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5 Things You Need To Know - March 6, 2020

A memorial was set up Monday for Gannon Stauch, the same day the El Paso County Sheriff's Office said his stepmother, Letecia Stauch, was taken into custody in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
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Letecia Stauch (EPCSO booking photo)
Pueblo community asked to weigh in on designs of new high schools
Posted at 5:06 AM, Mar 06, 2020

Good morning southern Colorado and here's what you need to know on your Friday morning.

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Church services happening this weekend for Gannon Stauch

This weekend, special services are being held at Restoration Church to remember 11-year-old Gannon Stauch. Gannon is presumed dead after the arrest of his stepmother, Letecia Stauch, who is charged with first-degree murder. The El Paso County Sheriff's Office said they have not found Gannon and will continue investigation efforts.
Primary vs. caucus: The differences and what you need to know

If you belong to a political party, you are able to participate in your party's caucus tomorrow. Differentiating between a primary and caucus is something that can be kind of confusing for people and it's especially important we know about both in our state. Here's what you need to know if you'd like to participate.
Public Health officials offer new details on COVID-19 cases

Governor Jared Polis says two people have tested as "presumptive positive" for COVID-19 or the novel coronavirus. At a press conference Thursday evening Gov. Polis said his office received word of a second positive result just before a planned press conference about the state's first positive test result.
Letecia Stauch returns to Colorado to face murder charges

The stepmother of Gannon Stauch arrived to the El Paso County Jail Thursday morning after deciding to not to fight her extradition to Colorado on charges of first-degree murder, child abuse resulting in death, tampering with a deceased human body and tampering with physical evidence.
Pueblo community asked to weigh in on design of new high schools

Voters approved the bond measure for $218 million in November that will help rebuild D60 schools. Those with the district said the new buildings being constructed for East and Centennial High Schools will cost around $75 million each, and they want the community to have a say in the design of the schools.
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