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Eagles take South Central League title in 40-14 win over Wildcats

By James Bartolo After their first win of the season against league opponent Durango, Pueblo East Eagle head coach Andy Watts made a bold statement. “Now we're ready to win league,” Watts said. Flash forward four weeks and Watts’ promise is a reality. The Eagles captured the 3A South Central League title with a 40-14 regular season win Friday night against the Pueblo Central Wildcats. This feat is especially significant considering the Eagles’ slow start to the season. After losing their first five regular season non league games, the Eagles...
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Veterans weren’t always appreciated

By Chianna Schoethaler Veterans Day began as a part of World War I and over the years has gone through a variety of changes to what it is today. Seven months before World War I officially ending, an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostiles between various allied nations and Germany went into effect on the eleventh hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. The war officially ended on June 28, 1919, in Versailles, France, outside of the Palace of Versailles however, Nov. 11, 1918, is often referenced as...
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Camaraderie at CSU-Pueblo

By Alex Purcell Transfer from the Air Force to the Army is a rare occurrence among military personnel, but that’s exactly the move that Anthony Clark made. Clark became an enlisted airman in the Air Force in 2005. He wanted to advance and become and officer, but due to delays in the promotion boards, he soon realized the delays could stall his career. He decided to transfer to Army as an officer, which was the better choice. He said it turned out better than he originally anticipated. “How the Air...
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The right fit for Palmieri

By Allie Narro John Palmieri is a student at Colorado State University- Pueblo but he’s not just an ordinary student, he’s a student veteran. “I decided to join the Army because it seemed like the right fit for me at the time,” said Palmieri. Palmieri said joining the Army has always been a dream of his. It started because every male on his mother’s side of the family had been in the military and each had served in a war going back to World War II. Throughout his military career...
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Veterans week rundown

By Katryna Pona Colorado State University- Pueblo will begin hosting a week of activities for Veterans from Nov. 6-11. These activities will include the Veterans Art Exhibit, resource fair, Stolen Valor Act presentation, Post-traumatic stress disorder training, CSU-Pueblo pride rock painting, and much more. “During the week of 11/6 to 11/11 faculty, staff and students come together to celebrate those who have dedicated their lives to their country, come help us celebrate,“ Dana Rocha, director of Veteran Affairs, said. The Veterans Art Exhibit will be an all week event on...
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