Pack Women rally over Hardrockers

By Luke Siggins Staff writer On a night when Colorado State University Pueblo had seven players, on the second game of a back-to-back, they were able to rally and beat South Dakota Mines (8-13) to improve their record to 13-10 overall and 11-6 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.   Senior Jennah Knafelc led the team in […]

POST A NEW COMMENT READ THE ARTICLE

El Pueblo History Museum’s ‘Borderlands’ lecture series continues

By Tiffany Underwood Staff writer This spring, the El Pueblo History Museum, the Fort Garland Museum and the Trinidad History Museum will be collectively hosting a series of events to celebrate the Borderlands of southern Colorado exhibits in Pueblo. The events are free and open to the public in hopes to expand the understanding of […]

POST A NEW COMMENT READ THE ARTICLE

UCCS defeats Pack from the line

By Luke Siggins Staff Writer A lackluster fourth quarter Saturday night left Pack Women’s Basketball with a loss against UC-Colorado Springs. Their 67-59 loss Saturday at Massari Arena dropped CSU-Pueblo Women’s Basketball to 11-10 overall and 9-6 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.   Both teams were neck-and-neck in every statistical category except in free throws […]

POST A NEW COMMENT READ THE ARTICLE

Super Bowl LIII brings new story for a familiar matchup 

By Jacob Duran Staff Writer The biggest game of the year kicks off Sunday at 4:30 p.m on CBS. Super Bowl LIII features a repeat matchup of  Super Bowl XXXVI; the New England Patriot’s first Super Bowl victory. The Patriots have since established themselves as frequent Super Bowl contenders and champions. They return to face […]

POST A NEW COMMENT READ THE ARTICLE

Villa Bella Expeditionary to host opening ceremony

By Victoria Jimenez Assistant editor From CSU-Pueblo officials and Villa Bella Expeditionary officials;   Villa Bella Expeditionary, Pueblo’s first Expeditionary K-5 charter elementary school will officially break ground Jan. 21 at 10:30 a.m. at 2390 Rawlings Blvd., located south of Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl. The ceremony will include brief statements from Scott Robertshaw, VBE […]

POST A NEW COMMENT READ THE ARTICLE

Women’s basketball looks to finish strong

By James Gavato Staff writer Although the women’s basketball team played a hard season on the court, the group remains familiar with struggles. The Thunderwolves are currently 8-7 overall, and 6-3 in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play. The Pack are 3-3 on the road, and 5-4 at Massari Arena, including dropping both contests last weekend. […]

POST A NEW COMMENT READ THE ARTICLE
Next1 2 21 22Prev