Starting Saturday (Mar. 13), the Colorado Legislature will temporarily adjourn all legislative activities until March 30th.
Colorado Mountain College is extending spring break for one week, through March 20th.
The City of Salida has evaluated the COVID-19 pandemic and prepared a response.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is reporting the first COVID-19 related death in Colorado has occurred.
Chaffee County Commissioners have declared a Local Disaster Emergency due to the Coronavirus.
Salida and Buena Vista Schools have cancelled all classes starting Monday, March 16th through March 29th.
Cancelations and postponements are streaming in due to the fear of spreading the cornavirus.
In an open letter to the public, Superintendent David Blackburn addressed COVID-19 concerns, the cancellation of all spring sports, and the possibility of school closures.
The threat of the coronavirus has thrust us into uncertain times… but one thing is clear: we need to continue to support local businesses.
The Ark Valley Humane Society reminds us to include our pets in all COVID-19 emergency preparedness plans.
This week Dave Haynes and Terry West talk about the art of Dungeons & Dragons model building with guest Ryan O’Brien, new comics this week, and how COVID-19 is affecting the industry.
It’s been a busy 24 hours with events surrounding the coronavirus, or COVID-19. Here’s what’s happening locally and nationwide.