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Kala Parkinson
Position: Journal staff writer

Statewide youth mental health crisis affects Montezuma County

State organizations urge Gov. Polis to allocate $150 million for youth mental health

County worries about potential fire at IronWood mill, requires mitigation before expansion

Approval for on-site housing development postponed until fire mitigation is implemented

Children in Montezuma County getting vaccinated; schools promoting jabs

Vaccination efforts follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention authorization of Pfizer vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11

Russian olives and salt cedars to take a hit in Montezuma County

A county partnership with the Natural Resources Conservation Service will reimburse agricultural landowners for removal and restoration

Towaoc woman suspected in Walmart bomb threat

Police: Woman says she’s ‘going to still do it,’ and hangs up on detective

Cortez police search for driver in suspected drive-by shooting near Big O Tires

Driver and truck unidentified in suspected shooting

Work of Dolores Mountain Quilters on display in Dolores Public Library

A dozen quilters showcased on gallery walls

Veterans Day Parade sees large crowd in Cortez

Hundreds line Montezuma Avenue to honor veterans

First of Dolores mill proposals meets public opposition

Mill to acquire 3-acre parcel of land; neighbors concerned about use

Montezuma County survey gauges public opinion on proposed sales tax

The survey will open Friday, and some residents will receive texts and emails at random

Montezuma-Cortez Middle School to embody wacky Willy Wonka in biggest production in two years

M-CMS excited for biggest production in two years following pandemic

American Legion to host Veterans Day Parade

This year’s event to be larger than last year’s