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Commission approves five resolutions, delays suit
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During more than four hours of often contentious meetings on April 16, the San Juan County Commission passed five resolutions. Commissioners unanimously approved two resolutions regarding employmen...
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San Juan County auditor says the county is “in good financial shape”
“Overall, I would say the county is in good financial shape,” said San Juan County Auditor John Fellmeth in a report to County Commissioners on April 16. “So far, we have not had any major or unexp...
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San Juan teachers among the state’s top earners
San Juan School District teachers are some of the top earning teachers in the state. Surprised? That’s according to a report from the Utah Foundation, an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit researc...
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The new Silver Queen Miniature Golf Course is a vibrant visual experience
“You have to see it.” That’s the best way to describe the new Silver Queen Mine Miniature Golf Course that opened at the Monticello Merc last week.
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Representatives appointed to Bears Ears Nt’l Monument Advisory Committee
Fifteen individuals are now officially part of the initial Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Bears Ears National Monument Advisory Committee (BENMAC).
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Tensions high as residents comment at meeting
Monticello resident Kim Henderson was on the agenda during the work session of the April 16 meeting of the San Juan County Commission.
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Snowpack benefits Colorado River operations
The plentiful snowpack of the past winter will benefit the Colorado River Basin through increased runoff to crucial reservoirs, according to a Bureau of Reclamation study released on April 15.
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From the April 24, 2019 issue
  • Desert Rivers Credit Union opens new Blanding branch this week
  • From the Past
  • Edge of the Cedars State Park to host “Archaeology Day”
  • Letters to the Editor:
    • Who are the Commissioners working for?
    • “Laughably ironic”
  • Teaching children to save
  • ‘Round the Region
  • Tied to the Post: Fly if you might
  • West Point appointment
  • Wedding announced
  • The Round-up: Broncos grab pair of wins
  • The Bird Scoop: Buckaroo baseball starts stretch run

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A week of San Juan County sports
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SJHS, WHS and MHS basketball photos

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Snowpack benefits Colorado River operations
Apr 23, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 23 23 recommendations | email to a friend
The plentiful snowpack of the past winter will benefit the Colorado River Basin through increased runoff to crucial reservoirs, according to a Bureau of Reclamation study released on April 15.
Development in Spanish Valley may be halted
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A six-month moratorium on commercial development in Spanish Valley may be put in place by the San Juan County Commission.
Local services set to celebrate Easter season
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Many fun and uplifting activities are planned for the upcoming Easter holiday. The first Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by San Juan High School National Honor Society and Blanding City Council, will be...
Monticello City Council sets water rates, addresses police department issues
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Some may believe that Monticello is out of the woods when it comes to water after an impressively wet winter. But that’s still not quite the case.
Blanding City Council considers CRA policy revision
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During an animated Blanding City Council and Community Reinvestment Agency (CRA) meeting on April 9, council members discussed revising current CRA policies regarding the use of funds.
Local students compete in USU Eastern art show
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More than 150 art students from the San Juan School District competed with 163 entries in the 2019 art show hosted by Utah State University – Blanding Campus. 
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