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Monticello hears report about water use, reserves
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Monticello Public Works Director Nathan Langston’s water report was the subject of much interest for a packed house at the September 18 Monticello City Council meeting. 
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Governments making slow progress on CRAs
It may take a while to work out the details, but a new economic development tool may be created for use in San Juan County. A Community Reinvestment Agency (CRA) could allow local business ventures...
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New presidency for Monticello Temple
Dwight Rawlings has been called to serve as the seventh president of the Monticello Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. President Rawlings will begin a three-year term of ser...
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Broncos enjoy success-filled Homecoming week
The origins of Homecoming are a topic that is tightly contested. Harvard and Yale have (informally at first) been inviting alumni back to their respective universities since the 1870’s.
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Homecoming this week at Monticello High School
Homecoming at Monticello Alumni Roundup at MHS Juan Hansen, Class of ‘49, is Alumni Grand Marshal Oleen Hatch is faculty Grand Marshal at MHS
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First issue of paper still provides direction
More than 100 years ago this week, on September 29, 1915, an ambitious young man by the name of Oscar W McConkie published the first issue of the San Juan Record.
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MVHS cross country
The Monument Valley Cougar boys cross country team is hard at work, building momentum for regional and state competitions in coming weeks. Members of the team include (left to right): Coach LeChemi...
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From the September 26, 2018 issue
  • New fees approved at BLM camping sites in the Monticello Field Office
  • Changes to online library
  • Tied to the Post: Choices
  • Cowboy gathering set
  • ‘Round the Region
  • Bluff Arts Festival features new “Taste of Bluff” and expanded entertainment
  • Scholar set to discuss Welsh influence in Bluff
  • Spotted a cougar this year? You are not alone
  • From the Past
  • Letters to the Editor:
    • Attention avid sportsmen
    • Thanks for repair of West Summit Road
    • ‘Straight-party’ voting option confuses many 
    • Local wins “Best of Show” at Utah State Fair
  • Call for 2019 Community Artist in the Parks applications due by October 20
  • Loyal dog stays with injured owner
  • Missionary news
  • Parry’s Power Guide
  • Monticello harriers run well at Pagosa Springs Cross Country Challenge

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A week of San Juan County sports
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MVHS cross country
Sep 25, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend
The Monument Valley Cougar boys cross country team is hard at work, building momentum for regional and state competitions in coming weeks. Members of the team include (left to right): Coach LeChemi...
BLM hosts public meetings in area for draft Bears Ears National Monument Plans, comments will help shape future management of the national monument  
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The Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service will host three public meetings as part of the ongoing land use planning for the Bears Ears National Monument.
Lots of fun for homecoming week at San Juan High
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It’s homecoming week at San Juan High School and although some of the celebration is in the books, there are plenty of events still ahead.
Bears Ears education center opens in Bluff September 22
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No national monument has ever seen more controversy or resulting news coverage than Bears Ears.
Changes to local television
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Abajo Peak television signals will change frequencies on Monday, September 24. Following the change, viewers who receive a television signal from Abajo Peak will need to rescan, and in some instanc...
What is San Juan School District doing to keep students safe?
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Student safety has always been a priority for San Juan School District. Our number one goal is to ensure that students have a safe, welcoming, and healthy environment in which to further their educ...
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