October 30, 2020


Kit Carson County Memorial

Kit Carson County Health Service District continues to work closely with local and state public health officials to manage a COVID-19 Staff Outbreak from the week of September 28th, 2020. Currently, three employees remain in active isolation at their homes until negative clearance testing is achieved. To prevent the spread of COVID-19 Universal Source Controls continue daily, facility-wide, terminal cleaning. All employees are screened for COVID-19 symptoms twice daily at Kit Carson County Memorial.

Prowers County Clerk Announcement

Prowers County Election Ballots have now been sent out. The earlier voted ballots are returned, the earlier election night unofficial results can be released. All ballots MUST be in the possession of the Prowers County Clerk no later than 7:00 P.M., November 3, 2020. Ballot status voter verification can be checked on Unofficial election results will be posted Election night, November 3, 2020 after 7:00 p.m., when ballot tabulating is complete. Results will be posted on the Prowers County website at and on the Secretary of State’s website. For election questions, email


Covid Tracking App

A new phone app designed to alert people about possible exposure to COVID-19 is a big hit so far. Colorado COVID-19 advisor Sarah Tuneburg says over half-a-million people have enabled notifications for the app since Sunday. The app uses Bluetooth to share tokens with other phones that have the app. If a user tests positive for COVID-19, they're given a link from public health professionals to notify other people they may have exposed. A user's private information is never accessed at any time.

Pueblo Curfew

Pueblo is now under a two week curfew due to rising coronavirus cases. Mayor Nick Gradisar announced the 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew yesterday saying it's important to slow coronavirus spread and keep businesses open long-term. Pueblo Police Chief Troy Davenport is promising officers will only cite people if they're caught breaking the new two-week curfew. Mayor Nick Gradisar put the 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. curfew in place yesterday in hopes of keeping coronavirus from spreading. Violators could get a fine and/or time in jail if convicted.

Colorado State Patrol DUI and Halloween

Law enforcement agencies statewide will be on heightened alert for potentially impaired drivers over Halloween weekend. A special enforcement period runs through Monday. A total of 250 arrests were made statewide during the same time last year. Colorado State Patrol officials say if consuming alcohol over Halloween weekend is part of your plan, make sure you designate a sober driver.

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