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Rockies Today

March 16 · Issue #91 · View online
The big stories up and down the Rocky Mountains, curated by Mountain West News

Mountain West economy in quarantine
'The reality is setting in': Colorado’s high country braces for coronavirus’ social and economic impact 'The reality is setting in': Colorado’s high country braces for coronavirus’ social and economic impact
Colorado governor orders all ski resorts to close for at least a week in extraordinary move
Vail, Alterra close 49 ski resorts amid virus outbreak
January unemployment shows a healthy Colorado economy now, but we won’t know the coronavirus impact for months
Hotels, convention centers, airlines caught in the coronavirus vortex facing $80 million loss
Denver restaurants are ordered closed except for carryout and delivery
Salt Lake County restaurants and bars to close
How COVID-19 is affecting the tourism industry
U.S. oil companies cut capital spending on new rigs
Oil price collapse driving more producers to brink of bankruptcy
Calgary businesses, employees face potential massive COVID-19 fallout
Rural towns insulated from coronavirus now may take a harder hit later
Tribes brace for coronavirus
Coronavirus could strain some Native American tribes: 'It's going to be a test' Coronavirus could strain some Native American tribes: 'It's going to be a test'
Tribes declare emergencies, recommend self quarantine after off-reservation travel
Wind River tribes enact travel restrictions, prepare for the coronavirus
Montana lawmakers urge IHS to extend services to Little Shell Tribe amid COVID-19
Federal workers in limbo
Millions of federal workers still waiting on work-from-home order during coronavirus pandemic Millions of federal workers still waiting on work-from-home order during coronavirus pandemic
Pumping the brakes
Courts slow Trump's push to open public lands to oil drilling Courts slow Trump's push to open public lands to oil drilling
More public lands news:
The Park Service is selling out to telecom giants
With coronavirus travel limits, Utah’s national parks may be your best—and safest—bet for a getaway
Stuck at home? Stay healthy (and isolated) by getting outside
It could be easier for you to find public land if Idaho congressman’s plan passes
Cory Gardner introduces bill adding 40,038 acres of wilderness to Rio Grande National Forest
Yellowstone always on his mind
How warming boosts bison
Satellite observations aid bison management Satellite observations aid bison management
More wildlife news:
What’s threatening the elusive wolverine?
Grizzly bear hazing rules allow paintballs
Leaders from 12 Idaho communities urge swift action to recover salmon before it’s too late
‘Cyanide bomb’ that injured Idaho boy, killed dog has just been banned—for now
What else we're reading today
Smith River mine gets closer to approval; groups promise challenge
ACLU files lawsuit over Montana's ballot collection law
Indian Country leaders urge Native people to be counted in 2020 Census
MMIW families still need enforceable legislation
Montana faces youth lawsuit over its energy policy
How, where, and why Montana became the grayest state in the West
After consecutive walkouts, can Oregon bridge its political gap?
Congratulations! You got into college without even applying.
Inside a Seattle lab working to develop a COVID-19 vaccine
Everything you need to know about coronavirus testing
Rockies Today is edited by Matthew Frank, Fellow in Regional Journalism at the O’Connor Center for the Rocky Mountain West at the University of Montana. 
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