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On this day: A man, a plan, a canal

View east from Lockport, N.Y., on the Erie Canal, engraved after a picture by W.H. Bartlett, 1839.

Ski resorts adapt to new normal amid pandemic

Skiers ride a chair lift into a bank of fog at Colorado’s Beaver Creek Resort in 2019. Resorts are trying to figure out how to safely reopen and are asking guests to embrace a new normal while skiing and snowboarding amid a pandemic. That could mean wearing face masks, standing 6 feet apart in lift lines, no dine-in service, riding lifts only with your group and no large gatherings for an apres drink.

Ski resorts adapt to new normal amid pandemic

Skiers wear face coverings May 27 as they wait to board a lift at the reopening of Arapahoe Basin Ski Resort, which closed in mid-March to help in the effort to stop the spread of the new coronavirus, in Keystone. Winter sports enthusiasts will encounter restrictions at resorts in the season ahead to accommodate COVID-19 rules.

Ski resorts adapt to new normal amid pandemic

A sign reminds skiers to wait at socially-distant intervals before getting on a lift May 27 at the reopening of Arapahoe Basin Ski Resort, which closed in mid-March to help in the effort to stop the spread of the new coronavirus, in Keystone. The virus has created a number of new wrinkles for skiers and snowboarders to navigate when the winter sports season opens.

Ski resorts adapt to new normal amid pandemic

A sign reminds skiers and snowboarders to practice social distancing May 27 while wearing a face covering in lift lines at the reopening of Arapahoe Basin Ski Resort, which closed in mid-March to help in the effort to stop the spread of the new coronavirus, in Keystone. The virus will create a new environment for skiers and snowboarders in the winter sports season ahead.

Snow expected: 16 inches up high, 5 inches in Durango

A snowstorm expected to move into Southwest Colorado late Sunday night or early Monday morning may leave up to 16 inches in the high country of the San Juan Mountains and up to 5 inches in Durango. Most of the snow is expected to fall Monday, with the bulk of the storm moving out of the region Tuesday morning.

Woolverton injured, but No. 2 Durango rolls to big win at Pueblo County

Durango’s Ben Finneseth runs for a touchdown on Saturday in the second half at Pueblo County.

Woolverton injured, but No. 2 Durango rolls to big win at Pueblo County

Durango running back Nate Messier had another big game on the ground Saturday at Pueblo County with two first-half touchdown runs..

Woolverton injured, but No. 2 Durango rolls to big win at Pueblo County

After running for a touchdown, Durango quarterback Ben Finneseth is hoisted in the air by center Joshua Bates on Saturday at Pueblo County.

Woolverton injured, but No. 2 Durango rolls to big win at Pueblo County

Durango’s Jordan Woolverton completes a pass against Pueblo County on Saturday in Pueblo. Woolverton was throwing through a shoulder injury Saturday that led him to leave the game at halftime.
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