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Colorado Springs Gazette (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Colorado Springs, Colorado 2014 pulitzer prize for National reporting entertainment 2 productions 5 tonys apiece Best musical Winner Quot fun Home Quot and Best play Winner a the curious incident of the dog in the night time Quot each took Home numerous awards sunday night at the Tony awards hosted by Alan Cumming and Kristen Chenoweth. A6 sports Mew a a a i % l Vav Jap up amp a or a i a v t i of Fco a Donnell honoured in track Fountain fort Carson sprinter Tevin Donnell who won four titles at the state track meet is the gazettes Peak performer of the year. Cd family Gazette pothole poetry Champ of words could Patch potholes Colorado Springs would have it made. Barbara Lewis the Gazette s pothole poetry contest Winner riffed on a Nursery rhyme. I serving Colorado Springs amp Wmk Pekks Peak Kinion since 1h72 i monday i ,2015 $1.50 Legal pot still a work in Progress state lawmakers pass 12 marijuana Laws this year by Mcgan Schrader in the final Days of the 2015 legislative session gov. John Hickenlooper a office asked for a $300,000 earmark to fund a crackdown on toxic pesticides being used in Legal marijuana grows in Colorado. It was a last minute scramble in response to a very real health and safety Issue associated with the states burgeoning recreational pot Industry. And it typifies the frenetic frenzy with which lawmakers have attempted to get a handle on pot since voters opened pot related Laws a list of marijuana related Bills passed this session. A4 the door to recreational marijuana stores in 2012. A a it a been pretty vexing. We be made headway More rapidly than we thought a Hickenlooper said. A a it a hard to take something that a never been done before from scratch and create a regulatory More than 30 Bills were introduced during the 2015 legislative session dealing with marijuana or hemp. Twelve became Law. A the legislature is going to pass a dozen marijuana Bills a year Here for the foreseeable future just As we continue to tinker with this and address some of the loopholes and problems we discover along the Way Quot said sen. Pat Steadman the sponsor of several pot regulation and tax Bills. A but its getting better All the time. Most people you talk to see Bills Paim 4 speeding downhill downtown Deal of the Day mile i Media $29 for a 2015 Southern Colorado vip Golf card. $50 value at wow. or >-077-216-4689 weather m 8 . Noon 55 72 4 . 8 . Ftp. 75 87 ass Woy meteorologist Brian Bledsoe s Complete forecast Index a3 nation a world by local the state b2 crime stoppers is obituaries cd sports i family photos by Logan Riely. The Gazette photos online to View a photo gallery from the pikes Peak soap Box Derby go to . Gage Proksch 13, of Colorado Springs above sits in his cart before running in the masters division during the All american pikes Peak soap Box Derby on a stretch of Costilla Street on sunday. Drivers ranging in age from 7 to 19 flew Down a 750-foot stretch of Costilla Street and reached speeds of up to 30 mph. At left a competitor zips Down the course. Schools struggle to retain hire Quality teachers ,44802"00001l a a i r in lha Mou vol u4 a no h a copy Richt a Zou by Debbie Kelley dabble Kafity of Azetta. Con a smaller stable of candidates stymied funding and stiff Competition have made attracting and keeping Good teachers increasingly difficult for local Public school districts. But a a it a not just Colorado. Places Are struggling with teacher recruitment nationwide a said Paul Mccarty superintendent at Hanover school District 28, South of Fountain. The Market seems to be tightening in general said revolving door a Chart shows local teacher turnover statistics. A6 Matt Meister spokesman for Falcon school District 49, East of Colorado Springs. A the Overall candidate Pool is contracting a he said. Reasons vary. Some believe that bickering Over education policy controversy about standardized testing and growing demands on teachers Are discouraging Young adults from entering the Field. But its Likely due to a combination of factors said Walt Cooper superintendent of Cheyenne Mountain school District 12 near the Broadmoor. A the Pool of candidates for every position is typically smaller than it was to years ago a Cooper said. A it would Mam get your creativity flowing Fine arts Center Art classes for ill Ages and skill Levels new classes starting each week cf6neartsceiiter.org 1719.475.2444 a Rino museum j theatre Art school Hui he

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