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CJ’s Diner, which drew loyal customers, to close after 22 years

Co-owner Jerry Martinez challenged COVID-19 restrictions on restaurants

Coronavirus spikes in Southwest Colorado, but vaccines reduce severity

Montezuma and La Plata counties have high vaccination rate

Fort Lewis College offers scholarships to those majoring in public health

FLC is one of five institutions to receive funding from Colorado Housing and Financial Authority

Silverton sees strong start to summer season

After the pandemic, the town and development groups make a push to reshape the local economy

New COVID-19 surge arrives sooner than expected in La Plata County

San Juan Basin Public Health recommends return to masks

Too early to know if rising COVID-19 positivity start of new Colorado wave, officials say

Omicron subvariant called BA.2 could account for 21% of new cases

Biden to tap Navajo health head to lead federal agency

Indian Health Service has $7.4 billion budget and provides care to 2.6 million people

Two years after COVID’s arrival, Colorado in ‘best position,’ officials say

Virus has killed more than 12,500 and infected about 1.3 million statewide

Polis says vaccinated Coloradans can ‘live your normal, pre-pandemic life’

CDPHE director estimates 90% of residents are immune from getting severely ill from omicron variant

What will we hear from Biden’s State of the Union? Colorado leaders weigh in

Representatives, strategist expect energy production and COVID-19 to be focus of speech

Durango School District 9-R releases survey results for lifting mask mandates

Board of Education to discuss policies Tuesday night

Southwest Health reports lower hospital volume as omicron cases wane

Hospital officials remain cautious despite lull