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Chris Rourke

Times Editor

The Texas Attorney General has issued a letter to the Gunnison County Department of Health and Human Services saying the fifth amended Public Health Order unlawfully discriminates against nonresident homeowners.

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As Gunnison Valley residents struggle to cope with tighter restrictions through a fifth amended Public Health Order, more discouraging news came to light this week — the county recorded its second death due to complications from COVID-19, and the Senior Living Center has seen an outbreak of the illness.

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Local law enforcement agencies are prepared to crack down on those who don’t comply with the Gunnison County Public Health Order. Sheriff John Gallowich this week said his office is prepared to arrest violators but such action would be a “last resort.”

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The parking lot of Hartman Rocks Recreation Area has become crowded with local residents seeking relief from stay-at-home orders. However, concerns about whether recreationists are social distancing have arisen. On Saturday, more than 60 vehicles were seen parked closely at the base area. See page A4.

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Gunnison County health officials late Friday afternoon, April 3, have issued a fifth revision to a standing Public Health Order extending the restrictions from April 11 to April 30 and requiring those who do not live here to return home unless they have an approved exemption.

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(Navigating a Public Health Order means extra thought must be put into everyday life. We asked Gunnison County health officials to answer a few practical questions. Here are the responses.)

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