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  • Governor Jared Polis says Colorado does have the resources it needs to weather the latest wave of coronavirus infections fueled by the Omicron variant; the Navajo Nation Council approved more than five hundred million dollars in new pandemic assistance funding for tribal members.
  • A task force at the Colorado state Capitol has approved a plan to spend four hundred million dollars of coronavirus relief money on affordable housing projects; The City of Cortez is seeking input from the public on the candidates for Parks and Recreation Director and Public Works Director at two open house events this week.
  • A committee helping Colorado lawmakers decide how to spend four hundred million dollars of federal coronavirus relief money on affordable housing programs has released a draft of its recommendations; Students in the Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School District will once again be allowed to participate in off-campus extracurricular activities after in-person classes and extracurriculars were cancelled earlier in the week.
  • Health officials are marking international drug overdose day at the Colorado state Capitol on Wednesday morning by pledging to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to tackle the overdose issue in the coming years; The Mount Weber Fire continues to burn about six miles southwest of Mancos, near Weber Mountain, and is at 10% containment.
  • Colorado Senator John Hickenlooper says he tested positive for COVID-19 after experiencing mild symptoms; Colorado state lawmakers met Thursday to discuss how to spend hundreds of millions of federal coronavirus relief dollars on housing assistance programs; Students at Dine College have an opportunity to get free spring semester tuition this academic year.
  • Governor Jared Polis and dozens of Democratic lawmakers unveiled their plan on Monday to spend billions in federal coronavirus relief money.A wildfire…
  • Colorado lawmakers are closer to sending Governor Jared Polis a thirty four billion dollar budget that will mostly restore the drastic cuts made last year…
  • Vice President Kamala Harris visited Denver on Tuesday to promote the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package that was approved last week.Newly confirmed…