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Jim Mimiaga
Position: Journal staff writer

Winter storm to hit San Juan Mountains Wednesday

More than a foot of fresh snow expected for high country; Cortez and Durango will get rain, then snow

COVID ends Dove Creek trial of man accused of fatally shooting bowhunter

Three jurors affected; Morosko could be retried within 90 days

Candidates for Montezuma sheriff, Colorado House attend forum in Cortez

San Juan Farm Bureau hosts event attended by 60 citizens

Trial in fatal shooting of bowhunter begins in Dove Creek

Prosecutor focuses on rifle hunter’s mistakes; defender faults investigation

City of Cortez encourages residents to ‘green light a veteran’

Cortez encourages businesses and residents to show support

Morosko trial begins with jury selection Tuesday in Dove Creek

Hunting case involves muzzleloader accused of shooting bowhunter

Fire destroys Dolores home and barn

Electrical issue suspected cause, sheriff says

Two drivers die in collision after one hits deer south of Cortez

Vehicles collide after first one hits deer on U.S. 160

Western tribes march against uranium mill in southeast Utah

Annual march grew over last year; mill owners defend operations as safe

Kokanee salmon will be given away at McPhee and Nighthorse lakes

Strong salmon run recorded on Dolores River; arrive early in line and bring a bucket or cooler

West Fork stocked with Gunnison River rainbow trout

Wild fish strain have a natural resistance to prevalent whirling disease

Utes, enviros prepare for march against White Mesa uranium mill in Utah

Mill owner Energy Fuels announces $1 million community foundation for education, health and economic programs for Native Americans