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United warns 36,000 workers they could be laid off

United Airlines is sending layoff warnings to 36,000 employees – nearly half its U.S. staff – in the clearest signal yet of how deeply the virus outbreak is hurting the airline industry. United officials said they hope to limit the number of layoffs by offering early retirement, but they have to send notices this month to comply with a law requiring that workers get 60 days’ notice ahead of mass job cuts.

United warns 36,000 workers they could be laid off

Empty United Airlines ticket machines are shown at the Tampa International Airport in Tampa, Fla. United Airlines will send layoff warnings to 36,000 employees – nearly half its U.S. staff – in the clearest signal yet of how deeply the virus outbreak is hurting the airline industry. United officials said Wednesday they still hope to limit the number of layoffs by offering early retirement, but they have to send notices this month to comply with a law requiring that workers get 60 days’ notice ahead of mass job cuts.
Associated article: What, a new coffeehouse?

What, a new coffeehouse?

A crepe at Brewed Awakenings, the new coffeehouse near Fort Lewis College.
Associated article: What, a new coffeehouse?

What, a new coffeehouse?

Sage Davis makes a crepe at Brewed Awakenings.
Associated article: What, a new coffeehouse?

What, a new coffeehouse?

Scot Davis, owner of Brewed Awakenings, and his daughter Sage Davis work on July 2 at the new coffeehouse on the mesa near Fort Lewis College. The shop opened Memorial Day weekend.
Associated article: What, a new coffeehouse?

What, a new coffeehouse?

Scot Davis, former firefighter and public information officer for the Durango Fire Protection District, stands in front of his new coffeehouse.

Trails less traveled in Southwest Colorado

Looking eastward from the summit of Jura Knob, the enchanting Grenadier Range and Needle Mountains are protected within the Weminuche Wilderness. Local recreation experts are asking both visitors and locals to spread out among the many trails the area has to offer, such as Jura Knob, instead of crowding the popular destinations.

Trails less traveled in Southwest Colorado

Jura Knob, left of image center, has fewer crowds and more wildflowers than Engineer Mountain.

Trails less traveled in Southwest Colorado

Hikers Lynn Coburn and Janna Ranson leave Missionary Ridge and start down the Stevens Creek Trail.

Trails less traveled in Southwest Colorado

Island Lake has the same aqua-blue hue of Ice Lake but is less overrun by tourists.
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