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Kindergarten students have day to shine at drive-thru graduation

Lissa Schulz, an Ignacio kindergarten student and daughter of Gina and Jeremy Schulz, holds onto her graduation cap during the windy drive-thru graduation ceremony Friday at Ignacio Elementary School. The students spent the last week of school doing graduation-based activities, like making graduation caps.

Kindergarten students have day to shine at drive-thru graduation

Kindergarten teacher Denise Richmond receives a gift from Darren Brunson, an Ignacio kindergarten student, and his family as they ride through the rolling graduation celebration line Friday at Ignacio Elementary School. Students had to stay in their cars to limit in-person contact and prevent spreading the coronavirus.

La Plata County man died of heart complications, not COVID-19, coroner rules

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La Plata County man died of heart complications, not COVID-19, coroner rules

La Plata County man died of heart complications, not COVID-19, coroner rules

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Durango doctor shares experience fighting COVID-19 in Farmington

Dr. Jenny Hargrove said there may be a false sense of security among people in Durango.

Durango doctor shares experience fighting COVID-19 in Farmington

Dr. Jenny Hargrove, emergency medicine physician at San Juan Regional Medical Center, commutes from her home in Durango and said the two communities often forget how connected they are.

Durango doctor shares experience fighting COVID-19 in Farmington

Dr. Jenny Hargrove considered moving into temporary housing to limit exposure to her family, but decided the emotional toll would be too great.

Colorado pauses to remember COVID-19 victims

As viewed through a fisheye lens, a lone pedestrian in a face mask passes by the City/County Building on Friday in Denver as the building is illuminated in red light to remember the more than 800 people in the state who have died from the new coronavirus. Buildings across the state were lighted red to coincide with a moment of silence at 7 p.m. Friday.

Archuleta County wants to reopen faster than state timeline

Archuleta County intends to request a variance from the state health department to open some businesses sooner than the state’s timeline.
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