DENVER (AP) Residents of southeast Wyoming and northeast Colorado are still digging out from the blizzard that struck the area over the last two days, but life is returning to normal for most.
Most schools and government offices are reopening Friday. Airplanes are flying again, and the major interstates in both states are open.
Crews are still working to clear snow from some secondary roads, and slick spots remain on some highways.
More than 25,000 homes and businesses were still without power in Colorado, mostly in the Denver area. Xcel Energy says crews are being brought in from other states to help restore service.