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as of 5pm, June 4 - Southwest Colorado confirmed COVID-19 cases by county: La Plata (82), Archuleta (8), Montezuma (46), Dolores (0), San Juan (1). Deaths due to Covid: Montezuma (2), Deaths among cases: LaPlata (1), Montezuma (1),,
Colorado COVID-19 totals: 27,360 cases, 1,512 deaths among cases, 1,255 deaths due to COVID-19, 4,460 hospitalized, 200,912 tested, 294 outbreaks,
Durango Public Library’s Summer Reading Programs run June 10 to Aug 1. Register online, call 970.375.3380 or email
Free drive-through COVID-19 testing in Archuleta County for everyone at the Archuleta Integrated Healthcare clinic, Tuesdays from 12pm to 4:30pm by appointment only. Call 970-264-2104, June 2nd through August 25th,
Five people associated with a downtown Durango construction site tested positive for COVID-19 as of June 2,
Watch the June 2, 2020 episode of Durango City Council Connection or the next zoom meeting Tuesday, June 16 at 6:30 pm,
Fire and smoking restrictions within City limits,
E-waste and more accepted at Durango Recycle center June 6,
Rise & Recover campaign fundraiser in partnership with Basin Printing at

Residential Sales Rebound with Opening

New listings are coming online, properties are going under contract, and sales resume as La Plata County begins to reopen. Can commercial real estate weather the storm?

Doing Your Part: Durango Concert Series

Charles Leslie, director of the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College, says the popular Music in the Park summer concert series will head online with artists performing from the concert-hall stage and from their home studios.

Protecting Kids from Warring Parents

When parents are involved in a bitter divorce, children often become the victims on the battleground. A non-profit offers a safe haven for kids while they interact with one parent or another.

Doing Your Part: Don’t Cancel Insurance

Ben Frihauf with Farmers Insurance of Durango offers advice about your insurance policies and what discounts and rebates may be coming your way in the wake of the pandemic.

‘Essential Train Service’ Delivers Hope

While the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad waits for approval from the state Health Department to begin runs to Silverton, an symbolic train delivered hope to the tiny town.

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