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Garret Jaros
Position: Herald Staff Writer

Durango crime stats for February remain largely consistent

Vehicle crashes doubled from a year ago as a result of increased snowfall

Injured backcountry skier rescued by Silverton team

Team responds to man with injured hip in Cascade Canyon area

Fort Lewis College graduate brings Native American comedy to Durango

Josh Emerson’s stand-up is loud, funny and riffs on race

Law enforcement seek help in solving 2009 Ignacio homicide

Larry John Fuller, 49, was shot and killed early New Year’s Day

Another atmospheric river is bearing down on Southwest Colorado

Mostly rain expected in Durango, but ski mountains could receive 10 to 20 inches

Soup creates community at Fort Lewis College

Campus Grub Hub Food Pantry and Manna team-up to provide food for students, staff and faculty

Tribe to Durango: Don’t forget about us, your neighbors

Meeting was first time tribal and city councils have come together since February 2020

Earthquake rattles homes in San Juan Mountain communities

Magnitude 3.6 quake with its epicenter near Rico struck about 7 a.m.

Durango takes aim at homeless camps on banks of Animas River

City and police look at cracking down with tougher municipal citations

Durango school bus hits speed bump that jolts students

No injuries reported, but paramedics were called as a precautionary measure

Can eliminating ‘shooter-sized’ bottles of liquor reduce crime in Durango?

Police say ‘minis’ lead to littering, public intoxication and are often seen in DUI arrests

Driver hits boulder from rockfall on Colorado Highway 3

Department of Transportation cautions drivers to be extra careful during freeze-thaw cycle