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Polis extends order closing schools, will address stay-at-home extension

Kindergarten teacher Katie Hoiland holds a reading intervention session Jan. 23, 2019, with kindergarteners at Aragon Elementary in Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8.

Iron Horse Bicycle Classic postponed because of coronavirus

Riders in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic women’s professional road race sprint through the Animas Valley in 2019.

Iron Horse Bicycle Classic postponed because of coronavirus

Hannah Bingham rides through Steamworks Brewing Co during the 2019 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic women’s professional mountain bike race in Durango.

Iron Horse Bicycle Classic postponed because of coronavirus

Riders in the Citizens Tour of the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic race the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad train through the Animas Valley during the 2016 edition of the IHBC. The 48-year tradition of the Iron Horse in Durango is on hold during the coronavirus pandemic. For the first time in 48 years, it won’t be held on Memorial Day weekend. Organizers hope to announce a new date for the cycling event by the end of April.

Iron Horse Bicycle Classic postponed because of coronavirus

Riders on the Citizens Race of the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic racing the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad train through the Animas Valley during the 2016 IHBC road race.

Iron Horse Bicycle Classic postponed because of coronavirus

Ned Overend of Durango flies down Coal Bank Pass on during the 2013 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro road race.

Iron Horse Bicycle Classic postponed because of coronavirus

Two of Durango’s brightest cycling stars, Howard Grotts, left, and Sepp Kuss make their way up Coal Bank Pass during the 2017 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race.

Update: Montezuma County officials talk about first coronavirus death

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Are city slickers escaping to Vallecito? Lake community sets up neighborhood watch

Community members near Vallecito Reservoir, pictured in 2018, are relying on each other in response to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. They plan to establish a neighborhood watch network after initially hoping for an enforceable “locals only” policy.

Southwest Memorial seeking in-house COVID-19 testing

Medical staff at Southwest Memorial Hospital are conducting flu and COVID-19 screenings at the EMS barn on the north side of the campus.
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