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The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment released results from a survey asking Coloradans about their perceptions and attitudes related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Nearly 45,000 Coloradans completed the survey between March 22-24

Note: This survey was conducted prior to the state-wide stay-at-home order.

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Collegiate Peaks Bank made a donation of $150 to the Buena Vista Optimists which is intended to go towards funding the Mountain Mania Car Show…

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March 16, Quilts of Valor presented a quilt to Joe Beakey of Poncha Springs.  He served in the Air Force for 26 years, received a Bronze Star,…

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Gary Mason of Poncha Springs served in the Army from 1965 to 1968 in Vietnam.  He received a Purple Heart and is a disabled veteran suffering …

“I continue urging my fellow Coloradans to stay home whenever possible. This global pandemic is not a competition about what you think you can get away with. The data we put forth today shows that staying home is crucial to saving lives. These are not statistics on a page, these are your neighbors, your friends, and even your family members,” said Gov. Jared Polis. “Our community and our economy will come out of this stronger than before but that means everyone must do their part.”

Gov. Polis and the Department of Health and Environment also updated the public health order corresponding with the stay-at-home executive order.