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New Mexico will lift many business restrictions on June 1

Associated PressNew Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham removes her face mask at the start of an update on the COVID-19 outbreak during a news conference at the State Capitol in Santa Fe on May 27.

Two Durango motels deny homeless guests

Darren White and Donna Mae Baukat, both with Community Compassion Outreach, serve food to Andrew Miller, left, and Matt Longwell during a Coffee with the Homeless event in 2018. In May, Community Compassion Outreach received a grant to relocate people experiencing homelessness who are vulnerable to COVID-19. Two motels, however, no longer want to receive CCO’s clients.

Eli Tomac chasing title as Supercross returns

Eli Tomac competes in a Supercross event at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Tomac has a three-point series lead when racing resumes this weekend in Utah.

Republican primary will decide race for county commission

Registered voters in Montezuma County will receive ballots in the mail for the June 30 primary beginning the week of June 8.

Why a handful of Colorado lawmakers are afraid to go to the Capitol

Rep. Jovan Melton, an Aurora Democrat, poses for a portrait in Utah Park in Aurora on May 28, 2020. Melton, who is recovering from pneumonia and heart complications, was among a handful of Democratic legislators that decided to not return to the Capitol after the legislative pause due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Why a handful of Colorado lawmakers are afraid to go to the Capitol

Rep. Janet Buckner, an Aurora Democrat, holds a photograph of her and her husband, John Buckner, on May 28, 2020. It’s been five years since John died due to a respiratory illness. He served in the Colorado House of Representatives from Jan. 9, 2013, until his death on May 28, 2015.

Why a handful of Colorado lawmakers are afraid to go to the Capitol

Rep. Janet Buckner, an Aurora Democrat, poses for a portrait on her porch on May 28, 2020. Buckner, who is immunocompromised, was among a handful of at-risk Democrats in the House and Senate that stayed home, as the legislature got back to work after a two-month pandemic pause.

Colorado legislature won’t be in session after destructive protests

Participants carry placards as they march during a protest outside the state Capitol over the death of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man in police custody in Minneapolis, Thursday, May 28, 2020, in Denver. Close to 1,000 protesters walked from the Capitol down the 16th Street pedestrian mall during the protest.

Colorado legislature won’t be in session after destructive protests

Lawmakers packed into the House floor on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.

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