Supporting Mr. Snowdown

January 18 2018
NEWS BRIEFS
Yellow Jacket Fire: 395 acres, 0% containment, 80 personnel, no structures threatened, no evacuations ordered. . . Spring Fire: 120 acres, 0% containment, 80 personnel, no structures threatened, no evacuations ordered. . . Morefield Fire: 46 acres in Mesa Verde National Park, no containment, no park service interruptions. . . Beaver Creek Fire: Out. . . Loading Pen Fire: 42 acres, 95% containment. . . East Canyon Fire: 2,905 acres, 100% containment. . . Durango cancels July 4 fireworks due to extremely dry conditions.
Southwest Colorado confirmed COVID-19 cases by county: La Plata (97), Archuleta (8), Montezuma (69), Dolores (0), San Juan (1). Deaths due to Covid: Montezuma (2), Deaths among cases: LaPlata (1), Montezuma (1), sjbpublichealth.org, montezumacounty.org
Colorado COVID-19 totals: 31,479 cases, 5,386 hospitalized, 1,669 deaths among cases, 1,475 deaths due to COVID-19, 299,772 tested, 338 outbreaks, colorado.gov

Former Durango resident Terry Fiedler not only was the first-ever Snowdown coordinator, but he remained actively involved with the wintertime celebration for nearly 40 years. Now he's suffering from Alzheimer's, and Snowdown wants your support by purchasing 40 years of Snowdown memorabilia.

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