Faced With Climbing COVID-19 Cases And Tighter Restrictions, A Rural Colorado Hotspot Splinters Over What Should ChangeIn some ways, Logan County has been Colorado’s canary in the COVID-19 coal mine. It was home to one of the earliest, large-scale outbreaks. Then, months later, it was the first to move back on the state’s public health restriction “dial.” Now, it's one of 15 counties that have moved to the state’s new stricter, but pre-lockdown level. Area residents say living in a hotspot can be scary, stressful and divisive.
Nancy Miller misses going on walks with her older sister Diane Henderson. Henderson is 82 and has Alzheimer's disease and dementia."I went a lot to visit…