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Kala Parkinson
Position: Journal staff writer

Jury finds Patriots leader Simmons not guilty in harassment trial

District attorney’s office plans to appeal, citing judge’s remarks

Politics and Constitution color Montezuma County Patriot’s harassment trial

Three witnesses called to stand; Patriots organizer Sherry Simmons to testify Friday morning

Mesa Verde luminaria canceled; open house might be rescheduled

Event set for Thursday night canceled but might take place in January or February

Trial to start for Montezuma County Patriots leader charged with harassment

Sherry Simmons was implicated in a Jan. 2 incident involving verbal confrontation between the Patriots and Justice and Peace groups

District attorney’s office files charges against bail bondsman who shot wanted Durango man

Clint Simmons previously was not arrested after telling police he accidentally fired his gun in September altercation

A month to go: Montezuma-Cortez’s four-day calendar survey results released

November survey shows widespread favor for moving to shorter school week

Holiday craft bazaar returns in Dolores

Over 50 artisans showcased their crafts after last year’s event cancellation

Dashing through Cortez in a ... helicopter? Santa surprises at Parade of Lights

This year’s event twice the size of last year’s

Annual Parade of Lights begins, with a special guest

Spoiler alert: Santa will make a surprise arrival this year

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Mancos

Christmas tree lighting and Rudolph Run instill cheer in delighted residents

Native students show downward test scores, dropout rates and discipline at Montezuma-Cortez

Annual report shows weakness in math and SAT scores, but improvement in Advanced Placement classes

Bayfield man suspected of mutilating dog by dragging it behind his car near Cortez

Sheriff: Dustin Edward Martinez refused to have his dog euthanized after a witness took him and his dog to vet