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Black Sheep among bars set to close again following governor’s order

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Photo from The Black Sheep's Twitter page.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- Bars and nightclubs are once again being ordered to close to in-person service due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in the state.

Gov. Jared Polis made the announcement Tuesday that the change would begin within the next 48 hours, although he did not specify exactly when they would have to close.

Bars will still be allowed to serve take-out alcohol, and if they serve food and function as restaurants they may remain open as long as they abide by social distancing rules and strict guidelines.

The Black Sheep is a venue/bar in Colorado Springs that was hoping to reopen in the next coming days following extensive remodeling, according to an employee. They even had a plan for a concert lineup to welcome visitors back.

But the Knob Hill-area rock venue says it will no longer be able to do so because they don't offer food.

The announcement comes two weeks after the reopening of bars at 25 percent capacity or up to 50 people.

Colorado Springs / Coronavirus / Health / Health / Local News

Alexis Dominguez

Alexis is a reporter for KRDO and Telemundo Surco. Learn more about Alexis here.

Comments

7 Comments

  1. But but but we keep voting for Democrats, how does his happen?

    See first part of the comment.

  2. this isnt a democrat or republican issue, its a you are the issue. Go vote for your new handler dog.

  3. if the dumpster owned dab lounge stays open through police raids and arrests every 6 months for 5 years, why dont you say F U and do whats best for you and not a psychotic israeli, posing as a us governor. I mean you pol sucker

    1. the cops literally changed the locks and they drilled them out and reopened. Thats what you sheep should be doing, SAYING NO.

  4. Good grief ToeJam. Ramble much? Clearly a homophobe and anti semite!!
    I do hope your walks through the parks are supervised!!!
    Repeat over and over Serenity Now!!!

  5. Just call it a protest and you can do whatever you want with no consequences. Have good mosh pitting!

  6. They could open up and I still wouldn’t go because the people here are too stupid to be trusted.

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