than 150 years, the Pueblo steel mill has stood the test of time, lasting through severe economic downturns, local labor strikes, and marketdriven changes in demand that nearly pushed the mill to extinction.
U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton is asking congressional leaders to back President Trump's tariffs on Chinese steel in any upcoming relief measures tied to the coronavirus pandemic.
Over the past several weeks, many of us have noticed some of our favorite foods missing or in short supply at grocery stores and have even seen signs posted limiting the number of certain items customers may purchase.
By Joey Bunch
May 21, 2020
At no other time in his political career has the credibility of Gov. Jared Polis been more important.
At a rally at the Capitol on Sunday, people openly questioned his honesty and integrity in restraining the economy to save lives during the ongoing health crisis.
Mankind is no stranger to global pandemics. Outbreaks of deadly viruses have and will continue to test our resiliency and force us to band together to find ways to contain the spread, build immunity, or quickly find a vaccine.
The COVID-19 outbreak is unlike any other crisis we’ve faced, and it is testing the resiliency of communities across the nation. In Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, like in most places, small businesses are closed, families are home, students are learning remotely, and many others are worried about their futures.
Although essential businesses are allowed to stay open during this COVID-19 pandemic, such companies are learning to adapt to the changes.
That’s been the case for a frequented local coffee shop.
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KJCT News)-- On Thursday Congressman Scott Tipton along with statewide and local experts gave updates on the response to COVID-19.
Tipton says he has introduced a bill that aims to improve the federal response to mass emergencies.
U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton had a message Tuesday for state and federal emergency planners: Coronavirus could reach the countryside, and rural health care is the first line of defense.