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  • 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.
  • The Colorado Secretary of State’s office says less than eleven percent of voters have returned their ballots with about a week left in this year’s election; The Attorney General’s Office in Utah is looking for help in suing the Biden administration over its decision to restore Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments.
  • Classes at Kemper Elementary School in Cortez are being moved online due to an outbreak of COVID-19 throughout the school; The U.S. Senate’s energy subcommittee on water and power held a hearing in Washington DC on Wednesday about ongoing drought conditions.
  • Manaugh Elementary School in Cortez has stopped in-person learning till September 7th due to a surge in COVID-19 infections; The Colorado Department of Agriculture is seeking information for an agricultural loan program; School started this week for the inaugural classes of kindergarteners and 1st graders at Kwiyagat Community Academy in Towaoc.