Jason Dunn, trail master for the Turner Ridge Riders, clears fallen trees from the snowmobile trail with an electric chainsaw Friday during the snowstorm in Turner. Credit: Andree Kehn / Sun Journal via AP

Today is Monday. Temperatures will be in the low teens to low 20s from north to south, with strong winds making it feel much colder and sunny skies throughout the state. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.

The latest on the coronavirus in Maine

Twenty-two more Mainers and another 867 coronavirus cases were reported across the state on Saturday, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention. That brings the statewide death toll to 2,064. Check out our tracker for more information.

The Maine CDC will report the latest COVID-19 data from the weekend by 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.

The pandemic is forcing Maine towns to rethink the traditional town meeting

A handful of Maine towns this year could make that traditional gathering a thing of the past.

Maine’s largest cities move quickest to spend tens of millions in COVID-19 aid

That difference may stem from the traditional roles filled by the different levels of government in Maine.

Storied Maine ski resort bets future on reining in high costs of warmer winters

To stay in business, ski resorts have had to make more snow while investing millions of dollars to minimize their environmental impact. That balance will decide the fate of the industry.

Small tribe left out of historic deal with Maine restarts push for more rights

The Mi’kmaq Nation, formerly known as the Aroostook Band of Micmacs, has been treated differently than other tribes in recent agreements with the state.

Bangor motel wants judge to say whether it has to accept homeless guests using vouchers

The judge’s decision could clarify what motels have to do when guests with housing vouchers show up and request a room.

Bangor will see 15 refugees this summer after feds greenlight their resettlement

The new residents will be refugees from countries including the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Somalia, Rwanda, Sudan and Iraq.

As my family in Ukraine braces for bombs, I watch in Maine and cling to hope

“How do you carry grief this heavy? How do you move freely in the world when your mother country is being torn to pieces?”

This Bangor fitness instructor opened her own studio to stand up for Black Mainers

Skye Washington finds joy in helping others be the best version of themselves. So she opened Skyefitness in Bangor.

Farming smarter is keeping Maine’s potato industry alive

Although farm lands for potatoes have shrunk, Maine farmers are working smarter and using new technology to keep the industry alive.

In other Maine news …

Millennials are moving to smaller homes in Maine’s affordable towns

2 South Portland hotels to stop housing homeless following complaints

Rash-causing moth spreading due to warming, scientists find

Pittsfield man killed by police during standoff

Changes eyed for Maine’s child welfare ombudsman program

Casco Bay ferry service to replace vessel with low emission tech

Maine Senate approves plan to expand career and tech education

Bowdoin students will receive free Apple devices in equal access push

UMaine women’s basketball clinches America East regular season title with 12th straight win

Watch the slam dunks, blocks and steals that won Nokomis its 1st regional title