For the past 30 years, Jose Garcia, 53, has traveled from his village in Guanajuato, Mexico, to Palisade to work in the orchards. Garcia possesses a green card, which means he can permanently live and work in the United States. With the danger of COVID-19, Garcia is hesitant to stay in the U.S. and try to find more work. (Luna Anna Archey, Special to The Colorado Trust)

Devastated by weather and the coronavirus pandemic, Western Slope farm workers try to hold on

In Palisade, the coronavirus outbreak and a crop-damaging spring freeze hit seasonal farmworkers particularly hard

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Aurora will offer its 4,000 teachers two coronavirus tests a month come fall. Will other school districts follow?

A tool developed with help from Harvard and MIT epidemiologists aims to help Aurora Public Schools staff better access coronavirus tests and track symptoms and cases

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Telluride Film Festival canceled due to coronavirus

Organizers said Tuesday that the festival's 47th edition, scheduled for Labor Day weekend, was scuttled entirely due to the pandemic

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Trump administration rescinds rule requiring foreign students to attend in-person classes or leave U.S.

Colorado and 16 other states on Monday sued to block the rule from going into effect