Runaway Semi: CSP Warns Drivers To Slow Down Through I-70 Mountain CorridorColorado State Patrol troopers warned semi-truck drivers to slow down through the Interstate 70 mountain corridor.
Summit County Seeing Success With COVID Vaccinations Thanks To Drive-Thru PodAs states struggle to find ways to effectively distribute and administer vaccinations, one Colorado community has found success through local pharmacies and a drive-thru pod.
Carlton Findley Sentenced After Cutting Coworker With Kitchen Knife At Breckenridge CafeA 39-year-old man was sentenced on Monday to 90 days behind bars after slashing his coworker a year ago near the base of Breckenridge ski resort.
COVID In Summit County: Move To Level Orange Raises Questions About Five Star CertificationColorado’s move to Level Orange from Level Red on Monday, while positive, has created questions when it comes to the state's 5 Star State Certification Program, specifically for the restaurant industry.
COVID In Summit County: Drive Up Vaccination Site Serves 320 Doses Per 4-Hour PeriodSummit County is one of the first in the state to begin COVID-19 vaccinations for the 70+ age group; by Thursday afternoon, it had administered more than 300 first doses of the coronavirus vaccine.
COVID In Summit County: Additional Vaccine Shipments Expected With 70+ Age Group ExpansionWithin hours of Summit County announcing on Wednesday it would begin vaccinations for community members 70 years and older, appointments were booked full.
COVID In Colorado: People Dine Inside Some Summit County Restaurants Under 5 Star ProgramSome restaurants in Summit County are seating patrons indoors once again, following the state’s approval of the 5 Star program. The program would allow increased capacity and indoor dining for restaurants that meet certain criteria.
Dillon Ice Castles Opens For This Weekend With COVID Restrictions In PlaceTickets are now on sale for an iconic winter attraction in the Town of Dillon: the Ice Castles.
COVID In Colorado: Mountain Snow A Welcome Sight For Skiers As Resorts Adapt To Coronavirus RestrictionsThe latest snowstorm in the high country means ski areas can finally start to open more terrain, but it’s still a slower start to the season for most. The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way resorts operate.
COVID In Summit County: Community Helps Renters, Families During Coronavirus PandemicThe Family and Intercultural Resource Center, a Summit County non-profit, has been helping families since the beginning of the pandemic but now, even some long-time residents can’t afford to stay.
Charitable Foundation Pays Off Mortgages For 2 Colorado Families After Deaths Of Firefighter, Army SergeantA charitable foundation has paid off the mortgages of two Colorado families following the line-of-duty deaths of Ken Jones, a Summit County firefighter, and Fort Carson-based Army Sgt. First Class Stephen Cribben.