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Garret Jaros
Position: Herald Staff Writer

Thanksgiving spirit thrives in Durango with community meals

Gratitude was the theme at holiday gatherings open to all

Jury awards victims of Durango bathroom voyeur $3.5 million in damages

Weeklong civil trial accused business owner of invasion of privacy

Warming center offers daytime refuge for houseless in Durango

Church is open two days a week offering food, entertainment, restrooms, recovery coaches and peer support

Thanksgiving dinner at La Plata County Fairgrounds a no-go this year

Manna soup kitchen will step in to serve to-go meals

Gathering at Fort Lewis College discusses homelessness and solutions

Forty-five people attended a panelist Q&A hosted by Durango city councilor

Homeless youths reach out through writing and art at Speak Out! event in Durango

From 2018 through 2022 at least 536 students enrolled in K-12 experienced homelessness in rural Southwest Colorado

Durango business owners hit by predatory lawsuits

Sixteen federal complaints filed by single plaintiff in ruse that’s become old hat to attorneys

Surge in traffic enforcement planned for U.S. Highway 550 day before Thanksgiving

Law enforcement will team up to patrol stretch of road between Durango and Montrose

Durango police are looking for a few good women

Department wants at least 30% of its officers to be female by 2030

Durango police offer tips to avoid theft

Holiday season often comes with an uptick in incidents of porch piracy and valuables looted from vehicles

Weekend crime spree leads to standoff at Durango motel

Man is arrested without incident while woman barricades herself into room at Adobe Inn

La Plata County Judge Anne Woods resigns day after vote to dismiss her

Interim judges will be brought in to handle workload