A Colorado restaurant that opened for full service on Mother’s Day in defiance of state rules banning sit-down dining was ordered to close Monday and had its license suspended indefinitely by health officials.
 The Tri-County Health Department said if the owners refuse to comply, further legal action would be taken that could include the revocation of its license.  Douglas County, where the Castle Rock restaurant is located and has a population of 350,000, has had 28 deaths due to the virus, about 3% of the statewide count.