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As Gunnison County leaders adapt their efforts to attempt to control the spread of novel coronavirus — COVID-19 — the quantity and quality of testing has become the focus.

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As the impacts of slowing the spread of COVID-19 are clearly seen in the windows of Gunnison Valley stores, ranching appears to be business as usual — at least on the surface.

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Gunnison Valley has welcomed spring this year during a pandemic, and the great outdoors is still one of the few places available to enjoy for those willing to socially distance them-selves in the fresh air.

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Gov. Jared Polis just moments ago announced all school districts are being told to prepare school closure to extend through the end of the academic year, with e-learning to continue.

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Local health officials this morning, March 30, report a busy weekend in the emergency department at Gunnison Valley Hospital (GVH). On Sunday alone, three people were transferred out of GVH within just a few hours of each other.

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Gunnison County Health and Human Services Director Joni Reynolds this morning, March 27, said she is working on a new revision to the standing public health order. The fourth revision is expected later this morning.

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A Colorado bluebird enjoys a patch of green sprouts as snow melts away with warmer temperatures. The bird reminds us that even COVID-19 can’t prevent the advent of spring. Constance Mahoney

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Gunnison health officials have a strong message for the community in light of another week of novel coronavirus: We’re not through this yet.

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