“Pennsylvania is going to receive $49 million for 10 airports, including $3.5 million for Pittsburgh International Airport to support an exciting energy efficient infrastructure program, $5 million for Arnold Palmer Regional Airport, where the president will be later this week,” Secretary Chao said. “That is to reconstruct a taxiway and strengthen a runway.” … [Read more...] about U.S. Transportation Department Allotting Funds To Pittsburgh Airport, Arnold Palmer Airport
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Beckley also owns the Iron Mountain Hot Springs, where just one couple soaked Tuesday afternoon in the 16 geothermal pools and two families splashed in the swimming pool. Because of COVID-19, the resort limits usage, by limiting visitors to two hours inside and requiring reservations. A sign outside Tuesday showed availability for all 23 time slots. … [Read more...] about “What’s next? An asteroid?” Wildfire, pandemic drop double whammy on Glenwood Springs
Wildfire map Click markers for details, use buttons to change what wildfires are shown. Map data is automatically updated by government agencies and could lag real-time events. Incident types are numbered 1-5 — a type 1 incident is a large, complex wildfire affecting people and critical infrastructure, a type 5 incident is a small wildfire with few personnel involved. Find more information about incident types at the bottom of this page. … [Read more...] about Colorado wildfires update: Latest on Pine Gulch, Grizzly Creek, Cameron Peak and Williams Fork fires
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Along the stadium’s southwest entrance, trucks and pedestrians pass the beloved statue of Ralphie at rest, dubbed “The Monarch of the Plains,” a monument of bronze and stone that has survived wind, rain, sleet, snow, and floods. A large, white face-covering now stretches across the bison’s nose, with elastic reaching back across each horn, a message of solidarity and a reminder of the invisible grip the pandemic holds over everybody. … [Read more...] about Thanks to COVID-19, Colorado’s football fields will be silent on Fridays and Saturdays. So what do we do now?