An olive branch to Outdoor Retailer: An editorial from the Salt Lake City Tribune makes a case for the return of the industry’s largest trade show to Utah. [The Salt Lake City Tribune]

A Colorado ski resort to reopen: Arapahoe Basin will resume limited operations for spring skiing this week. [The Denver Post]

The coming spike in camping: As summer begins, camping will likely see a “huge jump in popularity,” spurred by apps and other technology. [GeekWire]

Gear check: Speaking of camping, make sure your gear is in tip-top shape before getting out for the first time this season. [USA Today]

Distancing in the parks: The National Park Service has released a hilarious new series of posters to remind visitors of social distancing rules. [Washingtonian]

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Gateway communities and coronavirus: The towns just outside national parks are economically tied to the parks’ operations. Here’s how those towns have fared in the last few months. [Resources]

Man missing in Illinois: Rescue crews are searching for a man who went missing on the Sangamon River, just outside of Springfield, Monday morning. [FOX Illinois]

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