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Rep. Phil Lyman files $10 million suit against BLM
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Former San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman has filed a $10 million civil lawsuit against the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for its actions related to the 2014 protest in Recapture Canyon.
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High-speed chase suspects captured in Blanding
Two suspects are in the San Juan County Jail facing a combined 12 felony charges and multiple misdemeanors following a high-speed chase between Monticello and Blanding involving four law enforcemen...
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Commission rejects Planning Commission recomendation on Spanish Valley issues
Master planning in Spanish Valley was the major focus of a marathon meeting of the San Juan County Commission on November 19.
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Photo of the Week calendar is ready to keep or give as a gift
Featuring an incredible cover photo of Monument Valley by Alison Yamamato-Sparks, the 2020 San Juan Record Photo of the Week calendar is ready for the new year and the holiday season.
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“It’s a Wonderful Life” this week
The classic heartwarming story of George Bailey is brought to life this week as the Monticello High School drama department presents “It’s A Wonderful Life.”
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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeks comment on sage grouse
The Gunnison sage grouse, an endangered species with a very small population in San Juan County, is the focus of a draft recovery plan recently released by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
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Sacred places
It was early, pre-dawn as I trudged across what remained of the old alfalfa field toward the deer stand in the cottonwood tree along Spring Creek.
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From the November 20, 2019 issue
  • Blanding Council drafts letter regarding proposed tax increase
  • Monticello City Council discusses water report, new council members
  • Higher education programs at USU
  • Bureau of Land Management facilitates electric bike rec opportunities on public lands
  • Nominees announced for Seventh District Court vacancy
  • New study shows negative impact technology has on relationships
  • Dr. Keown honored with lifetime award
  • Letters to the Editor:
    • Thanks from the Nielson family
    • Everyone is disenfranchised
    • Litigation inevitable in Spanish Valley?
    • Concerns about county clerk
  • ‘Round the Region
  • The Bird Scoop: Monticello High School volleyball team produces successful season in 2A classification
  • Monument Valley puts together solid 2019 fall sports season
  • Volleyball team leads the way in Whitehorse 2019 fall sports season
  • Strong season for San Juan girls soccer team
  • San Juan High School volleyball season is worthy of a celebration
  • San Juan cross country coaches proud of team
  • Food Adventures: Sheep and bread
  • Reported black bear incidents in Utah nearly double in 2019 from previous year, at 53 state-wide
  • From the Past

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Sacred places
Nov 19, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 101 101 recommendations | email to a friend
It was early, pre-dawn as I trudged across what remained of the old alfalfa field toward the deer stand in the cottonwood tree along Spring Creek.
The changing classroom in Utah: Why digital teaching matters to students
Nov 12, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 313 313 recommendations | email to a friend
David Long, Superintendent of Beaver County School District, remembers clearly the moment he realized just how powerful a tool technology could be for student learning.
Scouting values are worth living and sharing
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“I was a boy once.” With those words, Lord Robert Baden-Powell of Gilwell launched the Boy Scout movement.
Help document local veterans who paid the ultimate price
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Veterans Day was marked with solemn services and remembrances throughout San Juan County. I love the trend over time of increased efforts to remember and thank veterans for their service.
Whose story is it anyway?
Nov 12, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 225 225 recommendations | email to a friend
Of all the people we work with, Dennis Ross is one of our all-time favorites.
Deep roots for new insurance agent
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Shanna Black is a new insurance agent at Farm Bureau Financial Services. She has worked alongside Wyatt Holyoak since July after earning her insurance license. 
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