How to file for unemployment during the coronavirus pandemic

Many young Americans have never dealt with unemployment. It can be a stressful and confusing process to navigate for lots of people, but it doesn’t need to be. Unemployment benefits have been a part of federal law since the Great Depression when they were included as part of the Social Security Act– a safety net… Keep Reading

Polis Bans Haircuts, Massages, Elective Surgeries And More As COVID-19 Fight Wages On

Haircuts, tattoos, massages and manicures are all the latest victims of the coronavirus. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment added them on Thursday to an existing order that’s closed restaurants, bars, theaters, and more across the state. That order was also extended through April 30. Separately, Gov. Jared Polis issued a new executive order Thursday temporarily suspending… Keep Reading

List of things closed, canceled or postponed in Colorado due to the coronavirus

COLORADO, USA — Health officials announced Colorado’s first presumed positive case of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, on Thursday, March 5. Since then, numerous other presumed positive cases have been confirmed. As the COVID-19 coronavirus spreads, sports leagues, conferences, events and musical acts are all reconsidering regular plans. Here’s the latest on what’s happening in Littleton.… Keep Reading

Calendar Change For Jeffco Schools

Jefferson County Public Schools announced a calendar change for schools next month on March 19th. Visit the Jeffco Schools website for the full post explaining the change, in English and Spanish. You can also visit the Colorado Education Association website to learn more about the CEA Day of Action.To find out more about For the Keep Reading

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