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Durango restaurant closes for good because of COVID-19 financial hardships

Kassidy’s Kitchen in Bodo Park is closing as a result of COVID-19 restrictions.

Durango restaurant closes for good because of COVID-19 financial hardships

Kassidy’s Kitchen staff members serve some of their last customers Thursday at the Bodo Industrial Park diner. The popular breakfast and lunch spot plans to close as a result of financial struggles brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Quarantine lifted for Durango stars Finneseth, Woolverton

With the help of a block from Joshua Bates (64), Durango’s Gage Mestas runs during a game against Evergreen earlier this season. After missing the better part of two games with a concussion, Mestas returned to DHS practice this week in time for the state quarterfinals.

Quarantine lifted for Durango stars Finneseth, Woolverton

Durango quarterback Jordan Woolverton, left, and wide receiver Ben Finneseth, right, will be back with the Demons this weekend. They returned to practice Thursday after a 14-day quarantine, though neither ever tested positive for COVID-19. They have two days to prepare for Lutheran.

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Associated article: Cortez hospital hit by pandemic

Cortez hospital hit by pandemic

A ventilator machine at Southwest Memorial Hospital in Cortez in a room that has negative pressure for COVID-19 patients. The hospital is increasing bed capacity because of the increase in COVID-19 cases.
Associated article: Cortez hospital hit by pandemic

Cortez hospital hit by pandemic

Tom Sykes, left, a respiratory therapist at Southwest Memorial Hospital in Cortez, and Dennis Delaney, a paramedic, log tests at the drive-thru COIVD-19 testing site at the hospital in this file photo.
Associated article: Cortez hospital hit by pandemic

Cortez hospital hit by pandemic

Meghan Higman, inpatient services director at Southwest Memorial Hospital in Cortez, demonstrates a ventilator machine at the hospital in a room that is negative pressure for COVID-19 patients.

With final weeks looming, Senate subcommittee takes testimony on CORE Act

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet is pushing for passage of the CORE Act before the current Congress adjourns. The legislation would protect 400,000 acres of public land in the state, including 52,000 acres in the San Juan Mountains.

With final weeks looming, Senate subcommittee takes testimony on CORE Act

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