Summit Daily’s top stories of the day |

Summit Daily’s top stories of the day

Summit Daily staff
Giovani Castillo Rivera, 4, of Dillon, plays in a preschool classroom at Dillon Valley Elementary Friday, April 4. The 2015 Kids Count survey highlights the high cost of child care in Summit County as well as slight increases in child poverty and the child uninsured rate. The county was ranked No. 9 in the state for overall child well-being.
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The top stories of the day for the Monday, March 30 edition of the Summit Daily news.

Child poverty up slighting in Summit County amid statewide decrease

Colorado State University offers country’s first online ski area management certificate

Community solar comes of age across Colorado and the West

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